Dennis Sanders takes a second look at his infamous hometown.
Monthly Archive: July 2014
James Hanley finds unintended humor in an old Supreme Court ruling.
And then there were five…
…or something like that… This piece of news caught my attention:
A mathematical puzzler.
Tod’s been away for a few weeks, and now wants to know what he missed.
Also: an open thread, plus good kitchen-dancing music.
Yes, another parent was arrested for the crime of letting her child play. No, that doesn’t necessarily mean the mindset behind such nonsense is ruling the day.
Will Truman presently drives a crossover SUV from Subaru. So do a lot of people, apparently.
The New York Times ran a story that took Burt Likko’s breath away in outrage when he read it last night. But apparently, he’s pretty much the only one.
As the dog days of summer make so many consider career changes, Gabriel Conroy offers a list of rules to keep in mind.
Michael Cain sets the table for predicting the outcome of Prof. James Hanley’s upcoming Zombie Apocalypse class.
Place your bets!
When I was a freshman in high school, I made friends with a girl in her senior year. Friends is a vast overstatement. Our relationship ranged from her treating me like a beloved pet/kid...
It’s time once again for Fantasy Football — North American football this time! Dungeons and Dragons for sports nerds!
If you guess which party holds more “small state” senate seats, you will probably guess wrong. If you think that we’re alone in having a disproportionate senate, you’re also wrong. And yet, our senate is unique in the combination of its power and the sheer scope of its disproportionate representation. Will Truman looks at California, Wyoming, and the peculiarly “undemocratic” upper house of the US government.
A short video of a perfect sunset cruise on the catamaran Mon Tiki.
The Old World meets the New World.