I think so, Brain … but couldn’t claustrophobia be cured by simply thinking outside the box?
One of the most famous objects in the sky, the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant, is shown in a new virtual reality (VR) application thanks to NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Brown University.
Today is the fifth anniversary of the hearing which resulted in the extension of the first peace order issued against Bill Schmalfeldt. I have many pleasant memories of that hearing, but my favorite was of being the witness stand while the judge had interrupted the Cabin Boy’s™ questioning of me in order to explain yet another point of law that Schmalfeldt misunderstood—and looking past him into the gallery to see The
Dread Deadbeat Prius-Driver Brett Kimberlin (who had driven the Cabin Boy™ to court) chuckling over Schmalfeldt’s stupidity.
I suspect my memories of the day are more pleasant that Schmalfeldt’s.
Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.
I think so, Brain … but when I replaced the ChapStick with glue sticks, no one said a word of complaint.
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Stacy McCain and I will be back at our microphones again this evening at 7pm ET for Episode 3 of The Other Podcast.
Give us a call at (646) 668-2541 and join in the fun.
Likely topics include The Press, Harassment, Ethics, and Crazy People Are Dangerous™—but you’ll have to tune in to hear what we really cover.8