If you are looking for a good graphic artist and/or animator, you should hire him. Here’s another bit of stuff he’s been experimenting with, stop motion photography (from our trip to the Field Museum when we were in Chicago for Cow and Claire’s wedding):
science fiction, a waste of time, never going to happen, not even worth exploring, going to have bugs (unlike all other new tech), therefore too risky to even attempt, the ignorant suggestion of a lit major who should really just stick to what he knows and not bring his buttercup-twirling utopian ideas into the world [...]
It’s the story of a family who fled the soviets in the 30s and lived in the wilderness, cut off from all human contact, for 40 years.
Playing the world’s longest running game of tag.
Today’s reason: he finds stuff like this: For more of Victor Lams’ delightful dementia, go here.
About the latest project from the extremely cool Fr. Robert Barron.
It’s consoling when a humor magazine with NSFW language written for college students of the intelligentsia class starts subverting the dominant paradigm by making hip historical truths that Mike Flynn has been pointing out for some time. Turns out we’re not a thousand years smarter than all those medievals like St. Thomas.
I knew that Rowling was classy, having read about her calling a girl dying of cancer in the States to read to her from the MSS of one of the Harry Potter novels as she was drafting them and then, when she died, seeing to the financial needs of her family. Now I find out [...]
There is Catholic niftiness to be found in the works of artists profiled here and interviewed here. Thanks to reader and skiffy scribe Mike Flynn for the tip!