“Perhaps there is reason to believe the philosopher who realized, to his dismay, that the truth is precisely that which is transformed the instant it is revealed, becoming thereby only one of many possible opinions, open to debate, disagreement, controversy, but also to mystification. In other words, there is no truth.” – Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya

Amelia enjoys following the blog statistics that show what people type into their search engines that result in arrival at Frelinghuysenfolly. Frequently(this week) it was people who were searching the “cost of the Iraq war” that end up here; and more interestingly are the people who search “Hinky Meter.” But my favorite of all this week is the person who searched “women and wood chopping” and ended up reading Frelinghuysenfolly!