Finish your Wednesday right . . .

With The Carlos Danger Name Generator.I entered "Ron Mexico" and came out with "Dario Kill."  Hard to argue with that. … [Read more...]

Oh, and a rejected book cover


I forgot about this one.John reminds me that he also offered to  "draw an angry cartoon guy shouting 'DIS WOOKS WIKE COWNTWACEPTIVE MENTAWITY!!' to add in the margins alongside controversial passages."  Maybe for the hardcover edition, eh? … [Read more...]

NFP Awareness Week: Book Cover Reveal + Open Thread


I am aware of NFP.  Are you?  I've been aware that it's NFP Awareness Week for some time, now, but I'm kinda tired of NFP.  I even wrote a book about it basically so I could stop thinking about it already.I'm so darn lazy, I don't even have the energy to put together a list of helpful links - but honestly, that's why we have Google.   Seriously, you guys, I had a margarita last night at Theology on Tap, and then two, what do you call them, Angry Pirates.  That's not what they're called, but e … [Read more...]

“In retrospect, it was ‘really stupid …’”


Oh my sisters and brothers, here is the best story you will read all week. … [Read more...]

The Stupids Are Prepared


Every once in a while, someone writes to me looking for advice about how to run a large household with thrift and efficiency.Why don't I?  Because of things like this:What?  I had a dream.  It's going to be a bad scene, folks -- the great ketchup famine of '14.  Be prepared!  Plus, it's not often that I come out looking worse than Mrs. Pig,At least she bought all that ketchup on purpose. I, on the other hand, just suck at making shopping lists. … [Read more...]

At the Register: Let’s Try Not to Use Babies

Oh, just making myself popular with pro-lifers again. … [Read more...]

Soon you’ll have to opt IN to get porn online in the UK

Says David Cameron, the Prime Minister: Children can’t go into the shops or the cinema and buy things meant for adults or have adult experiences – we rightly regulate to protect them.But when it comes to the internet in the balance between freedom and responsibility, we have neglected our responsibility to our children.My argument is that the internet is not a side-line to ‘real life’ or an escape from ‘real life’; it is real life.It has an impact: on the children who view things tha … [Read more...]