Please don’t defend Roy Moore. At least not where I can hear it.
[CN: more or less the same as yesterday’s feature, to which this one relates. Relationships with a very large age gap, where one partner is a teenager. I was personally very upset by one sentence in here, but because of how very well it articulated something the author criticizes, a thing that my father also wanted and shouldn’t have wanted – a thing that another old man I know who is on trial right now also wanted and shouldn’t have wanted – not because of anything explicit. The essay was more than worth the resulting flashbacks, but I was grateful to have been warned before I read it. Can you have a trigger warning for insight? (Don’t get distracted into debating that in the comments, please.) — Maribou]
The fault lies not in the stars, but in the politicians, our gods, and our media.
A photo Jaybird took in small-town Michigan, and our usual various and sundry weekend doings.
War and rumors of war and like things.
On call, off call, or just email. Or fax.,
The future is now. Except it isn’t, because if it was it would be the future.
Night descends on Poland…
Sometimes you want a story where the main character has absolutely no desire to be the protagonist.
Checking in on CyberPunk 2077
I had this sneaking suspicion that the reason I’d been born at all was to rid the world of Ferris Bueller.
This week: Crime, Transportation, Food, Money, and Energy!
DMing for co-workers. Sigh.
Virginia may well be a blue state now. But the GOP should press the panic button either way.
Watching the watchers.
This is why science can’t have nice things…
Office, office, work, work. Or no work.
Albums that still hold up.
Forcing political parties to adapt is reasonably close to a no-brainer, in my view. The only people who would disagree are the political parties that would be so forced.
Better pickings this time around. Enjoy folks!
Because adoption and doctoral education as practiced in the United States are hallmarks of multicultural policy
Learn about learning.
Book or Bell?
A surprisingly subversive children’s book
The power of shame. The power of debate.
This Week: Immigration, Housing, Space, Healthcare, and Sex Crimes.
To Get To The Top Of The Wall
The workings of the mind.
The rule of the road is less risky is better than more risky, but there is no unrisky.
Congratulations Houston Astros! Or On To Game Seven! We’ll see if I edit this after the game but before this post goes live.
This is the poem I try to remember to read every November 1st
Haunted by some of the ghosts of 1992
A few quick observations on the indictment of Paul Manafort
Some past, some present, All-America.
The Ins and Outs of a Polynesian Halloween.
The Punisher is coming out with his own series… and wondering about the change of tone
The Last RPG