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Jay Lake
Date: 2011-08-13 06:46
Subject: [links] Link salad limbos into Saturday
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The quest to build the perfect lie detector — Getting all twenty-first century on your ass. (Via David Goldman.)

Desperate to drink, West Texas turns to wastewater — Dune, baby.

Are Your Co-Workers Killing You? — Ah, stress.

New NASA moon rocket could cost $38 billion

Gallup Report on Muslim American Political/Social Engagement

Rick Perry’s Unanswered Prayers — (Via David Goldman.)

Anti-Gay Marriage State Rep. Accused Of Offering Young Male Money ‘For A Really Good Time’ — Once again, the justly famed moral leadership of the American Right is manifest.

I should have picked Hillary over Obama

?otD: How low can you go?


8/13/2011
Writing time yesterday: 1.25 hours (2,800 words on Sunspin)
Body movement: Park walking to come
Hours slept: 8.5 hours (solid)
Weight: 228.2
Currently reading: Tongues of Serpents by Naomi Novik

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Redbendad
User: redbendad
Date: 2011-08-13 16:29 (UTC)
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Jay, you are a springboard to many interesting subjects. And a writer friend of mine is gaining knowledge from you about the writing and publishing processes.

So, thanks. I enjoy you.

Here's to your impending good health.

Redbendad
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Jay Lake
User: jaylake
Date: 2011-08-13 17:55 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
Thank you. On several counts.
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scarlettina: Reality Check
User: scarlettina
Date: 2011-08-13 17:45 (UTC)
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Keyword:Reality Check
Interesting column about Obama-buyer's remorse. I voted for Hillary in the primaries--or rather, I should say I caucused in her favor. When Obama took it, I got behind him with equal amounts of enthusiasm and practicality. I knew that when he said he'd have us out of Iraq and Afghanistan quickly, that it was an unrealistic promise. I hoped he'd keep his word about stem cell research and health care reform. As for the rest, well, the election was a fait accompli. I'd take whatever came--no choice really. I've supported this president, but at this point? I'm just tired. I think the columnist may be right.
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