Cards vs. Cubs: Is it Hegelian?

That’s what Henry Conrad Brokmeyer said: Nothing could touch Brokmeyer for as long as St. Louis thrived. In 1871, when a massive fire turned Chicago into a pile of metropolitan ash, Brokmeyer failed to hide his schadenfreude. “Chicago was the completely negative city of our West and indeed of our time,” Brokmeyer told the group, [Read More...]

Weekly Meanderings

Our President moonwalking amongst the big hat fellas Nice piece by D.B. Hart. And another nice piece by Bryan Marvel. Mark Roberts spotted a Painted Bunting. Man, Mark, I’m so envious. Our only bunting, the indigo bunting, has the color of that head all over. Next bird for you to spot: the red-whiskered bulbul. Excellent [Read More...]


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