A good thing about having projects that are too big for computers to do quickly is that sometimes you get a few minutes here and there to do other things while you wait on the computer. I found this in such a time today. It's a brief article in the London Free Press about actor Teri Garr, who revealed in 2002 that she has MS. I particularly enjoyed this quotation, though I don't share the sentiment:
Garr says she has a set answer for anyone who tells her how much they ache because she has the disease: "My heart bleeds for you too because you're an idiot. There'll be a cure for MS one day. There's no cure for being an idiot."