Those Conniving Catholics

On my reading list, I’ve got several books that describe secret plots by the Catholic church to conceal some import aspect of Christian faith that doesn’t quite mesh with their objectives, whatever those might be.  The Da Vinci Code was just the latest in that list, which I’m discovering is not as short as I might … Continue reading Those Conniving Catholics

It’s been a great weekend.  It started yesterday morning with a quick round of disc golf at Holmes Park with John and Richard.  Richard actually did very well, for a three-year old.  I had my share of good and bad throws, but the highlights came on hole 1, where I nearly sunk it on the … Continue reading

Harry Potter V

I just finished the latest Harry Potter. I won’t give away any secrets, but I will say that I was a bit disappointed. Harry comes off as a brat pitching temper tantrums all the time. Rowling did develop the character of Neville Longbottom very nicely. On the whole, I didn’t think this one was as … Continue reading Harry Potter V

Galloping on My Dinosaur

I can’t believe it! Someone has created a tribute pageto Larry Thor, who recorded the children’s album “Galloping on my Dinosaur.” The album has wonderfully twisted songs, and my siblings have been fighting over who actually owns the one LP of it in our family. I’ve tried to convert it to CD, but my copy … Continue reading Galloping on My Dinosaur

Another cool site…

 Mark Fiore – I like this guy’s work with Flash. Apparently, he also contributes to the Mother Jones online magazine. Speaking of websites, I was at Fark when I noticed a banner about a Matrix protest entitled “Matrix: Rejected.” I have always had problems with the gaping plot holes in the Matrix, as well as … Continue reading Another cool site…