by baldilocks Ever since I’ve returned to the USA from Kenya, I’ve had people ask me how I feel. The answer is “better,” but I’ve struggled to find the words to describe what “better” means in this context. And, as you’ve probably guessed by now, struggling to find the words to describe something is unusual … Continue reading Kenya Trip: Post Feelies
There is an old saying that the Definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over and expect a different result. On Friday Night that Yankees with two bases open in the bottom of the 8th of a tied game choose to pitch to David Ortiz Yes you read that right David … Continue reading David Ortiz and the Definition of Insanity or ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
Three years ago Gallup talked about median income both household and per-capita worldwide: The median annual household income worldwide is $9,733, and the median per-capita household income is $2,920, according to new Gallup metrics. Vast differences between more economically developed countries and those with developing or transitional economies illustrate how dramatically spending power varies worldwide. … Continue reading An Obvious Point that “Oppressed” college students are missing