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Jay Lake
Date: 2010-11-10 05:24
Subject: [links] Link salad wakes up at home
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Tags:art, books, cool, culture, family, links, personal, politics, religion, reviews, science, travel, trial
A reader reacts to Trial of Flowers — They liked it.

Transracial Adoption Leads to Stares: How One Mother Deals — We really haven't had much of this in my family. (Via lt260.)

Bodyworld: the Artography of Fernando Vicente — A cool piece from Strange Maps.

Being Suicidal: What it feels like to want to kill yourself — Fascinating (and lengthy) article. (Via David Goldman.)

GMOs and Mother Nature? Closer Than You Think — Interesting but unsurprising.

The One-Way Speed of Light ConundrumThere's no dispute over the constancy of the speed of light when measured over a round trip. But what of its speed over a one-way trip?

Airports cash in on terror checks — My, isn't this special. (Via danjite.)

Energy Committee Chairman Candidate Says God Promised no More Catastrophic Climate Change after Noah — Mmm, more conservative thought leadership. Just because you believe it doesn't mean it's true.

?otD: What would you eat today if you could have anything?




11/10/2010
Writing time yesterday: 5.0 hours (8,800 new words, to 43,000 words on Kalimpura, plus WRPA)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 8.0 hours (interrupted)
This morning's weigh-in: 246.0
Yesterday's chemo/post-op stress index: 2/10 (fatigue, peripheral neuropathy, emotional distress)
Currently reading: Between books

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jimvanpelt
User: jimvanpelt
Date: 2010-11-10 14:16 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
On the Airports cashing in on terror checks, I realize now that there's a whole industry out there of inconveniences that are put upon us, and then ways to buy your way out of the problem. How interesting.
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coreolis
User: curiositist
Date: 2010-11-10 18:43 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
What would I eat? I think I'm making my mom's baked mac and cheese for dinner. It's time for some comfort.

Also, in case you don't hear it enough - thank you for the links you post. They always make me think, and often make me wonder in the best of ways.
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Jay Lake
User: jaylake
Date: 2010-11-10 19:25 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Thank you for the kind words... :)

And I say 'mmm' on mac and cheese.
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barbarienne
User: barbarienne
Date: 2010-11-10 19:50 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
What would you eat today if you could have anything?

-->Today I had a mad craving for a McRib, which I haven't had in at least a decade. So I had one. It was tasty, but not as good as I remember. So I won't need to have another one for a decade.

I am also craving Bottle Caps. These are hard to come by. Every shop for miles around has all the other sugary Wonka candies--SweeTarts, Spree, Nerds--but no Bottle Caps. It is a tragedy.
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Danny Adams
User: madwriter
Date: 2010-11-11 20:53 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
>>Energy Committee Chairman Candidate Says God Promised no More Catastrophic Climate Change after Noah<<

Well, his reading of the story isn't quite what the Bible says. But I'd bet a lot that he actually hasn't read Genesis all the way through, anyway.
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alumiere
User: alumiere
Date: 2010-11-12 21:09 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
All my grandmothers greek dishes - dolmades (no lemon sauce, fresh leaves, good steak), keftedes, string beans with tomato, village salad from the garden - and homemade apple pie for desert.
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