Taking on the big challenges of literature.
I don’t praise Hefner, but then neither do I condemn him either. He is human a mixture of good and bad and that is what should be remembered.
The original Fallout from 1997 is available *FOR FREE* until midnight tonight on Steam. Get it fast!
Curves And Surfaces are SEXY!
(Extra exclamation points in honor of Jaybird coming home soon.)
This week: Food, Drink, Doctors, Medicine, and Religion!
It’s time to move on.
The USA, including its territories.
Gabriel Conroy examines the appeal to disbelief.
How things got here.
We’ll do it live.
In which the victory of Roy Moore deflates the myth that Trumpism is primarily about Trump.
Money, money, money.
Magdiel Sanchez had a very good reason for not following the orders that Oklahoma City Police were giving him. That reason did not save his life.
The true legacy of racism.
Pickings were kinda thin these past two weeks, lots of stories that were ho-hum variations on topics discussed before. But there was still some stuff that caught my eye.
So how did New Zealand’s election go?
Parting thoughts on the former next Madame President. (Or: I listened to 16 hours of Hillary Clinton so you don’t have to.)
The Christmas status of Die Hard, Rachel and Joey, the alleged villain of Titanic, and other age-old entertainment debates.
Trump’s campaign hats are why Trump won
A handful of long-put-off delights and a new game I’d never heard of until Jaybird bought it for me.
There’s been a stunning lack of candor about the staying power of the ACA.
This week: Science, Technology, Family, Sports, and Relationships!
I miss the days when late night comedians didn’t talk about politics all the time.
Autumn has arrived.
The origins of a crisis.
Attack and be attacked.
Country music loses another…
Conservatives continue to deal with the death of fusionism and the challenge of figuring out what comes next.
Disrupt kindergarten! No, wait, that’s not right…
On Saturday New Zealand has an election, who are the main players and what are the big issues?
Prosecuting parents, checking in on Blago, and more…
Tourism is sinking Iceland.
What’s in your book pile?
How do you verify identity in a digital democracy?