I haven't read it, but several reviews I've seen really like Daltrey's new book.
Neil is quoted as saying, "I wrote a lot of songs when I couldn't talk."
A lovely story. (Link courtesy of my older daughter.)
"The same taste receptors found on the tongue are in the stomach, intestines and elsewhere, too. What are they doing there? Well, a lot."
"Your DNA determines whether you're an introvert or an extrovert — here's how to tell which one you are"
I'd quibble that "determines" is too strong. Like most of the genetically "determined" characteristics what you inherit can give you a strong tendency, but DNA--in most cases again--doesn't dictate what you are 100%.
But that's just a quibble. It's quite interesting nonetheless.
And apparently there are at least some folks who take offense if you suggest that it is.
"The Dunning-Kruger Effect Shows Why Some People Think They're Great Even When Their Work Is Terrible"
"If you’ve ever dealt with someone whose performance stinks, and they’re not only clueless that their performance stinks but they’re confident that their performance is good, you likely saw the Dunning-Kruger Effect in action."
School choice definitely seems to be a winning issue for conservatives.
There's no indication that it will work for most sufferers, but it could be worth trying.