day 13

Tomorrow will be my last day blogging for a little while. I know the social distancing will likely go on for several more weeks (at least), but Monday Ozark goes fully online for the rest of the semester, and I'm going to be plenty busy with that. Since tomorrow will be my last day, I'd... Continue Reading →


Before reading any further, I need you to do the following... Go to Instagram. Type "Berlin Holocaust Memorial" in the search bar. Find some cords and make yourself a whip. Most of us know the story of Jesus driving the money-changers out of the Temple. The money-changers were grifters. They were officially sanctioned scam-artists ripping... Continue Reading →

silicon valley’s frankensteins

There is a critical scene in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein that has Frankenstein's monster hiding in a hovel adjoining an out-of-the-way cottage. A hovel is an appropriately chosen abode for the monster. The image of a hovel brings to mind a solitary and wretched existence. "Wretch" is a favorite word of Shelley's. She uses it 38... Continue Reading →

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