Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Tee-ching moment

Two golfers set out for a day on the links. As they’re heading to the first hole, a short par 3, one says to the other: “You know, I never use a tee on this hole, and always I land … Continue reading

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If you’ve ever felt…

…like you are running really fast just to stand still, like you’re trying really hard but getting nowhere, consider this: Making progress is often like paying off a mortgage. At first, you’re paying almost all interest, and barely whittling down … Continue reading

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Toothpaste physics

Does anyone else feel like it is impossible for a toothpaste tube to ever run out? As it nears the end, it seems to take exponentially more effort to get the same amount of toothpaste, but it always feels like … Continue reading

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Jewelry described vs. advertised

It has always been a pastime of mine to read SkyMall when I fly. I even bought something once: a “personal coolant system” that you wear around your neck, whose description thoroughly convinced me that I would be immersed in … Continue reading

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