Monthly Archives: July 2011

Carmaggedon

Doesn’t “Carmaggedon” describe the usual state of affairs in Los Angeles?

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Teh Awesome!

Asked Emma if she wanted to watch a movie. Yes, she did. But the TV was on, and she got sucked into a PBS Nova show about cuttlefish. Awesome! It even took her three tries before she got bored enough … Continue reading

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“When I grow up…”

“I’m going to be a scientist.” This after a discussion about whether there’s such thing as a chupacabra. I said there wasn’t, because no one, and especially no scientist, has ever produced any evidence of one – no bodies, no … Continue reading

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Dear Samsung,

Thank you for making the front of your fridge out of a non-magnetic material. No. Seriously. *Thank you.*

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Holy Cow.

I can’t believe we live in this house.

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WWJRS?

Pretty sure if John Rawls asserts a good economy should benefit this at the bottom at least as much as those at the top (latest booms haven’t), then he would also assert that working our way out of a downturn … Continue reading

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On the debt ceiling

Via NPR: Raising the debt ceiling “simply authorizes Treasury to pay the bills Congress chose to incur when it passed years worth of spending increases and tax cuts that are now law.” So Congress voted for programs and tax cuts … Continue reading

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Endings and beginnings

Today is our last full day in the house on Marblehead. I’ve lived in that home longer than any other. Tomorrow begins our new adventure. Thursday we alight in our new home. I just finished my first trilogy in years. … Continue reading

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Silver and Gold

Am I buggin’ you? I don’t mean ta Bug ya. Ok Edge. Play the blues. (Whereupon Edge does nothing of the sort.)

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Awesum sign

“Do not come in unless you are here to bring me news that Pitfall can be moved to the old iPhone.”

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