About that science fair.

We also got ribbons.

These are the faces of believing that children are the future. We also got ribbons.

There was one little badass who set up a table and challenged male and female passersby to hold their hand in icy water for as long as they could, to see which gender tolerated pain better. You’ll be pleased to know that she found no differences.

Also I have a twitter now, because it turns out oh shit people read this. Please bear with me while I battle a congenital reluctance to adopt new technologies. And thanks for all these RT things–this is the most effective I’ve ever been at spreading ire.

And here is your daily moment of zen:

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One Response to About that science fair.

  1. Pingback: Why I cheerlead for science even though sometimes I think it hates me | Unsolicited Honesty

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