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November 3, 2011


I am participating in NaNoWriMo this month. My book is about my three dogs, which I realize is only slightly better than one saying they will write about their three cats. But bear with me. These are funny girls and I have some funny stories to tell. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll buy the hardcover […]

The Case for Polygamy

October 14, 2011


In a recent republican debate, Ron Paul was asked his feelings on gay marriage and then whether polygamy would be okay too. He responded: “It’s sort of like asking the question if the states wanted to legalize slavery or something like that, that is so past reality that no state is going to do that.” […]

Post Grad

August 17, 2011


Dear Alexis Bledel, I have been reviewing your impressive filmography. Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants          Domestic Total Gross: $39,053,061. very nice. Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Two Domestic Total Gross: $44,089,964. even better. Sin City                                                         Domestic Total Gross: $74,103,820. wow. … Post Grad                                                 Domestic Total Gross: $6,380,019. wah, wah, wah. I’d like to […]

Pride and Prejudice

August 14, 2011


I am reading Pride and Prejudice. It was a decision made out of desperation when my library books came to an end and my Kobo broke. It was sitting in our shelf and I went for it when home with a summer cold (the worst kind). I was also influenced to make this decision because […]

Justice-based transformation

June 25, 2011


I just watched the Charlie Rose interview of Michael Sandel, a professor at Harvard University and teacher of the most popular undergraduate class there. I highly recommend watching it. I had two transformative experiences watching this video. The first is that there is a role for undergraduate education in this country. I have been very […]

How to prevent corruption: simplify

June 15, 2011


The US Government provides public education because we believe that democracies require an educated populace. Many decentralized notions including democratic governance and free markets require that people have the information they need to make good decisions. I see the obfuscation of information through legalese, hundred-page bills, and, less perniciously, through lazy design as a primary […]

Understanding the economic breakdown

June 8, 2011


I have been ultra fascinated by the economic breakdown and surrounding government, banking, and foreclosure scandals. My news and documentary consumption is at an all-time peak. I have watched many, many shows on the topic. I have been using these shows to get the knack of money, central banking, and the economy. In the process, […]