No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

Dr. Tepring Piquado

She didn't win, but I got to vote for Dr. Tepring Piquado for State Assembly. Not only is she a neuroscientist and former science/math teacher, but her parents named her after T'Pring, Spock's coldly calculating Vulcan fiancee. Not a particularly auspicious choice, but still awesome. Latter article has a nice rundown of other scientists running in the local area.

Jess Phoenix, a geologist who studies volcanoes, is one of the Democrats challenging Rep. Steve Knight, a Republican from Palmdale, in the June 5 primary in L.A. County’s most-watched congressional race. She says she’d bring to Washington, D.C., a scientific approach to problem-solving and “Star Trek values,” the latter a reference to the science-fiction franchise’s civil-rights themes and racial diversity.

My people!

Tags: politics, science, wordplay

  • You Look Like A Thing And I Love You / The Witchfinder's Sister

    You Look Like A Thing And I Love You, by Janelle Shane The book seems to be a reworking of material Shane has shared in her AI weirdness blog. On…

  • Burnt by Global Warming

    It came from the Christian Forums... Moron: " a single volcanic eruption releases more polution than all of mankind has throughout our history…

  • Test

    Content has been migrated to dreamwidth. This is a test of crossposting to LJ. --- link

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded