In a brilliant scientific move, my almost four year old daughter learned (after cleaning out the kitty litter) that cat poop is skwushy. Thankfully, she found this out when it was in the bag, but I made her wash her hands anyways.
Also in the world of science, I learned that haggis isn't really half bad. It's just that anything to do with organ meats grosses us modern Americans out. I crumbled it into a skillet with some potatoes & fried it. Yum!
No melamine involved!
And for a spiritual thought on our nation's financial troubles, read the book of Haggai. Israel was punished with poor crops for its failure to bring the full tithe to the priests; I have to wonder if a great part of our nation's current distress is God graciously allowing us to suffer the consequences of our poor decisions. Perhaps this time we will learn.
Or, perhaps, we'll pass some more subsidies for Puerto Rican rum and bicycle commuting. Sigh.
Quote of the day. - On my craft: psychiatry, and from Paul Mullen. One of my fears for psychiatry is that we are allowing clinical practice to degenerate into a process which ...
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