Four-day weekend Mailbag
My dream to become a bariatric surgery influencer and the case for self-interest in politics
Somehow another school break is happening, and we’ve hopped down to Texas so Jose can visit his grandparents. I think non-parents underestimate how goofy school schedules are. It’s great if mom and dad both work in the subscription newsletter industry and have super flexible schedules, but it’s pretty impractical for normal people.
On a more positive note, we’re seeing some progress on transmission line construction, a hydrogen-powered regional jet that points the way to a potential path for decarbonizing air travel, some good news on emissions trends, and cities are now able to save money with municipal solar projects.
Let’s do some questions.
Claire: I had a nightmare recently where I was in the beginning of the ‘The Last of Us’ zombie apocalypse and was somehow stuck with Matt. In my dream, I was very deferential to Matt’s opinions about what we should do, and then when I woke up, I was aghast because I assume he would have pretty bad instincts about what to do in these types of sce…
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