中午1320 三寶炒荷。山外，看100本，買The Search for the Picturesque：Landscape Aesthetics and Tourism in Britain, 1760-1800
生氣：勘誤表 陸續建構中：【轉危為安】 By W. Edwards Deming ，2015版
The last Friday of the summer season is now upon us. As the days shorten and the leaves change and the year staggers toward its frigid terminus in the dead of winter, we at Wonkblog have been thinking about the inevitable conclusions of our own lives, and wondering how much of our potential we've squandered already.
So naturally, we made a fun little calculator to find out.
The name of the game here is average life expectancy. And we wanted to keep it as simple as possible, so it's based on the absolute minimum of variables: your age and your gender. Obviously, in reality, there are a lot of variables that go into your specific life expectancy, including, well, random chance.
The calculations come courtesy of Social Security, which publishes an actuarial life table showing the average years of life remaining for men and women at all ages from 0 to 119.