I saw the Dead Sea Scrolls this past Friday over spring break. It's rather neat to look at writing that old and see that not only is it still completely legible, but that a great deal of the scrolls are about local laws and not holy texts.
Finished House of Leaves over break as well. That's a book I'll be rereading for years to come, I think.
School is getting into high gear on the work front, so that's not fun. On the plus side, I got three poems accepted for our school literary magazine.
At The Atlantic: Bryan Caplan's entry in the "kids today! Amirite?" sweepstakes - At *The Atlantic, *Bryan Caplan says "The World Might Be Better Off Without College for Everyone." ( https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/01/wh...
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