Breakfast with Bubba

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Who knew?


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Awakened this morning to this:


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Bruce had been told repeatedly not too ride the exercise bicycle so fast…

Or did Keto forces burn the bakery down?


(Jane) #552

What was on fire?


(Laurie) #553

Apparently arson at 3 different Masonic Halls in metro Vancouver.


(Michael - When reality fails to meet expectations, the problem is not reality.) #554

Yep, Masonic Hall. A heritage building no less, dated 1911. Two stores on the ground floor also destroyed. Fortunately, the adjacent buildings on either side don’t appear to have been damaged other than by smoke.

There’s a video here of the fire near my apartment:


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Physics is like sex: sure, it may give some practical results, but that’s not why we do it.
Richard P. Feynman


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This is the big problem in science that no one is talking about: even an honest person is a master of self-deception. In today’s environment, our talent for jumping to conclusions makes it all too easy to find false patterns in randomness, to ignore alternative explanations for a result or to accept ‘reasonable’ outcomes without question — that is, to ceaselessly lead ourselves astray without realizing it.

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