Will Knauer sits in his new living room amid stacks of boxes and plastic storage tubs. It’s late April, and he’s been moving. The new house is yellow and sits near a […]
by Terry Hargrove All day long, I waited for doom to fall upon my brother’s head. He had skipped church that morning, hooked up with his friend Eastep, and spent his collection […]
The eye of the Tiger: does Woods have to choose between being a great golfer and a good human being?
Tiger Woods wrapped up the 2010 Open Championship at St. Andrews tied for 23rd and 13 strokes off the pace, “his worst finish at a major in which he completed 72 holes […]
The season of road trips or just rolling the windows down and burning prehistoric plant matter of the fun of it is upon us. Very few of people own vehicles with engine […]
The Windup Girl is now considered, if I can believe the chatter on various SF blogs, one of the front-runners for this year’s Hugo Award, and it’s pretty easy to see why. […]
Tricky Dick. Slick Willie. Toyota. Now … Apple? What the heck is so hard about the truth, especially when it’s clear that we live in a world where it gets harder and […]
“Ordinary life is pretty complex stuff.” Who said it?
So i was just walking down the street the other day and this guy in a trenchcoat sidled up to me and offered me some milk. Now i’ll partake in a little […]
Climate disruption denier Monckton responds to detailed scientific rebuttal with attempted intimidation (updated)
Christopher Monckton, Viscount of Brenchley, is a climate disruption denier in multiple ways. He’s denied that climate change is happening. He’s denied that human beings are causing the (unchanging) climate to change […]
Each day that I drive the 11 miles from my house to the university, I cross nine of America’s 601,396 bridges (as of 2008). Those nine are not likely to collapse. I […]