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Friday, February 23, 2007


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Perhaps, this is even an understatement.


The collective CO2 discharged in the course of endless, often heated discussions of this matter may have moved global warming ahead by decades, but has never come close to the graphic lesson of the two control panels. While considerably finer and deft tuning is required, at least the ladies are still at the mercy of linear and analog controls as is the male by his single toggle switch.


I saw that you've been added to the NiT blogroll.


Sometimes, a picture really is worth a thousand words. This one? About ten thousand.

I'm not sure why this particular post finally got me to comment, but I've been reading Xark since it's inception, and I have to say that I enjoy it immensely. Some posts are of more interest and relevance to me than others (a redundant statement, as that's true for everyone, of course), but the overall tone of intellectual honesty is what keeps me engaged. Thanks Dan!

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