Actually, I’ve been crazy busy yesterday and today. But here are some articles I’ve read in the last couple days: Sent from Flipboard The organic-rich permafrost holds an estimated 15 billion tonnes of carbon. “That’s about twice as much carbon in the atmosphere, and three times as much carbon than that stored in all the […]
Even in my cabin on a boat floating down the Yangtze River this August I would wake up thinking about my reelection campaign for the Duluth School Board. Reading the faraway Duluth News Tribune on the iffy Chinese Internet didn’t help distract me completely from these thoughts. This was a campaign I hoped I wouldn’t […]
My “Buddy” recently sent me a critique of Hillary Clinton and a prediction of her failure to beat Trump written by a nemisis of the Republican Party – Michael Moore. I thought it prescient and replied to my Buddy in this way: An excellent prediction that was very much aligned to my way of thinking. […]
Thaw It was 70 degrees at our house today. I made sure to spread out the snow on the patio so that it would all melt. Tomorrow I’ll put the patio furniture back. We might have our warmest March in recorded history. Don Quixote only lasted two days before losing his head.
Several allies alerted me to this addition to the ISD 709 website many months ago as the District battled the perception that JCI was ripping Duluth off. I viewed the website the District linked to with considerable suspicion but was too busy to pursue it. I’m still too busy but another friend sent the link […]