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Decision fatigue and avoidable decisions

The depleted mind looks for shortcuts around rationality, tending toward recklessness or inertia (NYT article here).

I’m inclined toward inertia; it seems the safer of the two.  483 more words


When To Do Nothing

There is a time to make a decision and there is a time not to. Knowing the difference between the two can save us from making decisions that we will regret. 336 more words


Britain's Cameron gets tough on immigration

On Friday, Prime Minister David Cameron positioned himself as tough on immigration and willing to see Britain leave the European Union over it. Good for him….the EU is worthless anyway. 237 more words


Fiction: Forgetting (276 words)

here was more to her than she knew, more to her than she could understand.  More to her than she could wrap her mind around.  She was something so spectacular wrapped up into a human body against all the laws of nature that were put into place to prevent exactly that.  232 more words


Take Time to Reflect and be Thankful for Your Life

       It was early on the morning of July 29, 2009, and I was standing on the East Coast Shore of Kwajalein Island looking at the vast expanse of the South Pacific Ocean. 988 more words


Southern Democrats Urge a Return to Party Basics

The only reason Demonrats are saying this is because they got their butts beat in the election. 225 more words


Pentagon prepares for more detainee releases from Guantanamo Bay

Defense Department officials say that they are preparing to transfer more detainees from Guantanamo Bay in coming weeks despite continued Republican opposition.  One thing you can count on, good old Bammy will help supply terrorists with more fighters. 271 more words