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Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Sunspots 443

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

The Arts: A photo of an amazing lavatory (two washbasins and a mirror) in a German railroad station, if I understand the description. There's a small cross on the wall, too.

Christianity: Why marriage isn't for you.

Politics: "Republicans seem unin­terested in governing, Democrats seem incapable of it." - Michael Gerson, columnist.

(Sort of -- it's really about leading a church board) Ken Schenck discusses Persuasive versus Coercive Leadership.

Science: One of my Flickr contacts tells us, with a photo, that some monarch butterflies migrate to California for the winter.

National Public Radio on why you might want to have your gut bacteria analyzed, and why you might not. (It can be done, fairly cheaply.)

Sports: Kenyans are great long-distance runners. Actually, it's one tribe of Kenyans, according to a report by National Public Radio, which explores the question of why this is so.

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FancyHorse said...

That lavatory is amazing! It might make me dizzy!

I saw that article about marriage somewhere else; I think someone on Facebook posted it. It's good.

Martin LaBar said...

Thanks, FancyHorse. I felt that way, too, about the lavatory, but it's beautiful, in its way.

The marriage article has been around.