Observations on the week’s analysis and commentary.
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“Ironically, though a woman can use looks to attract love, it seems women are most beautiful when they are realizing how much they are loved.” —Illinois
“What kind of leader decides to leave for a week while his country is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy? No true leader would do that! That’s like the CEO of any billion-dollar company taking a week’s vacation while his/her company undergoes a major fraud investigation. This hypothetical is exactly what Biden is doing to this country. All while only worrying about himself.” —Michigan
Re: Chocolate Milk and the Nanny State
“I’ve worked as a dishwasher for a school lunch program. I could tell when we had run out of chocolate milk — the number of water glasses needing to be washed increased quickly. Meanwhile, we had to watch the expiration dates on the low-fat plain milk. This scheme will be as big a waste as Michelle Obama’s salad menus. If you tell the children they have to take the white milk, much of it will just go into the waste bucket. It makes much more sense to cut the sugar incrementally; find out how much sugar can be reduced in each food item without the children preferring to go hungry rather than consuming it.” —Minnesota
Re: In Brief: The Federal Dirty Dish Rule
“Once again, the ecofascists are ignoring science. It takes a certain minimum amount of energy to break the bonds between a dish and food debris stuck to it. There is a maximum amount that can be dissolved or suspended in water without it becoming ineffective at cleaning. It is impractical to build a water treatment module into dishwashers; it will cost much more energy to run and maintain it than bringing in more water. Dishwashers can be made more efficient by replacing induction motors with more efficient types, and some reduction of energy use and noise can be obtained by applying computational fluid dynamics to the design of pumps, valves, and other plumbing, but the cost will be high. Any jet engine designer will attest to that.” —Minnesota
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