Harry Sawyers
harrysawyers
8/17/16
6:10 PM
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I see why you’d take this angle on the story, but it seems just as much like the type of thing that could inspire a kid (or parent) to be healthier, even if it takes a few Happy Meals as an eye-opener to get there.

6/22/16
5:05 PM
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You’re not alone, and noise was one of the main concerns we wanted to address with this year’s update (I work at The Sweethome). Unfortunately this Haier is as good as it gets. Cheaper models we tried tended to be louder—in fact, another one made by Haier (the ESA408R) was the loudest AC we ever tested. Please have a Read more

8/14/15
12:08 PM
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Anyone else finding the new ads, especially for any streaming on-demand services via a cable provider, are really incongruous with the timing of the show, and often cut out material?

2/3/15
4:18 PM
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Tracy, I'm with you—grew up in the south, went to church with those same folks, and have no interest in it now. The other night, I met another young dad my age (early 30s) who apparently regularly attends church. Realized how rare it is to hear someone say that. Maybe it's just my peer group, or the effect of living Read more

1/8/15
11:47 AM
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There was a pretty amazing image of this on NASA's instagram feed yesterday, too. Amazing, I say. Read more

12/3/14
12:52 PM
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This pick looks nice, but I want to say a few more words about the Arms Reach Co-Sleeper. I've used it for two newborns and I think it has a few advantages. Read more

10/14/14
5:44 PM
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This is definitely something that will become an industry standard, and the people doubting it now—basically, the "But I have to buy new batteries" crowd—are saying the same thing people said when lithium ion batteries debuted a decade ago. And you don't see too many NiCad tools around nowadays. Read more

10/10/14
3:42 PM
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Definitely had to scroll back up to see who wrote this brilliant prophylactic monologue. Jia, could we have a counterpoint from the puddle of vomit at the other end of the car?

6/13/14
10:14 AM
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This one was long, repetitive, frustrating—and for a 7-year-old, scary as hell.

6/4/14
5:29 PM
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Because isn't Larson's cartoon a misreading of the mirror? He seems to show the eye as if the statement is "objects in the mirror appear closer than they are," not "are closer than they appear." Read more

5/1/14
11:43 AM
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I moved to Illinois just over a year ago, after spending 30 years in the south and then the east coast. A few things have come as a surprise. Read more

4/29/14
3:06 PM
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The file name is lac-one-v2.jpg. It's nice, but version 1 was better.