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Sunday, June 26, 2005

Sunday Reading

Some opinions. It seems evident that the tone is changing and finally, though I hope this isn’t simply a case of seeing through wishful eyes, it appears that harder questions are being asked of this administration:

For the birds. I wonder if stories two and three are related?

Why we teach those boring classes on statistics and probability:

Attack of the robo lobsters

Machines really do mimic life:

Home prices, Oil Prices, Saving, China, and the Fed:

You guessed it. Social Security:

Serious story:

And, on the environmental front:

They probably should have let this guy finish his bong hit:

And finally, since it's time for summer reruns to begin, I thought I'd start the season off with an animation from Lee A. Arnold on Social Security.  If you missed it the first time around, take a look:

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