Sometimes I sit at work with my sunglasses on. I tell my coworkers it’s because the fluorescent light hurts my eyes. I don’t even know if I’m lying or actually believe it. Sometimes I find myself arguing with people on the Internet, and I don’t want to murder them for being wrong. What’s that about?… Continue reading »
The Oscars were last night, and as usual I watched a few minutes before deciding to just get the results in the morning.
I distrust any national effort at a high speed rail system based on what I’ve seen locally.
In keeping with a culture of sharing best practices, following are my tips for maintaining an optimistic attitude at work.
I’ve come to the conclusion that I am lacking a suitable hobby.
…it’s a potential golden age for Americans of certain unsavory inclinations.
I often highlight the faults and crimes of radical Islam on this blog. In an attempt to be fair, here's something from my own people. This happens every year. Every year. The fight in Jerusalem is also a yearly occurrence. Don't mess with the Orthodox, because apparently they carry iron rods around with them to… Continue reading »
Man killed in water-rage attack in Australia Thu Nov 1, 2007 12:42am EDT SYDNEY (Reuters) – A man has been charged with murder in Australia after an elderly man who was watering his garden was bashed to death in an apparent case of suburban water-rage. Australia is in its sixth year of severe drought… Continue reading »
They just never want to listen! Here I am explaining why this woman has gone wrong and all she can think of is how I made “anti-Muslim” comments. Typical argument, but feel free to join in! She’s this close to cracking and ending the debate prematurely. She already said that debate is pointless, that’s when… Continue reading »
“How can anyone take this amendment seriously, especially when it comes on the same day that Bush Administration officials are in North Korea? And why would anyone think it is responsible to restrict the ability of the Speaker of the House to bring the concerns of the American people to foreign leaders? It is part… Continue reading »