Wednesday, June 29, 2011
I’m glad that California children now have the right to have their innocent minds warped by these games. Still, I doubt the Founders specifically prepared for this eventuality when they were hammering out the Bill of Rights. But maybe I’m wrong. After all, the Supreme Court justices are learned jurisprudists, and, “Hey, it’s probably in there somewhere, and if not, just cite Erznoznik v. Jackson,” as George Mason once told Justice Scalia, according to Scalia. But to be quite honest, the Founders would probably have been a bit alarmed at their children’s ability to control the demonically possessed moving picture box, whether there was graphic violence involved or not. Violent video games? The Founders probably approved! - ComPost - The Washington Post
Friday, June 24, 2011
Michele Bachmann, when she turns her head toward the cameras and brandishes her pearls and her ageless, unblemished neckline and her perfect suburban orthodontics in an attempt to reassure the unbeliever of her non-threateningness, is one of the scariest sights in the entire American cultural tableau. She’s trying to look like June Cleaver, but she actually looks like the T2 skeleton posing for a passport photo. Michele Bachmann’s Holy War | Rolling Stone Politics
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Now playing… Batman, Arkham Asylum for PC

Now playing… Batman, Arkham Asylum for PC

Friday, June 10, 2011
Why do regular customers come in three times or more a month?" DeWitt asks. "What more could a guy ask for: great food, sports, beer and a cute girl to look at. We don’t go real deep. 'Breastaurants' Ring Up Big Profits
Thursday, June 2, 2011 Wednesday, May 25, 2011
World of Faith

World of Faith

Monday, May 16, 2011
I used to prepare for traveling. Now, I jump on planes, trains and automobiles with no idea of where I am or where I’m going, trusting my fate to a little blue GPS dot that I assume is not trying to murder me. Outlook’s Third Annual Spring Cleaning List: Smartphones - The Washington Post
Saturday, May 14, 2011 Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Wednesday, April 13, 2011