George Harrison Explains Why Everyone Should Play the Ukulele, With Words and Music
Well, that seals the deal. I'm going to dust off my #ukulele tonight and start strumming again tonight.
Marc Bellemare has confirmed his original finding that the more farmers markets there are per million people in a state, the more cases of norovirus and campylobacter cases there are.
> Our estimates indicate that for every additional farmers market per million, there are six additional cases of food-borne illness per million, and that a doubling of the number of farmers markets in the average state-year would be associated with an economic cost of at least $220,000.
A lot of people are going to say farmers markets cause food-borne illness. And Jayson Lusk has argued recently that big is better for food safety. I'm having trouble, though, wrapping my head around what might constitute a counter argument. Is there a way to measure concentration in the food industry and some aspect of food borne illness?
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Cracking good story, so well reported.
Makes me wonder about the cost -- human and financial -- of doing this sort of thing in this day and age. I don't give 538 any support, but I definitely would if there were an easy way to do so on a per article basis.
That's interesting. Any details?
I really hope this isn't bad news for @withknown