Month: December 2019

Christmas

“He rules the world with truth and grace.” —Isaac Watts ++ “I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.” —Charles Dickens ++ …

A guy bought his wife a beautiful diamond ring for Christmas. After hearing about this extravagant gift, a friend of his said, “I thought she wanted one of those …

Friday

Brews You Can Use Bless the Varidesk. Bless work. Bless gin. Bless Jim Lowe. Allow me to tie that all together. I’ve previously pointed out that if, all is …

Thursday

The Flies Sartre’s play, The Flies, dramatizes the Greek legend of Orestes, a man who murders his mother and her husband. Normally, a person in Orestes’ situation would quake …

Cancel Netflix

https://twitter.com/hashtag/boycottnetflix?lang=en I’m not a big boycott guy, but Netflix has simply crossed the line too many times. And now a gay Jesus. And it’s Christmas. I ain’t gonna judge …

Seattle’s homelessness crisis shows no sign of subsiding. Meanwhile, an agency tasked with tackling the issue spent taxpayer dollars on a strip show. @JasonRantzhttps://t.co/3pwG0NyQaG — Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December …

Monday

More Sartre So what did Sartre say? Basically, he simply denied that we have any natural traits (i.e., essences, characteristics). Instead of such essences, Sartre said, we have existence, …

Friday

Office Party Night Office party tonight. There’ll be a lot of drinking and, no doubt, the stereotypical office party drunken antics, including the woman who drinks too much, flirts …

Wednesday

Jean-Paul Sarte is also significant because his immense popularity offers further proof that there is something about existentialism that appeals to modern man. In 1945, after Sartre’s philosophy began …

Tuesday

Born in 1966, I hit puberty as Jimmy Carter wound-down his presidency and I became an adult under Ronald Reagan. I spent a lot of time partying and acting …