And there’s the amateur approach. I cannot help but think there is much to commend it.
The coveted Junior Ganymede presidential endorsement is rarely given. But every now and again a candidate comes along whose luminous vision impels this august institution to get off the sidelines. Annex Canada 2012. (more…)
His Majesty and I seem to have done all right without any special accomodations.
Though, to be fair, my mask was provided by the government, in the person of His Majesty.
I reckon the tale could have been told with a bit less salt, though. Consider yerself warned.
This excellent essay categorizes the types of needs that religion fills and then ranks the faiths of the world by how “developed” they are, i.e., by how many of these categories they fill and how completely. (In his terms, “developed” is not the same as “true,” not necessarily). He concludes that Buddhism and Christianity are the most developed religions. (more…)
A superb example of bullies being afraid to pick on someone their own size.
Personally, I prefer my technological terrors to be the size of small moons.
Hat tip to His Hehness, who also links one of my favorite fellow promulgants of weapons of mass destruction with some perspective on nanotechnology.