X-axis labels, please.
There is something about "You should give up" that sounds kind of promising.
So the only way to bring on the end is to have more people? Start having babies people, the end cannot come soon enough.
In the era of Rudy Giuliani, I worked in a restaurant that had baseball bats by the door leading to the basement. These bats were to be used on the rats by the busboys on their journeys downstairs to bring up various foodstuffs. Restaurant inspectors came and went, and never did the restaurant receive a violation. Campaign season came around, and Rudy comes into the restaurant with the accompanying media circus. The rats are dancing downstairs. The restaurant has a clean bill of health. The rat upstairs shook some hands, smiled for the cameras, and had a quick bite. The owner was all smiles. The media bought it. The show was over. Everybody was enjoying their meal. A restaurant grade is only as good as the inspectors that grade it. Enjoy your "A" rated meals. They might just be "A"stounding but you will never know.
Is this what surrealist writing is?
I spent a good minute looking for the title tag on the link.
Did somebody misplace the morning blast?
Tasters rated the whisky as tasting grassier in the grassy room, sweeter in the sweet room, and having a woodier aftertaste in the woody room.
Something tells me there is something wrong with this experiment. I wonder what.
To rule out the possibility that the context of the experiment was leading to the results, the group pretested a small group in a lab environment, finding that sights and sounds affected people's taste even when they weren't aware of any manipulation.
So the main group was aware of the manipulation? I think Balk and Choire can lead a whiskey tasting expedition through different environments and come up with more scientific results.
In a piece in the Creative Time Reports, Byrne writes . . . the cultural part of the city—the mind—has been usurped by the top 1 percent.
Sponsors of Creative Times include: Bloomberg Philanthropies, The Standard, and Ford Foundation, among others.
If only we could shake other people's hands with our shoes.