Luckily, others are up to the task of being entertaining and thought provoking where I am not. (Did I mention blegh?)
You're reading Greg's Congo Memoirs, right? Funny, thought-provoking, alien and universal stories, these are. Good stuff.
For another great set of posts, try Juniper. She just took a good hard look back at someone who probably saved her life but unintentionally hurt her doing it. Find out what it all has to do with being a scientist.
JLK is also telling stories. Hers is about how she ended up as an egg donor and what the process was like. Very cool.
Doug just has a question: "Why do kids always throw up in the middle of the night?" In his case, the answer involves CSI.
PalMD has some questions too, but his are a little more serious. Definitely worth some thought.
Monica has a new blog, part of reminding herself that her feminism isn't incidental. I'm looking forward to more.
And finally, if you're in New York, here's an event for next weekend that might interest you.
REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICIPATION:
1) Willing to take pants off on subway
2) Able to keep a straight face about it
**THIS IS A PARTICIPATORY EVENT. DO NOT SHOW UP UNLESS YOU PLAN TO TAKE YOUR PANTS OFF.**