Punching Our Way to Success

It’s happened to all of us. You see someone and you just want to punch them in the face.

You don’t have to know the person or have any reason to want to do that, except they just have a very punchable face.

Sometimes there are other reasons too.

Sometimes there are other reasons too.

Now science is letting us in on an interesting fact. It turns out everyone has a punchable face. Continue reading

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Reading and ‘Riting and Retrograde Military Equipment…

It’s no secret that going to school is a dangerous propositions these days.

Rampant bullying, school shootings, and John Green books show just how bad things have gotten. It’s clearly not safe to attend school, especially for teachers and administrators.

Luckily, there someone looking out for our embattled schools: the military. Continue reading

Back with a shout out to all the pretty ladies in the audience

We’re back! I would of course like to apologize for my extended absence, and offer my explanation. My last post, about the House or Representatives’ grasp on science, did not go unnoticed. And so in the dead of night I was whisked to our nation’s capitol and brought before the House Science Committee to answer tough questions, such as “how does the internet work?” and “will you help me set up my email?”

For months I worked with them on these important topics, and I am happy to report they can now navigate to web pages with a success rate of nearly 50%.

While I was in Washington, one of the big stories that came out was Senator Kirsten Gillibrand revealing she was sexually harassed by other members of Congress. This raised quite a ruckus, and the media responded the only way they knew how, by talking about catcalls of women, and whether or not it’s offensive. It was a whole segment on The Daily Show as well.

Catcalling has always been fascinating to me, because I’ve never understood it. And while in D.C., a remarkable thing happened: Mrs. Sophist received a catcall. Continue reading