Monday, March 10, 2008

All In a Day's Work

An article in the Washington Post talks about John McCain's derision of a grizzly bear study in his stump speech, and how the study authors are upset with what they consider a mischaracterization.

There is really nothing in the article that doesn't make me wonder why it was front page news, but it does make me wish I had more interesting goals at work. It should suffice to say that my definition of a succesful project is a good deal more boring than this:

"Nobody got seriously hurt. We collected a ton of bear hair. We stayed on budget."

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