Saturday Link Encyclopedia
A professor is prevented from mocking his students with a stress reduction policy. It’s a shame because it could have been fun.
The worst back to school sign known to humanity. Is Walmart trying to make people hate it?
“A study at the Columbia School of Social Work found that parenting behavior, namely maternal warmth and sensitivity, to be the most important factor of the gap between upper middle class children and bottom-income quintile children.” Well, duh.
The predictable demise of Firefox. Gosh, I remember how much I used to love Firefox. What a waste.
I love the New Optimists. I’d like to meet them in real life.
I don’t want to know about the ridiculous Damore scandal because it’s an overexaggerated bunch of baloney on both sides. But I can’t fail to notice that it’s making people very loopy.
“The worst places for poor minorities (in terms of optimism, worry, and/or pain) include blue states like Washington, California, New York, and Massachusetts. And, as it turns out, for poor whites, the situation is desperate in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Wisconsin.”