My wife’s identity did not change when we moved eastward.
The backstory of Dukes of Hazzard, another reluctant CBS hit from yesteryear.
In which Will Truman weakly defends the cretin who took inappropriate pictures of Thad Cochran’s wife and men who text pictures of their penises to women.
Chris McDaniel is a sore loser. So is this guy, but I give him points for creativity.
Links! This week: Labor, Markets, Crime, Republicans, Transportation, Healthcare, Ukraine, and America!
A look at American and British satire.
When you have nowhere else to go, maybe you can go to North Dakota.
Capitalism sucks, and it’s time your kids knew that.
I have a question about an odd road sign I saw in Northern Virginia. If you’re from the area, or you’re not, maybe you can help me decipher it.
This week: Immigration, Fatherhood, Weapons, Transportation, Markets, Education & Government!
This is sort of symposium-related, though I won’t tag it as such because it’s mostly of a personal nature.
We expect more from parents than we used to. This is not necessarily and completely a good thing.
Downvotes and the down side to comment democratization
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Education, Gender, Office, Space, Nicotine, and North Dakota!
I have a post that’s going to be involve (though not really be about) Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. I figured before I did that, I would write a bit about the book more generally.
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Transportation, Settlement, Family, Resources, Culture, America, and the World!
Links! Click on them and go places! Labor, Germany, Politics, Family, Regulation, Politics, and Technology!
You can only treat employees like cogs when your company works like clockwork.
Your Interstates may start coming with more toll stations. Because roads, it seems, need to be paid for.
A norovirus visited the Himmelreich-Truman household, and Trumwill learned much. Like what oral hydration solution is, and what it’s like to be in an ER.
Here is a list of states. You tell me what it means.
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: College, Labor, Entertainment, Japan, and America!
Whatever happened to AIM? It died, that’s what.
The UAW dropped its complaints with regard to the controversial labor vote in Tennessee.
The EU plans to solve the problem of incompatible phone and radio device chargers. Except that the problem has mostly solved itself.
The Algorithmic vs Intuitional Math cagematch!
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Space, Energy, Science Multiculturalism, Labor, Relationships, and Smoking!
The FDA finally moves on eCigarettes. Trumwill gives the rundown of what they got right and what they got wrong.
For some reason, the health folks and the government thought that changing the cigarette labeling would thwart smokers’ desire for light cigarettes. They were wrong.
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Wildlife, Settlement, Athletics, Regulation, Psychology, Europe, Crime, Lifestyle, and Healthcare
There was a time when it mattered what smartphone people chose. That time has passed.
The airline ticket is $450. Assuming that you want to sit 27B. Anything else is premium seating. Pick a seat and we’ll tell you how much it is going to cost.
Koichi Toyama ran for the Governor of Tokyo on a very unusual platform, starting off by saying that the nation is horrible and he has no interest whatsoever in political reform or any kind of reform. The nation, he states, must be destroyed. He also planned a run for the US presidency in 2008…
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Government, Health Care, Environment, America, and World. And videos!
First it was the smoking itself. Second being around others smoking. Third is being around people who have smoked. Fourth, maybe, is the seeing of people smoking. If the degree of risk required to justify action is non-zero or somewhere around there, where exactly is the bottom of this slope?
The populace of some states have more faith in their state government than others. Why?