We’ve got a bunch of news and I’m going to try and cover as many countries as possible in this edition. Read More News in Asia Is All Over
Happy Friday, my lovely unicorns. Would you like some newsy bits to send you into the weekend? Would you like them with a side of “In CJ Cregg We Trust?” Then let’s get to it:
Hello, my fellow glitter unicorns. I hope the weekend was fantastic. I had dinner on Friday with my bestie at the little Thai place about a 5 minute drive from my house. It has the best pad thai that I’ve had since I came home from Thailand. To my dismay, I found out that the restaurant is shutting down and moving forever away because the plaza is being torn down and replaced with a Whole Foods. I wouldn’t be so mad if it was a Trader Joe’s going in, but alas, I must continue my search for decent Thai food I can order for takeout on the regular.
Anyway, on to the news… Read More News in Asia
This was the one book on the Man Booker Prize shortlist that I wasn’t particularly excited about. But then it was right there in front of me in the library, so it moved up on my reading list. Afterwards, I still wasn’t particularly excited about it. So here I am, trying to put my feelings of meh-ness into coherent sentences.
Hurricanes in October! Earthquakes and tsunamis! Sharks falling from the skies of California! Science news has gone wild this week! Read More Science News: 10/30/12
It’s been a fairly slow news week in science, but there are still a few fascinating stories to share with you. Researchers have made a potential breakthrough in fetal genetic testing, dinosaurs may not have been as big as we thought, and some birds have different personalities according to their coloring. Oh, and penguins are scandalously filthy sexual deviants. Yeah, I figured that would get your attention! Read More Science News Roundup: 6/12/12