Unexplained: why they're stacked so close.
Increase the launch angle.
Link via my older daughter.
There must be an "Amelia" in popular culture that I don't know about.
I didn't know, but then I didn't grow up in Cleveland.
With videos of eight of the favorite U2 songs of Pittsburgh musicians.
A better title might be "Tips for succeeding in the Scripps National Spelling Bee".
A crisp summary of the purposes of lines such as "It is what it is" and "It ain't over 'til it's over".
James Holmes, Professor of Strategy at the Naval War College, summarizes an important lesson of the battle like so: "A devil’s advocate is a precious commodity."
Worth remembering for decision-makers in all fields.
A small puzzle: there are nearly six times as many entries for kindergarten as there are for 12th grade. Supply or demand or both?
I can believe it. Big problems, like those depicted on the show, don't get fixed overnight.