Monthly Archives: January 2007

Global Warming to Elvis

Drudge this morning has links about a new global warming study that comes out Friday. If people don’t believe the scientists, it’s the scientists fault for cranking out so much hokum the past 50 or more years. The ordinary people … Continue reading

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The Tuesday Eudemon

I’m nearly speechless: A 12-year-old German boy who insisted he was a girl trapped in a boy’s body convinced his parents that something had to be done, so they agreed to allow him to receive a series of hormone injections, … Continue reading

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Vegas and Marching Band Max

I don’t post many pictures of my children, primarily because I don’t want to bore people. But I thought I’d pass along these two pictures of Max (3). He’s in his “marching band” outfit: The heck if we can figure … Continue reading

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Something for Sunday Morning

Those who pass through the mystical water in Baptism must put to death in the water the whole phalanx of evil—such as covetousness, unbridled desire, rapacious thinking, the passion of conceit and arrogance, wild impulse, wrath, anger, malice, envy, and … Continue reading

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The Weekend Eudemon

Nice weekend so far. I chatted with Lino Rulli on Sirius Radio from 4:20 to 4:40, then met my wife, parents, and friends at the drinking club for two tall glasses of Anchor Stream on tap. We ate dinner there, … Continue reading

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At TCS

I just published a piece with Tech Central Station about multi-tasking with the cell phone, using my experience and Marshall McLuhan. Those interested in McLuhan (and maybe some others) might find it interesting. Excerpt: I like multitasking, if it’s the … Continue reading

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The Drinking Eudemon

Catholic Exchange has one of my favorite articles up this morning. “Three Degrees of the Sporting Life.” I am glutton and gluttony is me. I know, gluttony is one of the deadly sins. Gluttony and its sibling sins (lust, avarice, … Continue reading

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Miscellaneous Eudemon

Odd feast day today: The Conversion of St. Paul. It’s odd because it’s an event. The major feasts (Christmas, Easter, etc.) are also events, but most non-obligatory feast days are saint feast days (St. John, St. Thomas, St. John Kennedy … Continue reading

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Tom Cruise Kills Oprah

Funny but very short YouTube video. Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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The Wednesday Eudemon

There’s some pretty good stuff out there this morning: Microsoft has been caught trying to pay a blogger to edit its Wikipedia entry. It’s no crime, and there are no allegations that the proposed edits were inaccurate. Word to corporate … Continue reading

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Well, Then Let’s Crucify Him

[Scientologist leader] David Miscavige believes that in future, Cruise, 44, will be worshipped like Jesus for his work to raise awareness of the religion. A source close to the actor, who has risen to one of the church’s top levels, … Continue reading

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Retirement to Sharks

Sadness in the golden years: Retirement used to be a time for people to enjoy life without a mortgage or high credit card bills, a time when heavy debts were mostly a thing of the past. Increasingly, that’s no longer … Continue reading

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