The third movie featuring Thor, the Norse god of thunder, is coming out in theaters on the 8th of November – Brits get to see it first. I wonder, how many films will Thor need to be in before we can be said to be worshiping him again?
Also, does the fact that the actor [...]
What is the one subject in the world that matters most to you?
What is the one act you most despise?
What have you always promised yourself you’d learn more about when you only had a moment to spare?
If you could live your life over, what would you be that you aren’t?
I’ll answer, [...]
Yesterday, I noticed the recent Twitter posting of a disgraced former GOP chair:
“In right-to-carry states the violent crime rate is 24% lower than the rest of the US and the murder rate is 28% lower.”
A quick look at the latest available Uniform Crime Reports shows that this claim is not true. But I [...]
I’m writing today from Istanbul, where I’ve been talking to a friend of mine who has been an active participant in the recent wave of demonstrations in Istanbul’s Taksim Square. “I never thought this could happen,” he told me. “The square was not one place filled with demonstrators of one mind. So many people [...]
In the soil, under the branches, I found earthworms. [...]
At this point, I can’t think of a single political organization that has my trust. I look at the field of potential presidential candidates in 2016, for all the political parties, big and small, and shudder. [...]
From Ninjago: “I may look totally different, and evil may now course through my veins, but I am still the same man you married.”
From Wonder Woman in Justice League of America comic number 38: “As I told you before, Steve Trevor, I can’t marry you until my services are no longer needed to [...]
There is a great deal we aren’t being told about Benghazi. Here are the seven questions about Benghazi that concern me the most. [...]
Weed, wildflower, free birdfeeder, or something else?
The moment that the Prince of Cambridge was born, thick storm clouds over the field where I was playing soccer opened up, revealing the warm glow of the sun, as members of both teams sank to their knees and gave praise.
Children in the towns nearby began eating their Brussels sprouts without complaint, and the [...]
This morning, while breaking up camp on Mount Desert Island, I noticed that someone had placed a small polyester American flag next to a water spigot. In the course of regular use, the water spigot had hit the soil, kicked up some of that soil, and in the process placed dirt on the American flag. [...]