Michael Myers is back and basically the same.
Monthly Archive: October 2018
Which Goliath do you support?
Halloween is upon us. It is time for Samhain, All Hallow’s Eve, and half a dozen sequels that just keep getting worse.
If you’re looking for something a little fresher than “Bad Moon Rising” try some of these.
Your weekly round-up of law-related links, from dumb criminals and obscure cases to recent developments of note.
The reluctant life of the party.
Union County Sheriff’s Department believes Dazia Lee is a criminal, responsible for the death of her son. This week, they charged her with involuntary manslaughter for her baby’s death, citing her alleged disregard of barricades.
Student loan debt has surpassed auto loans and credit cards to become the second largest type of consumer debt in the country, behind home mortgages. Some predict that the effects of the student loan bubble popping will have similar effects as the housing market collapse of 2008.
Oscar Gordon’s Tech Tuesday, Ordinary Times’ weekly look at science, technology, and links to all thing innovative.
New discoveries and what they say about the settlement of North and South America by ancient peoples.
It’s when they’re quiet that you start getting concerned.
The new conflict.
Marching and chanting have lost the power to move the needle. There are exceptions of course, but I contend that protest has an ever diminishing power to move us. With a few caveats (border policy on children for example) It’s hard to point to any policy changes that are a direct result of a protest movement in the last 5 years, in spite of record setting rallies and marches.
Your Ordinary World Links for Monday, 29 October, 2018, with thought and philosophy the subject to read, share, and discuss at Ordinary Times.
Dry towels are an important part of a good morning routine.
A little childrens’ book about grieving.
The Rough Patch by Brian Lies
And the dangers of grading doctors.
Know evil by its acts, not its words.