Jesus’ Students

I came across this cartoon some time ago: It is worth reposting at the start of a new semester. We call them “disciples” but they were basically students. And as hard as an educator might try to explain things, students still ask questions like this one. Let me try once again to explain why the [Read More...]

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Brace Yourselves

Today is the first day of classes at Butler University, and so a meme image seemed an appropriate way to mark the occasion. [Read more...]

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Star Wars: A New Fridge

Via Brad Matthies on Twitter. And meanwhile, in the freezer, this was happening:     [Read more...]

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Profiling

I understand the cartoon is mainly about the “coincidence” that it is the two beavers who are pulled out of the security line. But since beavers would be a risk to the ark mainly due to their use of their teeth, I’m not sure how scanning them with metal detectors would help… [Read more...]

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Shower or Dalek?

Via George Takei on Facebook [Read more...]

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The Quantum Mechanics of USB Drives

Via Marc Cortez   [Read more...]

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Syllabi and Sympathy

Would it be inappropriate for me to add to my syllabi that, if a student informs me of the death of a relative, hoping that this excuse will justify an absence to attend the funeral, I will excuse them, but will also send a card to their family offering my condolences? If you are an [Read More...]

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Stop Making Stuff Up

Just because some made up stuff has been around a long time, doesn’t automatically make it better than stuff that was made up more recently. And thus XKCD tackles the widely-held but mistaken idea that people in Columbus’ time typically thought the world was flat, while Columbus was a lone voice insisting that it was [Read More...]

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Parody of Reza Aslan Fox News Interview

HT Homebrewed Christianity. I still think Timothy Michael Law’s parody was funnier.   [Read more...]

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Waldo Goes to India

I came across this a while back and have been meaning to share it. Finding Waldo twice over at GenCon, when I wasn't even looking for Waldo, reminded me to do so. I found some minimal information about the illustration (which is by Josh Mecouch, a cartoonist for MAD Magazine), and the tweet by Saragh [Read More...]

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The Sarcastic Method

From PHD Comics. HT Ben Witherington [Read more...]

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