The weirdest thing about forgiveness is that in the end it really isn’t about the person you’re forgiving, it’s about you.
It’s OK to be scared by scary things. Driving in the snow is one of them.
Masque of the Red Death: A game for 4-7 people who know how to play board games.
Mattress sales, appliances, birthdays
Linky Friday this weeks delves into the world of Amazon: HQ2 cancelled, NYC reacts, business, economics, Jeff Bezos, politics, unions & more
Folks just don’t speed like they used to.
While I will likely not eschew reading the news altogether, I have certainly become a more judicious consumer of it in recent times.
Great by any name (The 40th, The Great G Minor, The One That Goes Dah-dah-dah, Dah-dah-dah , Dah-dah-dah-dah)
Somethings were never meant to be.
Your weekly roundup of legal news, this week featuring suicidal chickens, bug infested lawyers, NYPD vs. Google, teacher strikes, dumb criminals and more.
The cognizant card.
I remember how, more than any other game I have played, Alpha Centauri inspired me to learn about the literature & philosophy from which it drew inspiration
Oscar Gordon’s Tech Tuesday, this week: Last ride of the Tornado, welding, voice to the voiceless, self-healing polymers, rainmaking, China, and more.
Early and often?
A bingeable podcast series confronts the big question, “Are We Doomed?”
We need a brand-new approach to relieving human pain. Our existing solutions pack our prisons, sentence nonviolent offenders to life and exacerbate one of the worst and most avoidable tragedies in recent memory.
Your Ordinary World for Monday 11Feb2018 with links to stories and POV’s you need from across the web and around the world. Read, share, & discuss
Eventually the bill comes due.
In a snowstorm on Boom Island, Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) touted her home state roots while announcing her ambitions for the highest office in the land.
Lost in Space is an enjoyable watch your whole family can enjoy and I felt represented by it in a way that I oftentimes don’t.
Thank goodness art can be reassessed!
Who’s calling and why?
A quick take on the young adult movie from 2017, Swallows and Amazons.
Remembering pen and paper single player games… specifically, the Dragonlance one with the gnomes.
A practicing Muslim requested the presence of his imam at his execution and was told no; he’d have to make do with the prison’s Christian chaplain or no spiritual leader at all as he met his state-sponsored end. SCOTUS agreed.
New controversies are swirling in the Old Dominion as the chaos in Richmond continues into a second week. Here is the latest in the ever-changing landscape of Virginia government scandal:
Albert Finney has died. He was 82.
So … that’s the GND. So what do I think of it? To be honest, I’d expect more out of a freshman year term paper.
Love is an active decision we make after being thrown together by fate or destiny.
A look back at some of the movies that stood out in 2018
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ tradition of brining you links and music from across the web and around the world. This week: Planes, Trains, & Automobiles.
Preparing for the upcoming culturally mandatory “date-night”.
Even in acknowledging Bradford Jr.’s innocence, Marshall cannot help but to parrot the line that the Hoover Police Department used in its various tellings of the story: that Bradford Jr. was a threat. Even though he was not a threat. Even though he was innocent.