The best sentences we read today

September 6, 2013

-- "Americans have thought differently about agriculture for a long time—and not by accident."

-- "Japan’s nuclear power plants have been under attack by jellyfish since the 1960s, with up to 150 tons per day having to be removed from the cooling system of just one power plant."

-- "The ultimate question is whether, under Obamacare, people buying insurance on their own think they are getting a good deal."

-- "I had originally heard the word from an advertising writer named Howie Krakow back in 1970 or 1971 who insisted it was the funniest word in the world."

-- "The traveling salesman problem grows considerably more complex when you actually have to think about the happiness of the salesman. "

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