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Nov 8, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on Imaginary Seattle Places High on a Dumb List of Livable Cities.
Fuck this shit. Chicago isn't even ranked? I like a lot of these cities and all, but this is some bullshit.
Aug 28, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on Sloggers, I Have a Turd in My Freezer. Can You Help a Lady Out?.
Contact a graduate student in Biology at your local university. They'll have access to a PCR and you can have this taken care of in a day. Too bad you're not in Chicago, or I'd give you my e-mail.
Aug 4, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on Slog Bible Study: Matthew 5:28.
Poor, poor Jimmy Carter. It's weird that he read and believed the Bible, which is at odds with the Religious Right that ended up backing Reagan and kicking him out.
Jun 10, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on Much of What Is Wrong with This World Can Be Summed Up in the Below Headline.
A) Chris Hadfield is already back on earth. B) Why would you do that to Chris Hadfield? He's super cool! C) Maybe if everyone stopped paying attention to Bieber, he'd just go away.
Jun 6, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on What Comes After the Fact that All Humans Are Africans?.
Evolutionary biology has tons of questions like this, but I think on a personal level, you can't say the blanket statement that we are all African without being slightly disingenuous. The oldest humans were found in Africa, yes. But the oldest mammal was found in China, so by that logic, we're all Chinese. If you go back far enough, the oldest fossil of a eukaryotic cell was found in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Why Michigan? I have the feeling because of the beauty of the place (I'm from Michigan in more ways than just eukaryotic lineage), but that's likely not the correct answer. We are all African, yes, but we're also all Chinese, and we're all Midwesterners.
Jun 1, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on The Best of Slog: A Week of Protests, Seals, and Pot Stores.
Hey, do you guys know this woman named Lindy West? She's great: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/31…
May 13, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on They Need More To Do On the International Space Station.
I agree with Warren. Hadfield is a hero of mine. As a scientist, it takes a lot of interest to get people interested in science. I tried to talk to high schoolers as an outreach project about microbiology, and a bunch of them kept asking whether or not it would be on the ACT's. We need to push curiosity, and Hadfield is great about this. Don't be flippant, Dan. Science is dying here in the USA, and if we need a Canadian singing astronaut to remind people that cool stuff is going on in space, then power to the Canadians.
May 9, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on Top Science Cities of the World.
Not that I'm not proud of Chicago, but if you look at the paper's algorithm used to assign rank, it's messed up. This ranking is completely useless.
May 3, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on Who Is More Qualified for Public Office?.
I give two shits about hard candy. But here's a good rule to live by: NEVER mix bubble gum and chocolate. They absorb each others flavor slightly and ruin each other. NO. Total fail.
May 1, 2013 AndyInChicago commented on WTF, Neil.
I always thought of this as a song to sing about giving dating a second chance after a break up. You rely on this other person so much, but then they hurt you or you just get hurt. So sometimes, you wish you could still live with someone and have them help and support you, but without the emotional connection that could lead to pain. But there's still this longing to meet someone and actually connect with them. It's the duality of a breakup. You never want to feel again, but you want to be in love again.
 
 

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