Sampling the spiced meat patties at El Mago de las Fritas I was giddy heading to the west side of Miami to El Mago de las Fritas, a small restaurant that specializes in one of my favorite Cuban creations: the frita Cubana. You’ll hear...Show More Summary
Just a quick note to let you all know that my “work vacation” is going well. I’m in the middle of 7-10 days off from publishing new money articles here to focus exclusively on the business side of the blog. So far, so good. I’m getting tons done because I know I don’t have to […] The post Status Update appeared first on Get Rich Slowly.
The days are gone when I tolerate lectures on gun control. We’ve been told that the country expects us to have a discussion about gun control, but mostly my side is expected to sit down and listen while we’re insulted and subjected to lies by people who don’t know the difference between stocks and flash […]
A few months back my friend Keeley Hammond and I did a workshop for Women Who Code Portland called The Squishy Side of Open Source. We'd done a number of workshops before on how to use Git and the Command Line, and I've done a documentary...Show More Summary
Despite playing a match-winning innings in Centurion, Heinrich Klaasen is practical about Quinton de Kock taking his place back in the side, and says, 'If this is my last game, so be it, I am happy with it'
The scene at the Capitol in Tallahassee pic.twitter.com/lcJJgRzPA3 — Steve Bousquet (@stevebousquet) February 21, 2018. Reasonable argument, with a side of humor — “Fck You, I Like My Guns”: … I always find it interesting that when I was in the Army, and part of my job was to be incredibly proficient with this […]
Some people have chapped lips in the Winter - I have chapped lips year-round. The unwelcome dryness is the one lingering side effect (not counting my blemish-free skin) from my six months on Accutane years ago. It's a small problem to have, but man does it bother me. Show More Summary
Using a black plastic comb and a simple wooden toothpick, a girl beckoned some captive dolphins from the other side of their windowed prison. Her dad, Brad Meszaros, writes: My daughter tried several different ways to have the Seaworld dolphins come to her. Show More Summary
OutdoorHub Recipe: Delicious Venison Flatbread When I’m feeling a little unimaginative in my wild game kitchen, one of the fastest routes back to inspiration is a quick side trip to the land of easy homemade pizza crust and experimentation with wild protein toppings. Show More Summary
The truth is out there, but if it doesn’t come from “my side” who cares? In an era of “fake news” our relationship status with factual knowledge, and a shared reality has changed to “it’s complicated”. Democracies depend on informed populations, but objective truth has of late taken a back seat to partisanship. Show More Summary
“Hi! My name is Roseate Spoonbill, and I’ll be foraging for minnows, crawdads and bugs in your pond today.” “I’ll just be over here sweeping my weird bill from side to side. Don’t mind me!” “Glug-glug-glug…” Saw this lovely critter yesterday in a suburban pond. There are tons of spoonbills around here, but I’ve never […]
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I’m going to end my take over on a side note: At the same time In a Poem Unlimited was in production, Darlene Shrugg (a rock band featuring myself and Poem vets Maximilian Turnbull & Amanda Crist as well as Simone Tisshaw-Baril & Carlyn Bezic) also made an album... Continue reading…
"I will seriously eat my hat with a side of mustard..."
This is a sort of follow-up to my previous post. One can think of demand stimulus as policies that boost NGDP. (There are of course other policies that boost RGDP, such as supply side reforms, which work even if NGDP doesn’t rise. But demand stimulus boosts NGDP.) We know from long run money neutrality that […]
By Matt Payne The process of having thoughtful conversations with landscape photographers from all over the world on my podcast has really made an impact on my own thoughts and beliefs relating to all sorts of landscape photography topics. Show More Summary
The Home Stretch I wasn’t at my finest leaving Julian. There was a stitch in my side and saliva was turning to glue in my mouth. My feet were throbbing in shoes that had lost their cushioning long, long ago. Just goes to show that no matter how “good” you think you’ve gotten over the course of a trail, thru hiking is still a daily challenge. Show More Summary
As a third-year medical student, fresh and green on my clerkship rotations, I was determined to stand out on my general surgery team. I knew this was not going to be easy; I was often the last item on many surgeons’ minds as they rush through morning pre-rounds at the hospital, flying around corners, their […]
The speedometer on the little two-seater was already past 90 and climbing as I watched the grey-haired fellow to my left put both his hands on the left side of the steering wheel and start to tug at it. There was a curve ahead, a long blind left-hander with a line of Jersey barriers on […] The post Trackday Diaries: I’m Already Scared appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
The winding drive into Jerome had me clutching the sides of my car seat while wondering how the town’s ancient buildings remained standing on such startlingly steep slopes. Jerome, an atmospheric former copper mining town in central Arizona, is high anxiety, an acrophobe’s nightmare. The cool town...