I spend too much time arguing with econ students on the internet.
#Oversharing #WillAnxiouslyDeleteInThreeHours #oops
November 1st 2017 marks exactly a year from when I started taking working out seriously again. Personal documentation of the numbers I want to hit and believe is achievable if I keep up the current effort. Weights in KG because I’m living in New Zealand; bodyweight in lbs for easier comparison to my starting weight,… Continue reading Workout Goals By 1st November
There are two related topics making the rounds on social media: fake news and ‘post-truth,’ Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year. In fake news Clinton supporters have found another scapegoat – in addition to self-hating women, racists, misogynists, white supremacists, stupidity, Islamophobes, etc – for their emotionally devastating loss to orangutan-elect Donald Trump, and the dictionary’s… Continue reading Fake News & Post-truth
So remember: We ought never to bear a grudge against people, ought never to judge them by some memory of an unkind action, for we do not know all the good that, at other moments, their hearts may have seriously desired and realised.