From David Mitchell, in the Guardian: “The media like nothing more than to be contrarian about their own manufactured consensus on which the paint is still not dry…” The best part is that he’s talking about a survey in which women are alleged to have professed a preference for guys who are a little bit overweight and smell like beer. Casual brilliance, in the way that a newspaper column allows you to be casually brilliant if you are capable of it in the first place.
Also, if you’re not stopping by the Bad Astronomy blog at Discover.com, you really should be.
One response to “Thought of the Day and Bad Astronomy”
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