The “My Favorite Murder” podcast, in which the two hosts take turns telling each other a story about a true-life murder each week, was #1 on iTunes within six months of the first episode. The show soon had a dedicated Facebook fan group and Twitter following (in which I am a late-but-enthusiastic-participant.)
Monthly Archive: September 2018
Workin’, workin’, bidness, bidness
Why we will always have the textbook battles.
It’s not as scary as it sounds.
No easy solutions.
Leftists against immigration, the fall of Universion, reuniting California, and more…
Ordinary Sunday Brunch is Ordinary Times cultural quick links for you enjoyment. This week; music, art, history, food, and sports with music to read, share, and discuss.
When you’re in the groove but the phone rings.
In celebration of a cartooning pioneer.
Donald Trump stayed silent for five days. Then he attacked Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser.
Animal-Based research is silent fraud, but new technology may be making this wasteful practice obsolete.
Adoption is hard enough without the political extremes of our country making it harder.
Let’s tax the rich and their million-dollar mansions.
In the aftermath of his attempt to rehabilitate Jian Ghomeshi, Ian Buruma is out as the editor of the New York Review Of Books. He will not be missed.
Linky Friday is Ordinary Times’ Friday tradition of bringing you various links from across the web and around the world. This week, Knowing and Not Knowing, Wondering and Wandering, with music interludes and plenty to read, share, and discuss.
I have had dental work.
Are phone makers about to force their phones onto carriers?
Accusations sometimes exist, persist, or are dismissed due to the ambiguity of what we don’t know. In the future, we’ll know more of it.