No real point beyond WTF?
In honor of Back to the Future Day, I will share my own spotty efforts at futurism.
Exploring for revenue.
For forty days and forty nights Burt Likko has labored to safeguard his own ignorance of all things superficially political and inconsequential, and focus instead on meaning and happiness. Can he do it for three more weeks?
Oh, it has an allure like unto pornography or narcotics. Eschew! Eschew!
Tomorrow it may be a different one…
What’s for breakfast at your place?
This Week: Education, Gridiron, Food, Body, Mind, & Spirit!
It doesn’t go well for VW.
What, it takes three years of law school to do that?
This week! Money, Media, Religious Liberty, Politics, Crime, Fear, and the United States!
Europe. Refugees. Conflict.
This Week! Crime, Education, Housing, Transportation, Smartphones, and Culture!
So, how’s that avoid-the-political-BS-machine thing going, Burt?
Yeah, no Scott Walker didn’t actually mean to say ‘Yeah’ the way you thought he meant have meant it.
Reflections on of a very good book about the financial crisis
This week: Education, Politics, Refugees, United States, and the World!
Burt Likko undertakes to sample the life of an idiot.
Donald Trump’s candidacy is a referendum on our current system of choosing candidates based on which ones make the fewest verbal missteps.
The suckiest Labor Day weekend Kim Davis can remember will turn out to have been only fifteen minutes long in the cultural zeitgeist.
Pascal wrote, “Too much and too little wine. Give him none, he cannot find truth; give him too much, the same,” so I recommend a reading this with a drink or two.
Choose Wisely, Kiwis!
When is an adult’s presence with a child or amongst children cause for alarm?
An indulgence in what would be an act of political courage and principle, if it were to actually take place, which we all know it will not.
The cleverness of rendering aid to cretinism.
Will and Tod recently read Barton Swaim’s The Speechwriter and are planning to talk about it soon. You should consider reading it yourself.
Who needs the Moon anyway?
This week: Trump, Freedom, Danger, Prison, Courts, Courtship, and Bears!
This essay is about reading gay porn before class. And it resurrects an Ideological Outrage Of The Day from 2012. And a graphic novel. And striking out romantically. And Richard Dawkins.
This week! Safety, Media, Healthcare, Culture, and United States
The Donald rules. Bill de Blasio drools.
A story of alternate universes involving one where Dr Seuss is bad and the Berenstein Bears are misspelled.
This week: Headlines, Crime, Economics, Sesame Street, and Russia!
In which Presidential peccadilloes, parables of patrimony, and persuasive proof pool to peer into a prosaic psyche.