Hits and Misses

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  1. Dan says:

    “A person near a liquor store or tavern on the West Side or South Side of Chicago is up to 500 times more likely to be shot than others in these neighborhoods.”

    Good info to know.

  2. Crawford says:

    “A single mild blast exposure can cause brain injuries with similarities to Alzheimer’s disease”

    Will this cause war Vet’s get additional coverage for Alzheimer’s treatment?

  3. Lucas says:

    “Words like “iPhone”, “millions” and “Google” on the other hand, almost never appear with the word for”

    I can’t call my grandma without my iphone. So does it become attached through that route? Do we miss our phones so much because we lose those relationships as well?

    • Chris says:

      Improving the quality of life is certainly a driving factor in the amount of happiness we experience. Technology (possessions), allow for greater productivity. Thus allowing for great increases in the quality of life.

  4. Mike says:

    “Team New Zealand was funded in part by its government and its future is uncertain.”

    At least our government isn’t in the boat racing business too.

  5. JD says:

    “People make you happy; not possessions.”

    This is news to some people

  6. JD says:

    “A single, mild explosion can result in a brain injury that mimics Alzheimer’s disease.”

    Hopefully this gives us insight into how to fight Alzheimer’s.