Thursday, October 27, 2005

Lab day random tens

Thursday is a busy day, no time for bloggery (and on Fitzmas, no less!).

Since I can't entertain you, here are 10 songs to enjoy:

"Electron Blue" by R.E.M. from the album Around The Sun (2004, 4:12).
"Bartending Lines" by Ryan Adams from the album Destroyer (2000, 3:22).
"I Will Always" by The Cranberries from the album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? (1993, 2:42).
"A Boy Named Sue" by Johnny Cash from the album At San Quentin (1969, 3:58).
"Friends" by The Beach Boys from the album Friends (1968, 2:33).
"Let's Go Trippin'" by The Beach Boys from the album Surfin' USA (1963, 1:59).
"Hey Jack Kerouac" by 10,000 Maniacs from the album In My Tribe (1987, 3:26).
"I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair" by Mary Martin from the album South Pacific (1949, 3:28).
"War Of Man" by Neil Young from the album Harvest Moon (1992, 5:43).
"Rosa Parks" by Outkast from the album The Best Of Outkast (2002, 4:18).

(Yes, that last one did come up at random.)

And here are ten posts from randomly chosen days. I can't post, but some of this material is probably new to you.

8/2/2004: In my third post, I noted that the decline of sea bird populations might be an effect of global warming.
10/26/2004: In the last days before the election, the TV ad war between Dennis Moore and Kris Kobach was heating up.
3/5/2005: I was gearing up for the Kansas Creationist Kangaroo Court.
3/20/2005: I critically reviewed a review of a National Geographic special on human evolution.
3/23/2005: My favorite post on Terry Schiavo, also Charles Darwin has a posse.
7/9/2005: I noted the attacks on the National Environmental Protection Act.
7/15/2005: I encouraged people to ask their senators to identify undercover agents ad lib, and previewed what we now call Fitzmas.
7/25/2005: Why Darwinist isn't what evolutionary biologists call themselves.
9/26/2005: Brought a visit to the penguins Antarctica.
9/13/2005: What did and didn't happen in No Man's Land after and before Katrina hit.

Play nice.