“Wages tend to be high for engineers and low for elementary education majors, suggesting that perhaps much of the wage differences between majors are due to differences in mathematical ability and high school course work,” the authors write.
Interesting song. Everything about this song is nice except the lyrics…There’s something not so pleasant about enunciated swearing in songs (even though “shitty” is hardly a swear word anymore). Reminds me of Lilly Allen’s F You http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8VZX4sHn-4&ob=av2e (actually a lot of her songs). But the video is interesting.
For the 280 men and one woman executed in Texas between 2000 and 2012, “love” was the mightiest word — by an overwhelming margin, with three out of five saying the word in their last living moments.
Dylan C. Lathrop and GOOD created this graphic with a word cloud generated from the offenders’ final thoughts shortly before they were put to death. The word “love” was used by 173 of the 281 people. That’s more than 60 percent. Nearly half of them mentioned religion in some form, using “God” and “Jesus” and “Lord,” to name a few. And note the petitions of prayer, expressions of apology and notions of family are present in their minds. Some were silent, others were defiant — and I’m guessing that’s why “warden” shows up so prominently.