Monthly Archive: November 2013

Mr. Relative Comes Around

“Older people can sometimes lose their reflexes,” said Mrs. Niece. “And their coordination. I mean, maybe you haven’t, but they do need to check.”


Our very own Fish gives his first impressions of the big expansion to X-Com: Enemy Unknown

When Plan B really isn’t

Have a substantial number of American women been buying a contraceptive worthless to them?

Living By Faith, Dwelling In Doubt: A Conversation

Kyle Cupp and Tod Kelly discuss Kyle’s new book. Along the way, Kyle waxes on his approach to faith and doubt, along with his daughter, the Pope, abortion, Paul Ricoeur, Job, and Firefly.

Monday Trivia #141 [Mark Thompson Wins!]

These are the largest 100 cities, in a particular order: Washington (DC), Newark, Baltimore, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, New Orleans, St. Louis, Birmingham, Cleveland, Memphis, Jersey City, Cincinnati, Boston, Norfolk, Baton Rouge, Detroit, Milwaukee,...


On erasers. Also, what are you reading and/or watching?


Rabbis! Mister Microphones! What are you playing?


Sending out those varied and sundry feelers for the varied and sundry stories…

Keep your hands off my social engineering!

I recently read the Yahoo!Shine article, Christmas 2013: What Little Girls and Boys Want is Really Depressing, and I can’t really tell you why. There’s no grand insight; it’s a fairly standard commentary on the...