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Jonathan McLeod

Jonathan McLeod is a writer living in Ottawa, Ontario. (That means Canada.) He spends too much time following local politics and writing about zoning issues. Follow him on Twitter.

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  1. Kazzy says:

    Heh, I think I’ve already linked to (via comments, not a post) a German scientist who argues on behalf of not only nose picking, but eating the, er, findings. He did so somewhat tongue in cheek, but did note that there was evidence to back up such actions improving one’s immune system.Report

  2. Mike Schilling says:

    eating the, er, findings. He did so somewhat tongue in cheek,


  3. Glyph says:

    Kudos to these brave scientists for standing up to the “bogeyman” of autonasalhygenophobia.Report

  4. Reformed Republican says:

    Sometimes, if you have particularly hairy nostrils, no amount of blowing will get that stuff out of there. You have to do what you have to do.

    Or so I have heard . . . from a friend.Report

    • Glyph in reply to Reformed Republican says:

      In my family we call the ones that are dangling at the nostril’s edge, moving back and forth in the inhaled/exhaled breeze, “greeters”.

      Because they’re like those folks that stand at the Walmart door and wave.Report

  5. Kolohe says:

    Getting a solid first round pick is pretty satisfying, if it all works out.Report

  6. Jaybird says:

    Any headline in The National Post that starts with the word “Saskatchewan” is not intended to be read seriously.Report