17 years

Good news for the wrong reasons

A man in Texas and a man in Arizona narrowly avoided being murdered this week. In each instance (despite the poorly written article on the man from Texas) the reasoning had to do with inadequate anti-murder protection. That in itself isn’t absolutely awful, but a far, far, far, far, far superior reason would be that murder is wrong. And two wrongs don’t make a right – even if the second wrong helps emotionally.

I can’t wait for the U.S. to catch up with the modern world.


I have yet to watch Religulous, but people keep on recommending it to me. It’s like they think I’m an anti-theist or something. Weird, I know. However, there are a few reasons I haven’t watched it: 1) It got terrible reviews. 2) I don’t especially like Bill Maher. 3) It isn’t on Netflix streaming and I don’t get the DVD’s delivered to my place since it isn’t my Netflix account. Fortunately, there is YouTube.

I’ll give my horribly out of date assessment later this week, I hope.