[00:03]Norman Kember, who was held captive in Iraq almost four years ago,
[00:08]advised Moore to trust his own feelings rather than the guidance
[00:13]of expert psychiatrists as he comes to term with freedom
[00:17]after 31 months in captivity.
[00:23]This success, coupled with later research
[00:26]showing that memory itself is not genetically determined,
[00:31]led Ericsson to conclude that the act of memorizing
[00:35]is more of a cognitive exercise than an intuitive one.
[00:43]"The theme of holding out for true love (whatever that is -
[00:49]look at the divorce rate) permeates our collective mentality,"
[00:53]writes Gottlieb, a 40-year-old single mother.
[01:01]Pretty soon it became clear that some people had comparative advantages
[01:07]at certain tasks (my wife at raking), while others
[01:11]had comparative and absolute advantages at other tasks
[01:16](a burly retired ophthalmic surgeon at cutting with shears).
[01:25]Democrats should take another look at what really happened
[01:29]in Massachusetts and then summon the nerve to enact comprehensive reform.
[01:36]They must make clear to voters that they have little to fear.
[01:46]John McWhorter,a linguist and controversialist of mixed liberal
[01:52]and conservative views, sees the triumph of 1960s
[01:57]counter-culture as responsible for the decline of formal English.
[02:08]"I think it's clear we're at a decisive moment in the Afghan campaign,"
[02:13]British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said
[02:17]after a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels.
[02:26]A: Where is my photo album, mom?
[02:29]B: In the second drawer of your desk.