About Carl Faulhaber

In 1993, I was in a near-fatal car crash. Now I divide my life in two: BC (Before Crash) and AD (After Damage).

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Carl shared from Op-Ed Columnist: Go West, Young People! And East! in the Sunday Review section of The New York Times - Daily Edition for Kindle by NICHOLAS KRISTOF
    If someone who speaks three languages is trilingual, and a person who speaks four languages is quadrilingual, what is a person called who speaks no foreign language at all? Answer: An American.
  • Carl shared from Opinion: The Fat Drug in the Sunday Review section of The New York Times by PAGAN KENNEDY
    In 2002 Americans were about an inch taller and 24 pounds heavier than they were in the 1960s, and more than a third are now classified as obese.
    Note: Diet & lifestyle are the main problems why Americans are more obese now than ever before.
  • Carl shared from Op-Ed Columnist: The Compassion Gap in the Sunday Review section of The New York Times by NICHOLAS KRISTOF
    There is an income gap in America, but just as important is a compassion gap.
  • Carl shared from Contributing Op-Ed Writer: What You Learn in Your 40s in the Sunday Review section of The New York Times by PAMELA DRUCKERMAN
    Everyone is winging it, some just do it more confidently.
    Note: There are no grown-ups.
  • Carl shared from Opinionator: College, the Great Unleveler in the Sunday Review section of The New York Times by SUZANNE METTLER
    Higher education is becoming a caste system, separate and unequal for students with different family incomes.
    Note: Higher education leads to financial ruin for many.
  • Carl shared from Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative by Austin Kleon
    The writer Wilson Mizner said if you copy from one author, it’s plagiarism, but if you copy from many, it’s research.
  • Carl shared from Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative by Austin Kleon
    School is one thing. Education is another. The two don’t always overlap.
    Note: School yourself is the best education.