- From a postcard sent by a friend: It was cloudy for our trip so we couldn’t see these islands. it was so cloudy it looked like we were in our own little world or like there wasn’t enough memory in the Acadia Park system to show anything father than 50 feet.
- Irony defined: Drive in to Montpelier. Can’t find a place to park… Drive by a gathering parade of protestors. Note sign “No Blood for Oil”. Still can’t find a place to park. Ponder why protestors are showing up one or two to a car.
- Essay question: What defines “existing in nature” – – what does it take for something to be synthetic? If you use two rocks to chip out an arrowhead, is that synthetic? What about polyethylene? (Isn’t it sort of made through products that do (pre-)exist in nature?)
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That is totally like rain, on your wedding day!
Loving your essay question on synthetics. I am a neurotoxicology PhD student, and this “all natural” craze really annoys me.