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Great Recession will haunt millions into their retirement years, study finds
Thu May 16, 2013
I've found it very difficult to save money from a job that evaporated in the early days of the recession. After leaving a job in financial services over the questionable practices I was being asked to sign off on, I decided to change careers to something that didn't make me feel guilty by associatio …
Pediatricians take on gun lobby – carefully
Mon May 13, 2013
I'm not certain where your statistics come from, since you don't offer a citation, but I feel fairly confident that doctors save far more lives each years than good guys with guns, and I'd be surprised if it wasn't by several orders of magnitude greater than those who die as a result of their errors …
'We should never give up hope': 5 other missing-child stories with happy endings
Tue May 7, 2013
If restrained, raped repeatedly, starved and kept from seeing daylight for a decade or more is how you define a "happy ending," then I hope each of the perpetrators you list get to live your kind of "happy ending" for the rest of their days.
Today's teens more materialistic, less likely to work hard, study says
Thu May 2, 2013
I would argue that the accessibility of images and information regarding people several standard deviations away from the norm through the development of media and entertainment over the course of the twentieth century is a significant contributor to the unrealistic world views many people have toda …
iOS 7 likely to bring big changes to iPhone, iPad — but when will it launch?
Wed May 1, 2013
So Apple is aping Windows and Android, now? Following is not why Apple enthusiasts pay a premium for their products. Invalidating the time they've invested in familiarizing themselves with the existing interface is a form of betrayal that they may come to regret. Developers should learn to lea …
Diabetes team finds new hormone that could transform care
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Why only the friends with type 1 diabetes? Are your friends with type 2 all terrible people, or are you under the impression that people with type 2 diabetes deserve what they get? Diabetes makes it so a person's cells are starved for energy. The fuel they send them can't be used, so the cells keep …
Super-rich aren't just luckier, they may be smarter too, study says
Fri Apr 12, 2013
So, you could equally well have titled this article, "People who build networks through elite colleges more likely to become billionaires." Suggesting that there is a high correlation between being in the 1% intellectually and becoming a billionaire, while possibly true, could not be proven in any m …
How important is a college 'pedigree?'
Fri Mar 15, 2013
Who is more likely to be innovative: the legacy student from an Ivy League school, who got in because a stadium is named after their grandfather, or the guy who went to the second best school in their state, because that was the one he could afford, but who was the first person in his family to get …
Vote: Was Pope Francis a good choice?
Wed Mar 13, 2013
While he's not as open minded as I would have liked on issues regarding modern views on gender and sexuality, he is a larger step to the left than I expected. He seems to be actively compassionate, whereas compassion always seemed more like an academic exercise to Benedict.
Apple TV would give investors an 'important signal' on future innovation
Thu Jan 24, 2013
A decrease in stock price is not, strictly speaking an indictment of the company, so much as it's an evaluation of the previous periods predictions.
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