Bag of Randomness for Wednesday, April 22, 2022

Whenever possible, I try to go to bed at the same time as my first spouse. She tends to fall asleep quickly and I say up reading or watching television for a while.

National GeographicThe pandemic is giving people vivid, unusual dreams. Here’s why.Researchers explain why withdrawal from our usual environments—due to social distancing—has left dreamers with a dearth of “inspiration.”

Anna Fifield is an expert when it comes to North Korea, below is an excerpt from a book she published last year. It’s interesting to see what analysts can observe regarding Kim Jung Un’s health when it comes to something as humdrum as shoveling a few small piles of dirt at a tree-planting ceremony with his southern counterpart. I guess I never really thought that someone would be actually be counting the number of breaths a world leader would take and how that itself can be an overall indicator of health and help connect the dots of over reported health concerns. I’m now interested in what an analyst or medical expert can devise from observing our head of state.

The first airplane to fly in England had over 200 wings.


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One Response to Bag of Randomness for Wednesday, April 22, 2022

  1. Bryan B. says:

    I have had some wild ass dreams over the last month or so. I chalked it up to the fact that I a) I’ve slept pretty restlessly the whole time, b) haven’t been the healthiest eater and I’ve done late night snacking (thus the restless sleep), and c) I’ve kept odd hours due to being home a lot and working from home 2 days a week.

    I had no idea that KJU was thought to be in such bad health. I mean, I knew he was a big guy, but they don’t all die young.

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