Around this time back in 1898, something called the Dreyfus Affair got wrangled in to the light by one Émile Zola, who had the vision to write a ostentatious accusation against the French government in the form of an open letter in the L’Aurore newspaper. Known by its headline – “J’Accuse!” – it’s outrageousness prompted the French Government to sue for libel, a move which back-fired because it made all their documents exposing the allegations of treason against Alfred Dreyfus as false and fueled by anti-semitism subject to the public record. Also today, we look toward a groundhog to predict the weather. Is there anywhere for our monkey brains to land between Outrage and Animism? This week, Members, let’s find out.