Opium Puts Myanmar In Crisis Over AIDS - New York... →
I like a challenge, and right now it seems fairly challenging to churn out a 20 page paper in a week. I’ve picked a fairly obscure topic (but still interesting, at least to save-the-world-folk like myself), and I can safely say that I will think of little else for the next week.
We Feel Fine / by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar →
I’m sorry guys. It’s legitimate...
It’s my club, not yours. Please don’t take the name.
It is no measure to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.– Jiddu Krishnamurti
Almost Perfect, But Not Quite.
This is me in poem form, I realized a little while ago. I had forgotten about Shel Silverstein and the countless times I read my mom’s copies of his books when I was little, but for some reason, this poem has stuck with me. I fear that it is me, too. “almost perfect… but not quite.” those were the words of mary hume at her seventh birthday party, looking ‘round the...
“Girl From the North Country” by...
Well I call him Spike, but Summer calls him Devendra. I think that’s a...– my Dad
This is what I live for. →
So it’s time for me to nerd out. This is the stuff that makes me tick, and this is the stuff that I’m excited to spend the rest of my life studying. I don’t even know if I should explain it more, you know?
I try to do work, I really do. →
But they’re so darn cute. Who cares about public-private partnerships in implementation of health care delivery systems when PUPPIES ARE NAPPING?!?
“The Gift of Song in the Lion’s...