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Monthly Archives: May 2010
Good news! Drinking coffee can help prevent neurodegenerative diseases. As an avid coffee drinker (an average of 3 cups per day), I can’t help but get excited over the news: Granted, I do have caffeine pills for when I don’t … Continue reading
In honor of Memorial Day last year, Will Wilkinson posted this scene from The Americanization of Emily. I’m posting again this year because the message is so important. I apologize for the break, but watch both clips; the entire scene … Continue reading
Massimo Pigliucci wonders why libertarians, on average, deny climate change at a higher rate than others. I’ve had my disagreements with Pigliucci in the past, in which I’ve been mostly irritated by his strong assertions about economics, despite his apparent … Continue reading
I was walking around Dupont Circle on Saturday, and coincidentally saw a protest against Arizona’s recent tyrannical immigration bill. I was in good position to capture a short clip of the march.
Purposefully got started nice and early this week in preparation for back to back burrito nights for an already packed week with a “Southern Gentleman” visiting. This visit was in fact planned so much on the fly, that Aaron had … Continue reading
I owe Xeni Jardin an apology.
I once lived in Adam’s Morgan. It was at once fun (brunches, bikes, good beers, North Sea Carryout [which delivers beer, wine and Nelly’s Pimp Juice]) and awful (I got hit by a car on my bike, saw a kid … Continue reading
Thanks to all the men and women who’ve served.
I’ve found some wonderful things about Nelly’s Pimp Juice, hip-hop’s #1 energy drink. For starters, it was inspired by this song (below) by Nelly, who co-owns the drink. You can buy PJ Tight for a low-carb alternative, or go grape with … Continue reading