Monthly Archives: July 2007
Do we have the makings of a Holy War on our hands? I’m not sure, but I think the Catholic Church may be gearing up to enter the religious battleground and join the fray already in progress. If so, they’ll clash head-to-head with the Muslims, American Protestants, and the Bush Cabinet. Lock’em all in a […]
I was very pleased with our first reading group, so I think, if everyone’s agreeable, that we should do it again. Anniina suggested Oryx and Crake, by Margaret Atwood, and unless anyone has any major objections that’ll be our next book. Just remember, if you don’t like this one you should address your hate-mails to […]
In case you don’t live in San Antonio, we’ve been experiencing an exceptional amount of rain lately. In fact, it’s been raining so much, and so sporadically, that I’m beginning to become a tad suspicious. We just bought a house, and I now have my very own BBQ grill, but I can’t grill anything for […]
In August of 1986, my mother took me and my cousin, Brad, to see Transformers: The Movie. I’d already seen what I considered to be some pretty amazing movies by that time in my life. I’d seen the Star Wars movies, Ghostbusters, Superman I and II, and Back to the Future (Hey, leave me alone. […]
This photo very clearly illustrates why you should never snort a bunch of cocaine and then run from the police. Which is something I’ve been saying for a while. Please, don’t snort and drive through cornfields.