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Ternaugh last won the day on August 28

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  1. The set, Flotsam and Jetsam, by Peter Gabriel, on Tidal. It apparently dropped on streaming platforms and digital distribution a few days ago, and consists of 60 tracks of rarities, remixes, and b-sides.
  2. Cowboys & Aliens: One of the discs lurking in my Netflix DVD.com queue, I sat down to watch it today. Well, when I say that I "sat down", what I really mean to say is that I would frequently pause the disc and tinker with something around me*. The movie should have been a slam-dunk, but is instead an overly-long film with occasional bursts of action. (Netflix Blu-ray) *So, it turns out, it's a bad idea to leave alkaline batteries in unused remotes for long periods of time. Vinegar works well to remove the crusty residue, and Q-Tips are handy for reaching into the little nooks. This process was more entertaining to me than certain sections of the movie.
  3. Young Sherlock Holmes: Interesting "first adventure" of the great detective and his assistant, who must solve why a group of old men have been targeted for death. Features an early use of computer special effects provided by a little division of Industrial Light & Magic known as Pixar. (Amazon Prime)
  4. My co-worker says that (this song) "is the soundtrack of Hell, constantly on loop, for all eternity."
  5. America's already experimented with a Parliament.
  6. I feel sorry for the mathematicians, who obviously have to fight snakes on a plane.
  7. Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should. -- Ian Malcolm
  8. Their Chick tracts were delayed in the mail.
  9. The set of all prime numbers and the set of all integers are both countable infinities and are therefore both with cardinality of aleph-zero (the same "size"). You are correct that both sets are smaller than the set of all real numbers, which can be shown to be uncountable (and is represented as having cardinality aleph-one). And now, I'm going to go take something for my headache.
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