The resident faculty didn’t need to leave a clue this week, so they could think even more this weekend. Oops. (More)
First our thanks to last week’s writers:
On Monday, addisnana invited us to consider Backup Styles in Midday Matinee, Alexandra Beautyman called on Congress to Pass a Fair Farm Bill in Evening Focus, and winterbanyan reported that Recycling Creates Jobs, Cuts Emissions in Our Earth.
On Tuesday, Winning Progressive shared David Brooks Returns to the Applebee’s Salad Bar in Morning Feature, readers collaborated on Not-Maude’s Not-Scandal in Midday Matinee, we asked Two Recuse or Not Two Recuse? in Evening Focus, and winterbanyan saw that Humans Cause Widespread Disruption of Ecosystems in Our Earth.
On Wednesday, Winning Progressive asked us to Support Rep. McDermott’s Sensible Estate Tax in Morning Feature, the Squirrel wondered how Gingrich’s Immigration Policy is “Humane?” in Furthermore!, addisnana mused on Catching a Crab in Midday Matinee, and winterbanyan brought us Scientists Study Deadly Tornado Outbreak in Our Earth.
On Thursday, we began a series on Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow with Who Are You? in Morning Feature, and winterbanyan told a tale of toboggans and trees titled Kamikaze Dad in Midday Matinee and noted that Cloud Research Solves One Mystery in Our Earth.
On Friday, we continued our series on Thinking, Fast and Slow with Just Because! in Morning Feature, MKSinSA went Up on the Rooftrop … clip, grip, slip in Furthermore!, and winterbanyan asked What Did That Oil Plume Contain? in Our Earth.
On the weekend, we reached the midpoint of our series on Thinking, Fast and Slow with Overconfidence in Saturday’s Morning Feature, Ms. Crissie was asked Not for President? in Sunday’s Morning Feature, Winning Progressive brought us Weekend Reading in Furthermore!, and we dodged destruction by cyborgs with SS3: Rise of the Silly Sundays in Evening Focus.
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As they will complete their two-week series on Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow this week, the resident faculty didn’t need to provide a clue this morning. That meant they could spend more time in the
wine cellar library, drinking thinking on our motto of Magis vinum, magis verum (“More wine, more truth”) before heading to the hot tub faculty lounge for their weekly game where the underwear goes flying planning conference.
Instead they spent the time researching feline linguistics at BPI’s Department of Numbers and Weird Symbols: