This is a sweet little essay about stumbling in to having kids. This is what free will, and happiness, look like.
I acknowledge that “Las Vegas Mormons With Flair,” is John Mansfield’s beat. However, in the midst of all his Brandon Flowers blogging, it must be pointed out that despite releasing a well-regarded solo album, Bro. Flowers isn’t even having the best month out of the small subset of young, famous Las Vegas Mormons. It’s not even close.
Update: He hit another home run tonight.
My wife says, apropos of nothing: you know, people need a testimony of their marriage.
Corporal Jonathan Yale. Lance Corporal Jordan Haeter. Whom God made, and worthy of their making.
Mrs. MC: Did you tell our son that he could head-butt Jerome [a boy in his preschool class]?
Mrs. MC: Why does he think you told him that? (more…)
Filed under: Birkenhead Drill | Tags: bullying, education, fatherhood, LDS, monopoly on violence, rendering unto Caesar, the Cathedral, turning the other cheek
Oh, I do say!
This is beastly. I suppose this must be that very odd American sense of humour, what? But it’s one thing to be pestered by one’s elder female relations, and quite another to actually entertain homicidal thoughts about the dears. You’d never see anything like this in a civilised country like England. Sigh.
Some law professors’ views on how a court is likely to rule on an issue are untainted by exposure to actual courts.
–Thus Ken White
According to recent BSA policy, the above picture is unkind and unsafe, unless the boy is wearing safety glasses and only pointing the super soaker at an approved target on an approved range. Grinning while doing it has not yet been explicitly banned.
The BSA policy is being understandably mocked in the press. (more…)