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Genetics and the Ides of March

The change of seasons has long been known to cause changes in mental health. Is there a genetic component?

Wasting Time

We are past the Ides of March, and I am still pursuing my project for the year that began in early December. Each week, with the beginning of the week on Wednesday, I am going through one game from the 59 in GM-RAM: Essential Grandmaster Knowledge (2000) by Rashid Ziyatdinov. Show More Summary

The Ides of March: Gordon Tullock Strikes Again

(March 17, 2015 02:36 AM, by David Henderson) Phil Edwards over at Vox has written a fun piece on the assassination of Julius Caesar on the Ides of March. Most of us know what we "know" about it from Shakespeare. Bad idea, says Edwards, and he shows why.... (0 COMMENTS)

So…This Happened: NCAA Tournament Edition

"Beware the Ides of March!"-- Er, we mean, Beware Selection Sunday! Mike Kasdan brings it with the NCAA Tournament flavor. The post So…This Happened: NCAA Tournament Edition appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Morning Thread (3-16-2015)

If you're reading this, you made it through the Ides of March. Congratulations....

Beware The Ides Of March,…Once You Know What They Are

Ah, the Ides of March, an historic day sandwiched between Pi Day and St. Patrick’s Day. But wht, exactly, do the Ides of March mean to anyone but Julius Caesar? According to Vox, the Ides are simply the middle of the month. According...Show More Summary

Ides of March Catblogging - 15 March 2015

Et tu, Hopper? A few days ago I featured Hilbert draped over my sister, so I figured that turnabout is fair play: here's Hopper draped over me to make up for the lack of normal Friday catblogging. Hopper is a Daddy's girl, and will sit on no one's lap but mine. Show More Summary

"I'd Make Felicity Smoak the New Oracle" & More I'Ds of March

Each Ides of March, CSBG celebrates with ideas that they would try out in comics, like having "Arrow's" Felicity Smoak become Batman's new Oracle.

The Ides of March

The frost carves geometric landscapes in the surface of the puddles in our driveway as we slide once more under the edge of the eternal sunrise. There is such beauty in the world, from the minute to the magnificent. We are blessed with a fresh new start everyday, an opportunity to write a new chapter in our lives. Show More Summary

Around the Web Digest: Week of March 8

Beware the Ides of March, pansies. The dedicated anthropology blogs were a bit quieter than usual this week but to make up for it, anthropologists were featured in a variety of other spaces. As always, if you come across anything good...Show More Summary

The 2015 I’ds of March!

The concept is this – for the Ides of March, I tell you things that I’d have done in certain comics!! But don’t worry, I’m not talking about simple 20/20 hindsight things like pick a famous bad storyline and just say, “I wouldn’t have done that” or “You know that cool character? I wouldn’t have […]

Beware the Ides of March

Friday the 13th, Super Pi Day, and today the Ides of March. We have quite a weekend going here, muchachos. When will this come around again?

Mike's Blog Round Up

Beware the Ides of March! We Are Respectable Negroes: When the Department of Justice makes racist cops cry in Ferguson. Mad Mike's America: When the Ferguson police act as tax farmers in ancient Rome. Strangely Blogged: Senator Rubio...Show More Summary

Bracketology: Beware the Ides of March

Bubble teams will need to pay close attention over the next two days, as surprises are lurking in a trio of remaining conference tournaments. The three leagues capable of delivering unexpected champions are the Mountain West, Atlantic 10, and American. On Saturday night at 6 p.m. Show More Summary

Friday the 13th, Pi Day the 14th & Beware the Ides of March

But first, if you are superstitious then be wary since it is Friday the 13th. If you know anything about numbers, and you live in the US, then you can be irrational on Saturday which is Pi Day. This pi … Continue reading ?

The High List: Bell Jar, Porter Ray, Ides of March Masquerade, and More

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Porter Ray: an effortlessly talented rapper whose fluid poetry narrates bleak themes with a chillness beyond his years. 'Bell Jar' ART March 12–April 2, Ghost Gallery (504 E Denny Way) Thursday marks the opening of the first Bell Jar installment in an eight-month series curated by Ghost Gallery. Show More Summary

NCAA Tournament 2015: Projecting Bracket Busters Before Conference Tournaments

Can anyone guess what the significance of the Ides of March is this year? Anyone? Well, March 15 just so happens to be Selection Sunday, which signifies the official start of March Madness for college basketball fans all over the country. It's the first day brackets can officially be filled out following the announcement of every team's seed. Show More Summary

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