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  1. Actually, this one is from last January, but I didn’t get around to writing it down until now:

    Stop procrastinating.

  2. The God of Wanderlust and the Goddess of Natural Wonders and Beauty insist that I resolve to make a months long moto road trip using the thin lines on real time moto road trip planners.

  3. My resolution is to get through my wedding in one piece.

    Sadly, I suspect I’m going to fail this resolution.

  4. Continue to be myself.

    It’s been fun reading this blog. Thank you all.

    I wish everyone a happy, healthy and peaceful new year!

  5. Randy,

    Good list. Everybody should read it.

    Gives me the idea that I should dress up as radiation next Halloween and really scare the hell out of people. Nuclear! Boo!


    How do I get me some of these?




    You will find that it is impossible to be sad any longer.


    That’s my favorite.

    John Opie,

    The physics diet never fails: calories in <= calories out.

    Dan Hughes,

    Let us know if you do.


    I'm probably forgetting somebody. Happy New Year!

  6. Matt, the hardest part is successfully resisting the urge to throttle your teenagers. Good luck and 新年快乐.

  7. Stamp out racism forever! It’s actually very simple and a panacea to boot: no one will be able to speak or act without permission – aka ‘prior authorization’ – “from where the Sun now sets forever.” So Hear me my people, take the vow with me now even before Congress acts! Display your globally pure intentions, from the gray matter…..to the “unconscious”….to the medulla oblongata now! eeeeeeeehaaaawww!!!

  8. randy birch,

    Enjoyed the review of Nuclear Power: Villain or Victim. But, really. Dr. Carbon (14)? Has to be a pseudonym!

  9. I promise to never post on statistics. And to never let a statistician know that I’ve recently posted on statistics.

    I promise to take the last 30 years–which I have used to dis-learn everything I ever learned in Snedecor–as an indicator that my proficiency in statistics has been diminshed to a point that I will never again suggest that I know anything about statistics.

    I resolve to return to the fold of those who can’t do the math.

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