Seen on the sidewalks of America: How do they know? Sure, they might look the same, but that’s no guarantee, as Chris Dodd and Josef Stalin know. Plus, maybe they’re fraternal twins, and how would you know that? I suspect a ruse. People looking
The Cranberry Jello Revolution has begun! Do not bring that gelatin to a boil.
Affluence. Clink. Constitution. Crocus. Factotum. Flax. Gruel. Hacksaw. Impudence. Onomatopoeia. Plutocrats. Pottage. Public. Serenity. Troops. Utterance. Widget. What other words belong on this list?
Empty shelves are emerging this week in American groceries. Where food used to be sold, now there is nothing, as far as I can see.
There are plusses and minuses to every political position. Take conservatism, for instance, as embodied in this logo for the “hardcore conservative” website. Conservatism is an empowering political ideology, fitting all sorts under its umbrella — human and non-human alike. Join the conservative movement
Pareidolia is the human tendency to see meaning in randomness, to find intention and meaning where there is none. I know this, but being human I can’t will my brain to stop finding faces in smoke and ducks in clouds. Or uncanny resemblances in sliced carrots.
The example of movie after movie should give clear guidance to astrophysical engineers. Time and again Our Hero manages to keep the spaceship Galactro, or Phaeson, or Whatever, from destroying itself with only 3 seconds to spare. Why? Because somebody put their coffee mug on
From the University of North Georgia Spring 2015 Professional and Continuing Education Catalog… Why follow when you can coast to victory using your white male privilege?
“Every word of God is flawless” — Proverbs 30:5 My word, it’s true.
Beware! The ent is near.