Editor’s Note–TFF Issue 28

Root cause analysis is important. Years ago, I owned a Chevy S-10 pickup truck. It had a rotted tailgate; it shifted like I was trying to push a toothpick through modeling clay; and it would occasionally send perfume bursts of gasoline fumes into the cab when the fuel injectors malfunctioned. But I thought it was […]

Collective Settling

While on vacation, Amy convinced me to do my normal exercising and forget about reaching my 750 calorie goal, which, because of previous laziness, would have required extra effort. She said I needed to relax and enjoy vacation. I gave her crap because she’s equally as obsessive as I am, but she was right. We […]