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After a successful marathon in North Idaho last month, organizers with the company Negative Split hosted a socially distant Windermere Marathon on Sunday.
If the case for negative interest rates is so strong, why all the controversy? The answer, of course, is that the case isn’t that strong.
The Hunger Run organized by the Union Gospel Mission and Second Harvest has gone to the professionals this year. The fundraiser event will be overseen by Negative Split, a local race organizing company.
Television advertisements and campaign mailers are already finding their way to Eastern Washington voters from the two presumptive candidates for the region’s seat in Congress. What’s true, and what isn’t, about the claims in these ads?
Physicists at Washington State University have created atoms that temporarily have negative mass, a discovery meaning they accelerate backward when pushed forward.
This lack of knowledge about how our world is changing is not a new phenomenon. Surveys from long before 2016 – the era before the world turned “post-factual” – show the same levels of ignorance.
If you got roped into buying expensive sets of Pimsleur Approach CDs through an Internet scheme, you might be entitled to a refund.
Chris Marr really opposes negative ads. He says he’s been the victim of “hit pieces” by his opponent. He says that his political campaign for the state Senate ought to be about the issues. “The public deserves better than what we’ve seen so far,” Marr said in a KSPS debate not long ago.
The comedy “Idiocracy” takes place 500 years in the future. The dumbing down of America has produced a generation of men, women and children named after products, including Tylenol Jones. The president is a TV wrestler, and “Hot Naked Chicks & World Report” is a popular newsweekly magazine. The movie wasn’t a critical or box office hit when it was released two years ago, but it has since gained a cult following. A Slate.com essay applauds it as “a feel-bad comedy about the silent killer of American civilization, namely our collective stupidity.”