10 Things…

…you probably didn’t know about Star Trek:TOS. I particularly like Capt. Kirk and Edith Keeler in front of Floyd’s Barber Shop from Mayberry. [Read more...]

I’ve wasted my life

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I’m Mark Shea, and I Approve the Human Slingshot

This looks spine-crackingly awesome. [Read more...]

In the words of Kip Dynamite

I love technology. Here is blogging technology, for instance, helping some fine women who happen to be dispersed all over the San Juan Islands in Puget Sound come together and form a book group for the mutual edification of all, courtesy of my friend Joyce Crain, who is Officially Awesome, not to mention a fine [Read More...]

Go, Jen Fulwiler!

I’m a pretty clueless git about stuff that’s happening in the media a lot of times, but I am pleased to see that Jen Fulwiler is doing a cool reality show: Unfortunately, because I am a clueless git, I missed the first one, which just ended. Fortunately, you can go to her blog and find [Read More...]

Right now…

It’s 12:12 12/12/12 We Baby Boomers will never have another month/day/year same number sequence again. Enjoy the moment. [Read more...]

Jonah Goldberg in Defense…

…of a cool and sensible idea threatened by state idiots: an app for hailing a cab. [Read more...]

I like this

Here’s a website called “Rolling Jubilee“: A bailout of the people by the people Rolling Jubilee is a Strike Debt project that buys debt for pennies on the dollar, but instead of collecting it, abolishes it. Together we can liberate debtors at random through a campaign of mutual support, good will, and collective refusal. Debt [Read More...]

O Frabjous Day! Calloo! Callay!

Rod Bennett, one of my favorite people in the world (and the author of the excellent book on the Apostolic Fathers, Four Witnesses) has a new book out that *you* need to get for the fantasy fan in your life. He writes: Just thought you might like to know that The Christus Experiment is finally [Read More...]

Interesting Story on the Bayeaux Tapestry

The only thing that puzzles me is why the people researching it think “nuns” and “professional embroiderers” are mutually exclusive categories. Still, interesting. [Read more...]