THE NEW FORTY What about men and grandfathers?
I think I am a fairly reasonable person most days, but then there are the days when I am not. This is one of the "not" days.
Today, I really must take issue with The Lakeside Collection catalog. I wa... Posted on 4/21/13 at 10:38 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
There has been much talk recently of airborne drones and the
possibility of loss of privacy due to their use. Lisa and I have
recently been under intense surveillance, not by dron... Posted on 3/15/13 at 5:30 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Mr. Smith Stays out of Washington
Tired-of-Being-Youngest is attending culinary school, which I assure you is just as delicious as it sounds. I can't wait until spring quarter, when she studies Baking and Pastries, and am sure that I ... Posted on 11/15/12 at 12:33 PM
At every income level, sometimes nearly twice as much The study offered several factors the researchers thought contributed to the growing generosity of women: More women are working and their incomes have grown, more have college degrees that yield greater earning power, and the percentage of women who make more money than their working husbands is now about 26 percent.
"The Men Who Stare at Goats" — A fun tone is undermined by disjointed storytelling in George Clooney and producing partner Grant Heslov's romp based on Jon Ronson's amusing nonfiction book about the U.S. military's research into psychic warfare and espionage.
'This is a great app for men, horrible app for women' PepsiCo Inc. is facing criticism for an iPhone application that promises to help men "score" with two dozen stereotypes of women by giving users pickup lines and a scoreboard to keep track of their conquests.
About 1 percent of people are born with some kind of sexual ambiguity, sometimes referred to as intersexuality. These people may have the physical characteristics of both genders, a chromosomal disorder, or simply have ambiguous features. People who have both male and female organs are hermaphrodites.
Go to any museum and there will be men and women admiring paintings and sculpture. But it turns out they are thinking about the sight differently.
Men process beauty on the right side of their brains, while women use their whole brain to do the job, researchers report in today’s electronic edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. They even explain it differently.
Jeremy Abbott’s “awful” day turned out pretty well.
Abbott won his first title at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Sunday, ending the five-year stranglehold that Evan Lysacek and Johnny Weir have had on the top spot. It’s the second major title in as many months for Abbott, who won the Grand Prix final in December.
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