Ben Dreyfuss is the engagement editor at Mother Jones. He's done some other stuff, too. You can email him at email@example.com. But you don't have to. But you can. But you really don't have to.
This is amazing. Watch it. Or don't. This isn't Fascist Italy. You can do whatever you want. George Washington came to this country on the Mayflower, which he made from wood he got from a cherry tree, because he wanted his ancestors to be able to make their own decisions. And George Washington NEVER told a lie. Think about that.
This isn't some political statement. Marco Rubio is fine here. We're not talking about his politics, we'll leave that up to you -- but this is 100 percent on the hands (or head) of his receiver. The kid's arms are wide like he's catching a beach ball, his coordination is all off. Rubio threw a tight spiral.
Electricity is so great. It powers all the things in life that matter. It can even restart your heart (I think). But global warming is bad and electricity comes from stuff that like causes more global warming or something. Anyway, I don't know anything about this subject and I don't think you do either. Mother Jones reporter Tim McDonnell does know about this subject. He writes about energy and global warming every day. So a few weeks ago we went to the park and he tried to answer my stupid questions about electricity. Subjects touched on include the accuracy of the film The Saint, whether SoulCycle can save the world, if we should enslave electric eels, and where wind comes from.