If only he were really my friend

Josh just posted a link to a new article by Malcolm Gladwell in the New Yorker. As always, it's a good read and it's full of economic jargon that Melissa will love. So much of our population already qualifies for some level of federal health care that we might as well go all the way. Oh Trevor, regale us with tales of your Canadian healthcare heaven!

When you've read that, or if you don't feel like delving into the daunting task of fixing healthcare right away, you should also check out this old Gladwell article about the magic that is ketchup. He even quotes someone who calls it, "the Esperanto of cuisine." I'm a huge fan of the red stuff so it's one of my favorite articles of all time. Plus, it's educational!

Favorite Song of the Week:
"Big River" by Johnny Cash - I was reading about the new Cash biopic that Joaquin Phoenix has been working on, then I heard this song at King's Island. It's been stuck in my head ever since. I just wish I knew more of the lyrics than just, "I taught the weeping willow how to cry."


Josh said...

My old manager Heather had never had ketchup before. She was like 23 at the time. Is that crazy or what?

Eileen said...

A life without ketchup is a life half lived.