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Happy Birthday

You’re lucky to have such a beautiful photo.

Happy… probably your birthday based on my prior but without any direct data to support that inference I can’t give p < 0.05 :-)

Hey Wikipedia says Andrew’s birthday is Feb 11, so it must be true (unless it’s maybe plagiarized!) so maybe it’s happy birthday to your sister! Or just happy beautiful photo day.

but PLEASE don’t tell me it’s the BLOG DELAY!

Happy B’day, terrific picture!

https://lsa.umich.edu/psych/news-events/all-news/awards/susan-gelman-receives-the-aps-2020-william-james-fellow-award.html

Congrats to your sister!

Adorable photo. Congrats