finally…success…for real!

Whoo-hoo!  Finally!  Success!  And not the fake kind that I wrote about months ago.  Not that it’s much to brag about because all I’ve managed to do after a year and a half of killing animals is establish a model I can work with.  Now it’s time to finally start testing my hypothesis.  But strangely enough, I’m so used to failing, to not having a model, that I’m a little lost now that I get to move forward.  Uh, what do you mean move forward?  I haven’t planned that far ahead yet because I never expected to get there!  Well, I guess I have until next Tuesday to figure it out.

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Scientists in the EU are designing robot nurses.  Looks like they'll be pretty cute.  And that they'll be taking care of the more tedious tasks (like mopping up spills and guiding visitors to patient rooms), hopefully freeing up human nurses for more pressing patient matters.  Unless, of course, they malfunction…

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iPhone > girlfriend?  Well, yeah if my girlfriend is as super-fugly and super-psycho as my brother-in-law's.  And I'm assuming that's why an informal survey found that 1 in 8 guys would trade their girlfriends for the latest and greatest tech toys.

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A new study shows that more Americans are drinking soda at breakfast.  Soda for breakfast?  Gross.  I guess it beats coffee though.  The article also mentions that about half of the US population drinks 4 or more sodas a day.  Damn.  I used to have one soda a day and feared for my health enough to cut soda pretty much completely out of my diet.  Diabetes nation, here we come.

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