Monthly Archives: April 2014

Compassianity

I think I’ve finally found a name for that new religion that’s been cropping up lately. It’s called “Compassianity” (pronounced com-pash-ee-ann-it-ee). I can’t take credit for starting it, of course. Though I said “lately”, it’s really been around for a … Continue reading

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Spectating The Spectator

Imagine my great surprise when the website of the extremely long running (since 1828) conservative British magazine “The Spectator” linked to a post on my lowly “ten regular readers” blog! Here is the proof. Does this count as the big … Continue reading

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Initial Thoughts: “The Fault in our Stars”

I’ve been meaning to read this one for awhile. As for why, I’ll give you some background on the book: On goodreads.com (a good site), it is one of the highest rated book on goodreads, with an absurd 4.49 or … Continue reading

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Ignore the Cads

On Dalrock’s post “The Great Douchebag Mystery” I got into a discussion with a couple of people about the Zippy Hypothesis (described in previous posts as the theory that women like cads because they like what men like and men … Continue reading

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In Honor of My First Year of Blogging

…I’ll give some links to what I think are my best written and most important posts. In no particular order, my personal to ten: Abortion and What We’re Really Dealing With – Of all of my posts on abortion I … Continue reading

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A Milestone

Today is the one year anniversary of my blog! When I started it I honestly had no idea if it would still be here in a year, and no clue what sort of readership I’d get. A year on and … Continue reading

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The Problem with the Problem of Susan

…Or rather, one particular response to it. For those who don’t know, the Problem of Susan is the term Neil Gaiman coined for what was probably the most controversial plot point in the entire Chronicles of Narnia: Susan Pevensie’s exclusion … Continue reading

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