My dad always combined the two to be "Bed Bath and Beyond Your Body Works"
My pie would redirect the 25% dedicated to watching salt intake to Dad Jokes. But yeah, mostly accurate for me too.
@whitty199 Yeah! Seconded. I branched off from math into CS but as a STEM lady, thank you for this post!
@RNL Hey that's ok! I was a math major and it didn't make sense to me until I was actually doing those problems. Ironically I think the abstract problems can be a lot simpler and better for younger groups (like she said about critical/logical thinking). But they're hard to explain...I guess the first abstract problem I had was like this: They gave us 4 made up rules about how lines could interact (like every line has to touch 2 other lines, etc.) and then they said draw 4 lines such that the picture meets all the criteria. Tada! That's an axiomatic system! You can do geometry proofs about that picture!
Well in light of this and the Angelina Jolie stuff here's a blog about being tested for "faulty" genes that cause colon rectal cancer and dealing with having those genes: http://www.ihavelynchsyndrome.com/
@terrific Well you don't have to feel terrible because the threat isn't new to you! That's good and means you can be level headed in that situation and know how to react. Besides in KS you can see it coming for a while (yay for completely flat landscapes). But as a person not from the midwest who married a Kansan just know that we don't know what the hell is going on and what's an appropriate level of panic for these storm situations. So if the sirens DO go off, just make sure to be clear and informative and don't assume we know the drill.
@Smallison Well and also Moore is kinda of an area that is perfect for tornadoes and they get hit every year, so locals aren't surprised about WHERE this happened, just the magnitude of the devastation.
@hollysh Ugh have you seen the terrible things online where people leave tips in upside down water glasses or start off with the tip on the table and then openly deduct as they are displeased. Srsly people? Did you have to be so obnoxious about your rudeness?
@Tragically Ludicrous Yeah it's true! My husband does because he spent so long in food service and he remembers how much a good tip to do for saving your sanity. Like he never tips below $5 even if we just bought a $2 drink and then he has some crazy math for more expensive purchases, but it always ends up generous.
@par_parenthese YES! My NPR alter-ego is way cooler than I am.