The Inalieable Right to Power

I may be strange, but every now and then I’ll sit back and think to myself, “what must have been going through Charlemagne’s head when he convinced himself that it was appropriate for him to chase Guntram across Europe, destroying his cities until he finally managed to wipe him out and claim his lands as conquered.” What sort of gall … Read More

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Women Are Causing Problems Again!

(FYI: This article is satire, so if you read it, please understand that it’s not meant to be taken seriously. For some reason WAY too many people have responded to this article as if it’s actually a criticism against women. Most people get the point of this post as a post-modernist criticism against Iranian patriarchal policies, but unfortunately not everyone … Read More

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Tuesday’s Stickman

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Perfect Storm versus Continuous Apathy

There was an article today in the Salt Lake Tribune that points to its poll that indicates 1 in 5 people in the US right now¬†trust the US government. This is at a major low in this country, but what should really be concerning people is the apathy that exists from several perspectives. First, there’s apathy in government towards the … Read More

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Did Someone Mention Time Travel?

There’s a photo from a museum in British Columbia that is making the rounds on the Internet that is quite fascinating (if it hasn’t been Photoshopped, that is). It is a photo from the 1940s, and it shows a very unlikely subject in the photograph. You can see him with his cool ray sunglasses and modern haircut, along with the … Read More

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Stickman Returns!

The new Adventures of Stickman and the Unemployed Legospaceman have continued. Here’s the latest offering:

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Kick-Ass definitely delivers

There was a lot of hype coming behind the superhero movie Kick-Ass, about a young kid who decides he wants to be a real-life superhero. This concerned me that maybe the hype might be overdone, but I can honestly say that the movie was well worth the viewing. Unlike a lot of other superhero movies that generally don’t take themselves … Read More

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Ongoing thoughts on Stargate Universe

Okay, I’ll admit that my personal jury is still out on this show. Most of the first part of the season was pretty crappy in my opinion, but I was giving it the benefit of the doubt because I figured they had to build some kind of backstory and character development. But it really felt like it was just treading … Read More

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The First Rule of Teaching and Writing: Have a Lesson or a Story to Tell

Years ago, when I was 7 years old, I used to belong to the Santa Monica Boys’ Club, which used to sponsor all sorts of educational junkets. It was the place where I first joined a football team, a choir, a field hockey league, and all sorts of other activities. So, one day, I was signed up to join an … Read More

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The US Government’s Problem with the Census

There was another article today about how the Census is trying to target students to fill out their census cards because of the “need”. Every time there is an article of this nature, there is this commentary on how the census is necessary because without it our areas lose funding for roads, schools and all that. But here’s the problem … Read More

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