MacBooks, Melodies and Melancholy.
Daily Archive: August 27, 2013
“I’ll get the right arm, you get the left. One of us will have the actual agents, and the other will have saline solution.”
Continuing with the recent, curious trend of deeming my comments worthy of being highlighted in posts of their own, our friend Murali sent me an email
Wise words from a nerd on Syria, chemical weapons, and Western intervention.
Jonathan Chait is reasonably sure that “killing some of the Syrians who are soldiers wantonly killing civilians will probably lead to a net decrease in killing,” and with that let the bombing commence.
Starting today, Ordinary Times is pleased to announce a new regular sub-blog category, Ordinary Tales. Ordinary Tales will feature fiction, poetry, personal essays, original music, and visual art submissions.
Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor, Mr. Robertson
Rufus takes a stab at explaining why he finds the local culture where he lives to be pathological but not in decline.
While the President and his administration prime the American public for war with Syria, a look at some of the day’s most prevalent writing on the topic demonstrates just how little anyone knows about what might happen after the country does so.
It’s no secret around here that I’m an obsessive fan of the Buffalo Bills and an only slightly less obsessive fan of the New York Mets. This is a depressing enough combination as it...
Who’s the Wedge Antilles in the “Star Wars” of your life?
Installment 13 of the Babylon 5 Viewing Club! The introductory post was here, The Soul Hunter was covered here, and Born to the Purple was covered right here. After that was Infection. Then came...