Monthly Archives: May 2016

QotD: Late to the Party Edition

As I was surfing the web this morning (Do people still say that? Doesn’t matter — I did.), I ran across an article by Aaron Ross Powell from last July. It’s called “Politics Is Destroying Your Soul,” and it seems … Continue reading

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A Source of Vitamins and Irony

My dear friend the Mad Dog  did a stretch at everyone’s favorite auto-funded, unaccountable bureaucracy, and feels somewhat protective of this recent governmental metastasis. He demonstrated his filial pride this morning on Facebook, offering a link to a Consumerist article on … Continue reading

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My Advice for the Election

A tip of the Mondo Mortarboard to Br. Joseph Gannon, on Twitter.

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