Take Me Out to The Ball Game isn’t the only song about baseball.
Monthly Archive: March 2014
Nob’s Random Thoughts on the Weinstein Piece and Climate Change Morality.
Chances are you already know Saul DeGraw, the long-time commenter and frequent guest-poster New Dealer. (If not, read about him here!) OT is pleased to welcome Saul as our newest regular contributor.
Fifty U.S. cities. Presented in several unmarked brackets. I think this week’s puzzle is pretty easy, personally, but I rather like it notwithstanding.
I bet you can’t guess what the all-time most viewed post on Ordinary Times is.
Gawker’s Adam Weinstein and the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Lawrence Torcello have each come out for the criminalization of climate-change denial. I’m curious to know what readers here think of this.
The digital age is about to make another leap and is poised to change our lives in ways that far outpace the last twenty years of the Internet boom.
As it turns out… Escape Plan wasn’t half bad.
GRRM is still plugging away.
Entirely different from last week’s selection, other than being music for boring, soulless, dressed-up white people.
Taking issue with Stephen Colbert
Lent has been broken. For a pretty good reason though.
In a society with a strong central state, you may be treated as an individual. Under the rule of the clan, you’ll get questions like: “Who are your parents?”
Jaybird fails to properly read the lines of William Blake but discusses William Blake’s poem from the preface to Milton: A Poem for the humanities department of the Ordinary University anyway.
An odd pairing.
Everything you need to know about life and love comes down to hockey.
The twitterverse’s rather bizarre right-and-left alignment to cancel the Colbert Report for racism.
Our College Problem: Payscale, Return on Investment, the Arts and Humanities and College Graduate Overproduction
New Dealer looks at the payscale.com report on which schools have the best return on investment.
If we are to have art, there must be a winner!!! Creon Critic pile drives into the cage-match .
Do you have a right to a product that must be provided to you through governmental coercion?