, I saw an article on BadScience.net
critiquing the the "zomg Prozac is no(t much) better than a placebo" media 'splosion
. [rydra_wong states: I am not a fan of Big Pharma. I am even less of a fan of people who are happy to jump on the bandwagon of "the pills don't work and are just a way of dodging your Deep Freudian Issues" at the expense of factual accuracy.
] ( crit also discusses Big Pharma more generallyCollapse )
: "Dollhouse" has a seven-episode order from Fox, will star Eliza Dushku, who used to be on "Buffy," and will go into production in about six weeks.
(The article linked is actually about how Joss asked two executive story editors from Angel
to work on Dollhouse
, but that bit was what jumped out at me because there is so much potential for Dollhouse
to go badly that I'd actually been hoping it wouldn't end up getting made.)
Today's Lenten Labyrinth
continued the week's theme of rest and quoted from Hebrews about entering into God's rest, which is an idea I hadn't thought much about before. Something to chew on.
***( gymCollapse )
"Joy Sadhana is a daily practice in the observation of joy."
-mylittleredgirl [more info]
"Sin is necessary, but all will be well, and all will be well, and every kind of thing will be well."
-Julian of Norwich, Showings
Five good things about today:
1. There was still nice snow on the ground today.
2. The Grille menu did not lie to me and there was indeed potato leek soup (and spanikopita).
3. My wireless keyboard quit on me last night, and indeed it only needed new batteries.
4. Good discussion at CHPC Bible study tonight (writeup to follow eventually). I worried I would regret skipping ASL class for it, but no,
5. I keep thinking I've fucked things up ("We built on a river," indeed) and then it turns out we're okay, which is such a relief
. I handled stuff badly, and I regret that (la la la, learning experience), but to be reassured that we're still moving forward? Yeah.
Bonus: CHPC-Rachel is indeed attending the TransLaw conference
(at least the Saturday sessions).
Three things I did well today:
1. I dry-swallowed my iron supplement. Yes it's a tiny pill, but I used to try to dry swallow vitamins and couldn't, so I was excited when I put it in my mouth and was like, "Hey, I bet I can swallow this without drinking any water," and then I did
2. I cleaned off my computer desktop at work.
3. I donated to the Huntington. They called, and I'm less good at saying no to solicitations on the phone, but they talked about good stuff the Huntington does and which I support, so I felt good about making a donation to them. Funny story, before I could open my mouth to say, "OKay, I'll make a donation of $X," the guy said: there's the blah blah donor level of two-hundred-something dollars a month . . . and right along with laughing silently at the idea that I had that much disposable income that I would want to spend on them, I thought, "anchoring!" Oh b-school osmosis :)
4. I washed dishes. (Recently, there keep being dishes from RoomieKatie sitting in the sink/drainer, but tonight my own dishes had started to pile up, so I took the dishes out of the drainer and put them on the table, and moved the dishes in the sink out of my way and washed my dishes.)
5. I finally replied to CHPC-Rachel's e-mail from Sunday.
Two things I am looking forward to (doing [better]) tomorrow:
1. CAUMC small group.
2. Hanging out at the library between work and CAUMC and reading and/or napping.