The Washington Post is reporting predictions of bad times ahead, weather- and atmosphere-wise. Quoting Loretta Mickley of Harvard University's Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, "If this model is correct, global warming would cause an increase in difficult days for those affected by ozone pollution, such as people suffering with respiratory illnesses like asthma and those doing physical labor or exercising outdoors," referring to a computer model used by climate scientists to predict weather and climate changes.
Spurred by the removal Carly Fiorina as CEO of Hewlett-Packard, Amy Joyce of the Washington Post discusses the double standard women in business face. Barbara Gault states, "Women face a double standard in that if they are too accommodating and feminine, they are seen as weak. Too aggressive, it brings up negative associations for a lot of people..."
Keith Knudsen of the Doobie Brothers is now rocking in the Great Beyond. You young whippersnappers may not recognize the name or the band, but many of us grew up with the Doobie Brothers blaring on our radios and 8-track tape players partaking of their namesake. He will be missed tho the band hasn't really been active in quite a while. There's a
pic with a blurb on RollingStone.com. Farewell Keith.