An absolute gem. (2.5 minute video.)
Who would have thought today's designers would borrow from the infamous Pontiac Aztek?
I thought what the heck, but it sounds real.
Unsurprising to an economist at least: if it's good, it will sooner or later get crowded.
Yet another famous findng in social psychology seemingly bites the dust.
If you like the title pun, you'll probably like the paper. By John Whitehead and two other Appalachian State economists.
As Glenn Reynolds writes, "They chose . . . poorly." (2019 market cap of Google: over $700 billion.)
That it was even necessary to pass Right to Try is simply nuts.
Before Right to Try became national law, Harp spent four years without treatment options. “It took President Trump going to Washington to be able to get that [more treatment options] for me.”
After two rounds of aggressive chemotherapy were unable to stop her cancer, she tried opioids, medical marijuana and barbiturates, but could not find relief from her pain. She was counseled to stop eating and drinking. To die with dignity. (VSED).
Not "privileged" kids: 90% of the students qualify for free lunch.
Still more: 'The secret of Eva Moskowitz’s Success Academy".