Monthly Archive: August 2020


Murder Gandhi Takes the Trolley

The truth of humanity is that none of us, not even Gandhi, are capable of valuing all human life the same.



The lost golf balls.


Paying the Tab for Peaceful Protest

Nothing the government does is free, even allowing you to protest. So learned a 18 year old in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.


Remembering Chadwick Boseman

I had difficulty sleeping last night. Chadwick Boseman was a legend who was taken way too young. He will be greatly missed.


Saturday Spins: Dan Auerbach

An mix of rock, Americana, & 70’s style soul/psychedelic rock, from start to finish Dan Auerbach’s Waiting on a Song is truly a masterpiece.


How Colleges Can Actually Stay Open

This “abstinence only” model for college socialization is not only destined to fail, but also it ignores the mental and psychological strains


Help!! I Need Someone!

Women are not men, and because women are not men, a straightforward reversal of the Manic Pixie Dream Girl trope doesn’t work.


Weekend Plans Post: Winding The Summer Down

When we run our 5Ks, our meeting time is 7PM. About a minute of stretching and then we’re off like a herd of turtles. Run up the one road road that isn’t quite abandoned,...


The Critic Problem

I call the way I approach film as “The Meh Plateau.” Most movies do not suck, nor are most movies amazing.


Thursday Throughput: Polio Eradication Edition

Remember, a vaccine doesn’t have to give “sterilizing immunity”, in which you can’t catch the virus ever again. If it simply builds our resistance to the virus so that COVID-19 infections are mild, that will be enough.


Kenosha, Wisconsin: Updated

Things have gone from bad, to worse, to deadly in Kenosha, Wisconsin following the police shooting of Jacob Blake.