Some Links

  1. The evolution of Deepika Padukone. Interesting throughout.
  2. My latest at Sweet Talk Conversation, on hermeneutics. Adam Gurri provides additional context.
  3. David Henderson lauds Barack Obama. I would guess that this sort of politicking requires a great deal of experience, which explains why Obama failed to take advantage of similar opportunities in earlier diplomacy with the despots of Africa and Latin America.
  4. Catherine Rampell on the soda tax, or as I have called it, making it illegal to be fat.
  5. They were also discussing the ramifications of fat-versus-skinny on the Jason Ellis Show yesterday. I was going to link to it, but his show archives are only current up to February 6th. Watch that space for the 3/23/2016 show, and you'll be able to see how it dovetails nicely with link #4, above.
  6. I need to write something about this totally awesome article on running form, but I haven't figured out how to say it better than she already said it. Read it now!
Bonus content! Here's some video footage I took of the storm cell that rolled in on me last night, with some commentary. Later on, the weather radar detected circular motion in the clouds and we had to take cover, but luckily it was a small storm that passed by uneventfully.

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