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Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Sunspots 168


Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:




Humor:
The Onion reports that 98% of US commuters favor public transportation -- for other people.

Science:
Slate, on the supposed health benefits of Dannon's yogurt, and its imitators.

Slate, analyzing the differences between the way men and women think -- there are some, but there's not nearly as much as some people would have you believe.


Politics:
The Spanish parliament is expected to declare that animals have rights. William Saletan has some thoughts about that, in Slate.


Sports:
When their contracts are completed, National Basketball Association players become free agents. Charley Rosen, of Fox Sports, has a cynical view of some of the newly available players: " Anybody out there looking for a soft, athletic, outside shooter who can't guard a fire hydrant?"








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