Month: July 2007

Monday Thought

There is an invisible and subtle aspect of existence. It’s the arena where morality is spawned, virtue cultivated, and the essence of things seen. It’s not susceptible to scientific …

Military Economics

In 1944, American GI’s complained about the high prices charged by French prostitutes. In an official brochure issued by the U.S. Army, 112 Gripes about the French, the Army …

Light Eudemon

Late meeting last night, no blogging today. I did, however, run across this interesting article about England’s unkind review of its favorite sons, the Beatles, back in 1967. “Have …

Tuesday Miscellany

I got excited, then quickly dejected: Family-friendly sports cars. Finally, a cool-looking vehicle for my seven children and wife. No such luck. They all max out at two children. …

Monday Inanity

The Armaggedon of Inanity is upon us: Rock Paper Scissors has become a competitive sport, likeTexas Hold ‘Em Tournaments, Text-Messaging Championships, and Speed Toilet Wiping (it’s coming, I’m sure). …

The Weekend Eudemon

Baseball last night, baseball today, maybe baseball tomorrow. The good thing is, the games are being held in a heavily-Catholic town just twelve miles down the road that is …