David Freidman on why the debt limit has no effect on the government’s ability to make Social Security payments.
Can knees predict the weather?
Michelle Rhee’s teacher evaluation program actually worked.
Mosquito found with 46 million year old blood; but alas, animal DNA (unlike the premise of Jurassic Park) can’t survive inside fossilized insects.
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“David Freidman on why the debt limit has no effect on the government’s ability to make Social Security payments.”
Too bad it’s a lot easier just to use scare tactics than explain how that works.
“Take a pain reliever or anti-inflammatory in advance if a storm or cold weather is forecast.”
Do we really need to be advocating this?
I believe so. I take an aspirin daily, helps with my heart health
Maybe that line was given to doctors to say about aspirin.
Though, what does it hurt? I’m not saying that taking an aspirin a day is bad, but usually there are latent consequences with these type things.
“Mosquito found with 46 million year old blood; but alas, animal DNA (unlike the premise of Jurassic Park) can’t survive inside fossilized insects.”
I feel like I’ve been lied to. What good is it?
I want to believe
“Michelle Rhee’s teacher evaluation program actually worked.”
Of course teachers matter, but don’t let this fool you into thinking we need to just throw money at teachers.
“Can knees predict the weather?”
Ummm… yes. Haven’t old people been saying this forever?
The majority of people opposed to teacher evaluations are in fact the teacher unions.
Exactly. Performance based pay is a great idea. Impediments to quality education nearly exclusively come from the left.
That’s an old wives’ tale. Whenever the pressure changes, people with injuries or arthritis experience pain. You could get better predictive power by watching a barometer. If the barometric pressure is falling, expect bad weather and pain!
? So, you are saying that knees can predict the weather.
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