Hits and Misses

Can mag-article-largerobots replace doctors? HT: Tyler

Yglesias: the case against dividends. (Interesting throughout)

Claims of virgin births in U.S. near 1 percent.

Marijuana use mimics schizophrenia in your brain.

There is no such thing as a Styrofoam cup.

Ronald Reagan’s “welfare queen”: She really existed and she was worse than even Reagan believed.

Health Wonk Review is up.

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  1. Leah says:

    These are always enjoyable.

  2. Floccina says:

    Retained earnings are often invested poorly, companies often buy back stocks at the worst times so it takes more trust than I have to make me against dividend. In fact I love dividends and especially divided growing companies.

  3. Perry says:

    “Can robots replace doctors?”

    They sure won’t complain about the Sustainable Growth Rate.

  4. Leah says:

    Loved “There is no Such Thing as a Styrofoam Cup.” Interesting article.

  5. Leah says:

    “Claims of virgin births in U.S. near 1 percent.” I’m liking the creative ways to avoid divorce.

  6. Hersh says:

    “Marijuana use mimics schizophrenia in your brain.”

    Yet another reason to avoid drugs.

  7. Grandy says:

    “Claims of virgin births in U.S. near 1 percent.”

    These women are part of the electorate. Food for thought.

  8. Suzanne says:

    Hm. “Ronald Reagan’s welfare queen” is definitely worth the read.

  9. Floccina says:

    “Claims of virgin births in U.S. near 1 percent.”

    “Marijuana use mimics schizophrenia in your brain.”

    That explains that.