Monthly Archives: April 2003

They Lied.

Well, it’s official. We were lied to about the Weapons of Mass Destruction. About the whole purpose of this idiotic war. You remember the WMDs, don’t you? The ones we simply couldn’t wait for the UN to find and are … Continue reading

Posted in Politics

Mutants and Masterminds

This past weekend Dave T, Rob, and I did a little playing around with the Mutants and Masterminds RPG from Green Ronin Press. It’s a d20-based superhero game. We made up characters and then had them fight some characters out … Continue reading

Posted in RPGs


So Senator Rick Santorum says he was misquoted and misinterpeted. Let’s take a look at what he said (full text can be found here): I have no problem with homosexuality. I have a problem with homosexual acts. As I would … Continue reading

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Movers and Shakers

Preparation has begun massively for our upcoming move. We have been the busiest of busy bees lately. An old crappy fence got torn up, we cleaned out most of the garage, some painting was done (with more to come), stuff … Continue reading

Posted in News

Will the Liberal Media Please Report to the War?

Thanks thanks to Dave Thiel for sending me the link to this editorial by NPR’s Bob Edwards. It’s a fantastic expose of the so-called liberal media and the new ‘journalism.’ But last month’s news conference was remarkable for more than … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner

No idea why, but lately I’ve been thinking of a poem by e. e. cummings. So sit back, have a nice cup of tea, and enjoy this combination of art, wry social commentary, and copyright infringement (the latter provided by … Continue reading

Posted in Thought

It’s All Wrong, But It’s All Right

Well, looks like we doves were wrong. I’m man enough to admit it. When I said, a few weeks ago, that under no circumstances would the US prevail in Iraq, and there’s no way we would ever pull giant statues … Continue reading

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When He is King I’ll be the First Against the Wall

Those who know me know that I hate being a Grumpy Gus. I don’t like people who are constantly complaining. I keep my own impulses to do so firmly in check with a diet of coffee, watered-down Buddhist philosophy, and … Continue reading

Posted in Music