Month: April 2009

Misty Morning at First Lake

It was a nice fresh morning and I was up early as usual so I took Sheba down to the lake. No ducks were harmed. I did notice…

Extreme Indifference and Random Access Thoughts

I find that partisanship is generally quite disruptive be it political, social or even the most mundane hair-splitting. By and large, polarized political and religious alignment is artificially…

Down the Rabbit-hole at Easter

I firmly believe in the golden rule, which is a common thread with all religions — it’s unfortunate the opposing biological imperative still reigns. Still, I try to…