I see where Kansas has jumped on the freedom of religion/anti-science educational bandwagon. I have a few problems with this, but before I mention them, let me tell you a bit about my background. I’m a registered Republican. A Christian white male of fundamentalist training Raised in the conservative state of Montana Have had long… Continue reading A lick of sense in a forest of trees
Penny: You’re not really interested in the homeless, are you?
Dr. Horrible: No, I am, but… it’s a symptom. You’re treating a symptom while the disease rages on, consumes the human race. The fish rots from the head, so they say. So I’m thinking, why not cut off the head?
Penny: [pause] Of the human race?
Dr. Horrible: It’s not a… perfect metaphor.
My youngest son made a pun today. He delivered it, knew what it was and thought it was funny. All is well with the world.
So yesterday I introduced my youngest son to Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro, the first Miyazaki film I ever saw. Roughly, it’s about dust bunnies, but mostly it’s about awesome. He was absolutely entranced. Tonight, it’s The Emperor’s New Groove. $5 says he starts dancing to this one.
stall number 2 in the bathroom…im just going to apologize now!!!!
I’m going to miss his work.
Dave posted recently on one of the purposes of history. Or rather, he pondered a little bit on the purposes and then went on to use history as a means of illustrating some observations he was making. He looked at history, made note of some useful contexts related to what he was thinking about, and… Continue reading Why History?
Meanwhile, at the Aflac convention…
I happened to be reading this article when my oldest son looked over my shoulder and started reading along with me. This lead to a conversation of sorts with him, which I rather enjoyed. At first my son was actively against the shop owners. He said he would have sued the owners, too. Not because… Continue reading To each their own…decision.
Two things have to happen right now- Lunch and coffee. Lunch is optional.