This week’s poem of the week is Locksley Hall.
A rant bashing feminists who don’t like infrastructure projects is this week’s rant of the week.
An explanation of why writing novels is an old man’s game is this week’s essay of the week.
This study reported on Discovery.com says that pigeons can be trained to pick out art their handlers think is good.
I think this is excellent news. Now we can put pigeons in school and let the kids run around in the park, and everyone will be better off. The kids can learn better things than mimickery and the pigeons can do as they are told.
Citi has stopped accepting mortgage applications from mortgage bankers. Among the issues is appraisals which is supposedly the issue that is stooping the sale of a house near us.
You have to be careful of people who think that history cycles. A circle comes back to where it started. A swirl, on the other hand, has a beginning and an end. But a circle and a swirl are very similar so a description of one can greatly resemble the other.
This week’s poem of the week is Waiting for the Barbarians. One would imagine that it loses something being translated into English, but there are only so many good English poets.
This week’s rant of the week is Thanks, Google.
This week’s essay of the week is Treasury’s Got Bill Gross on Speed Dial.
This law only applies if you are small. The ironic part is that it was meant to help the little guy.
Still looking for that magic cure. How is this going to fix the fact that they are an aging nation?