Monthly Archives: November 2012

A post I’d like to point y’all towards: Default to kindness by Ian Welsh.  I heartily agree with what Mr. Welsh has to say.  (Via Mike the Mad Biologist.)

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I’ve been thinking about The Book of Mormon more. I’ve decided that whereas one of my favorite movies, Dogma, addresses the question, “What does faith look like?,” The Book of Mormon asks “What is religion good for, anyway?” They are … Continue reading

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I wish you joy.

On Tuesday, I went to Grace Cathedral to walk the labyrinth.  Something I was involved in had just ended on Monday, and between that ending and my job assignment being completed, and just life generally, I felt in need of … Continue reading

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Not a lot of people could do that

When I mentioned to the Rocket Scientist that “Elf’s Lament” by the Barenaked Ladies is “the theme song for the Occupy North Pole movement,” he cracked up.  “Oh, we need to do that next summer,” he cackled, referring to him … Continue reading

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I have so many posts backed up — a post about a trip to Grace Cathedral, a post about the joys of being lost in San Francisco, a partly finished post about why I find Dickens Fair so annoying, a … Continue reading

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Hasa Diga Eebowai.

I just saw The Book of Mormon with my friend Sarah.  I don’t know when the last time was that I laughed so much and so loudly, sometimes thinking “I can’t believe I’m laughing at this.”  I was so loud — … Continue reading

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Sing we Noel.

It’s that time of year again.  Mind you, if it were up to me, I would play holiday music in July. Wherever I am in “my journey of faith” (and right now, that would be at the “I’m not sure … Continue reading

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