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Lady in red, get away from my man: Women see red when other women wear it
Fri Jul 11, 2014
While this may be true, the experiment isn't really useful. Wearing red may be a visual, rather than a verbal communication, but it's hardly a subconscious symbol. Red is explicitly a symbol of sexuality in our culture, so interpreting an experiment like this to mean that the color has s …
Reading Rainbow 'crushed' record for most Kickstarter backers
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Seth McFarlane keeps surprising and impressing me. Regardless of whether he's a good artist (I'm not in his target audience, I've decided), he seems like a good man, and that's more important.
NRA: Stalkers deserve guns, too
Thu Jun 26, 2014
In reply to: Jason Swartz #4.3 They don't protect the Constitution, only the Second Amendment. The Constitution was never a perfect document, hence the amendments. By refusing to allow consideration of any position other than an absolute right to the possession of instruments of de …
Is New York the next battleground over teacher tenure?
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Tenure is problematic, but so is the lack of protection teachers have when it is not available. Teaching what is currently, locally, politically correct may not provide the best education for a child, whether it's intelligent design in Texas, or fear of vaccinations in California. A teac …
One year after Shelby County ruling, voting rights are in danger
Mon Jun 23, 2014
At present, our elections are far more skewed by people who are citizens whose votes are stymied, than by people voting who should not be, according to reports. It's foolish to work on the less pressing issue first, but, I will admit that, if everything else were equal, there would be a reason to co …
Texas Democrats: Republican policy platform is 'disgusting'
Thu Jun 19, 2014
In reply to: chris schene #17.28 Granted, we have to take a third or fourth generation translation of the Apostle's word on what Jesus said to them privately. And, of course, nobody wrote down for another thirty to forty years. I'm sure there's no way anyone along the way might have misr …
Cheneys pen blistering op-ed on Obama's Iraq policy
Wed Jun 25, 2014
In reply to: Bamasense #24 I can only guess that it is because he has far better advisers now than he did as president.
Colorado is ahead of the curve on reducing carbon emissions
Mon Jun 16, 2014
In reply to: archangel2866 #3 That depends on how you define the economic mission of the states. If by booming you mean lots of money coming in to a very small percentage of a state's citizens, then some states are doing very well. If you mean creating the kinds of jobs that allow people …
Raise Taxes to Fix the Wealth Gap, Millionaires Say - NBC News
Tue May 6, 2014
One problem with all of these polls and studies is that they start from the wrong place: the individual's tax liability. So long as you anchor the discussion on taxes rather than a discussion of the value of the benefits that could be purchased with that money, people eon't make decision …
NCAA Prez: Unionizing student athletes is wrong
Mon Mar 31, 2014
In reply to: zj12 #10.1 It's hard to say how many athletes suffer serious injuries, because many of the injuries that college players face don't become burdensome for years. Furthermore, the macho, "play through the pain" attitude so common among young adult males means even fewer are reported …
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