So a young couple walks in yesterday seeking a room for the night. Nice enough couple, and obviously (from the ‘ehs’ and ‘gees’) Canadian. We set them up in a room and then they come to the bar for dinner. I ask them what they’re doing in Honduras, and they say volunteering. Cool. I’m always . . . → Read More: The Gospel According to Luke…
It’s been stormy all week.
The sea has been rough, and just about every piece of debris in Honduras has washed on our beach.
I had just finished making a bloody mary and was about to cook a burger when I noticed a local waving to me from the beach.
“Que pasa?” I yelled. didn’t . . . → Read More: Another day on the beach…
“Ladies and Gentlemen, the Exxon-Mobile President of the United States …. Sarah Palin”
Did you just throw up a little in your mouth? I did. And not just because of the Sassin’ Alaskan. Because of the very real possibility of corporately sponsored politicians.
If you haven’t yet heard, the Supreme Court . . . → Read More: The United States of Corporate America
Over the holidays I spent quite a bit of time with a baby. I’m not a huge baby fan, but seriously, she is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. However, I put my emotions aside and made some real, scientific observations on the development of human children.
Here are my thoughts on . . . → Read More: Babies
Christmas sucks. Ok, I’ll elaborate on that.
See, I really, really love Christmas. That’s why it sucks.
Here are a couple reasons:
What do we need it for around the holidays? I mean, Christmas is that time of year when people are more likely to engage in acts of kindness, without needing the . . . → Read More: Bah, Humbug. Or, Why I love thanksgiving.
Ok, I’m being a little dramatic, I guess, but, Come on! That’s sort of my thing, you know. Here’s the deal though: Barts CD Cellar in Boulder, CO is shutting its doors after 20 years (ok, 4 years ago it was sold, so it hasn’t been an independently owned local shop for a while now, . . . → Read More: The day the music died…
Sorry, this one’s not funny.
In my view there are three reasons to go to war (well, in my view there are no reasons to go to war, but these are the three that seem to be behind most of them):
Population Control Money Territorial expansion
Keep it in mind.
Here’s my theory, in a . . . → Read More: Obama: Finishing what Bush couldn’t.
I had the distinct pleasure of being home Friday evening, and was able to watch the 9 News Parade of Lights in its entirety. Wow. What an inflated ball of cheese. Cheese brought to you by Kraft. And Mark and Adell.
First was the impressive lighting of the courthouse, or the capitol, or some big . . . → Read More: 9 News Parade of Lights!
A follow up to my pre-halloween post.
So, as it turned out, nothing happened on Halloween. No naked pumpkin runners, no riots in the street, no arrests (ok, one, but that’s probably normal for any night!), no trouble of any sort. Just a bunch of happy people walking around looking at each other’s costumes. Just . . . → Read More: $48,730 for what?? WTF!!