Why do we go gray after stress? Linkages between nerves and stem cells in our hair follicles! This happened to me in the month before my dissertation: I got gray in my beard. So strange.
I am not an economist, but I think this talk articulates important issues. Larger cohorts have a strange weight in democracies.
ha ha happy new year pic.twitter.com/29c2r0hrBk
— Gregor Czaykowski (@LoadingArtist) January 22, 2020
The Bloggess always makes me laugh. Her advocacy against mental illness stigma is a real service.
Ze Frank is a treasure. “This puffin got some stuffin’ for your puffin muffin.” Warning: Boobys (not boobies, SFW).
Off-Topic of everything, but I thought this would really work, and it DOES.
I saw a spider once with all of her babies on her back crawling around, I wondered what kind it was, turns out only one spider does this https://t.co/jbgTSoAKDX
— Kate Beaton (@beatonna) January 21, 2020
I know most folks will be horrified, but I think it’s really cute. What a good spider mom.
It made me think about Lucas. What a cute spider.
Toxoplasmosis is a parasite – a literal brain worm – that changes mouse behavior. It probably also changes human behavior. We catch it from cats. I find this very disturbing. Here’s a picture of my cat. He stares at this corner sometimes for no apparent reason and then makes sounds like he’s possessed. I hope it’s not brain worms.
New comic! “Idiot Proof” pic.twitter.com/eUu37gbM3i
— Bill Amend (@billamend) January 19, 2020
I relate big time to this. I generally avoid Facebook on account of this sentiment. It’s best.