Smart Cars & the Bad-Driving Gene in The Roundup

I’ve been retweeting a lot of good stuff lately, but I’ve come across a few things I saved for this installment of The Roundup.  This isn’t stuff they tell you about in school…

The story of a New York football Giant and his Smart car from the NY Times.

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Meanwhile, between a quarter and a third of Americans seem to have a bad-driving gene.

Here in Indy, we’re at the peak of the fall colors for just a few more days.  As you know, the leaves turn spectacular colors and then fall from the trees.  But *cue the mystery music* do they fall or are they pushed?

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Could it be that kissing, which is uniquely human, has an immuno-evolutionary basis?

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