Scott’s propeller is at the bottom of the ocean. Scott is not. He was recently seen at our meeting.
I’m putting this at the top: Umeshism. Scott Aaronson is a quantum physicist who defined it in his blog.
The original one:
If you’ve never missed a flight, you’re spending too much time in airports.
If there aren’t loopholes in the tax code, you’re spending too much time closing loopholes.
If there aren’t unintended consequences to a law, you’re spending too much time anticipating consequences.
Article from Cato in 2013
The program’s expenditures have doubled over the last decade, reaching an estimated $144 billion this year.
From SSI–to 2003
Compared to most other countries:
Statistics: from here
A different view from Urban.org
Maxine Taylor, Georgia’s first Licensed Astrologer
American Federation of Astrologers Certification (Only certified astrologer in Maine)
Salmonella outbreak in 2012
Salmonella in general
2015 E coli outbreak
CBO forecasting results
Someone (I think it was Courtney) handed me a print out of this article: How Americans Game the $200 Billion-a-Year ‘Disability-Industrial Complex’
Maybe this is a topic. If not, we can try something else.
Equal Rights Amendment FAQ.
Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay act,and history
Supreme Court Case Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co, Inc. (Supreme court) Wikipedia
At least 41% of Republican men report feeling a “moderate” or “great deal” of gender discrimination this election cycle, compared to 27% of Democratic men who feel the same, according to the report, which drew data from the American National Election Studies. Comparatively, 33% of men overall say they feel the same. From here
That’s right, white people, some 55% of whom say whites are discriminated against in America today, according to a new NPR/Robert Wood Johnson/Harvard poll. Now, this is not entirely a surprise—a 2011 Harvard study found a similar conclusion: “Whites see racism as a zero sum game they are now losing.” From here