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Monthly Archives: July 2012
I may try to make them switchable later on, but for the moment, do you like this one better, the old one, or does it not make a difference one way or the other?
You may recall a couple of days ago I wondered, based on his weirdly literal originalism, whether Justice Scalia might support an assault weapons ban since no one in 1791 considered such a thing. Well, it seems others have wondered … Continue reading
Apparently New Orleans have been keeping this to themselves for decades, the bastards. This method makes the best coffee I’ve ever tasted, bar freaking none. It totally rocks and it’s easy! Get some good coffee, preferably something in a … Continue reading
“What? Yes, I can hold.” Steve put his hand over the mouthpiece and muttered, “Some more.” He’d thought there was nothing more annoying than being on hold, until he’d discovered being on hold on a fricking landline of all the … Continue reading
Just after the anniversary of the Moon landing, America’s first woman in space, Sally Ride, has died at 61 of cancer. If ever a woman *really* broke the glass ceiling, that would be Ride, Sally Ride. I’m sure she inspired … Continue reading
It might seem weird to even ask the question, but Justice Scalia in January of 2011 made headlines by claiming that women are not protected under the 14th Amendment because the Congress of 1868 would not have considered them included … Continue reading
My first sight of you still burns in my memory, dancing the excerpted Carina Burana piece like a living flame on the school stage, far too good for a mere school talent show. Your costume had those floating silk streamers … Continue reading
The kids of Kasese Humanist Primary School get their chicken coop. Thanks everyone!
Over on the right you’ll see a widget to chip in to help the kids of Kasese Humanist Primary School in Uganda get a chicken coop. You’ll be helping some underprivileged kids in a poor African country feed themselves while … Continue reading