Greg and Patrick, perched in a glass booth high above New York’s Times Square, ring in 2022 with the help of some friends by counting down quantitative New Year’s resolutions.
Along the way they also mention QPod catheters, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, groin height, yelling at NPR, Shimmer, O’Nuckles, intellectual gooses, European Quanterati, smoldering corpses, Dilbert, Dom Perignon, quant club, organ grinders, and non-contiguous sub-4-minute miles.
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