Monthly Archives: April 2005
And they’re off. No wait, they’re not. The Layton horse seems to be nuzzling the Martin horse. Uh, now he’s … biting him? As for the good-government nag, I think it was put down years ago.
Newspapers are full of their … Continue reading
We cannot destroy the Earth. Regrettably the reverse appears not to be true.
A most amusing web site (ned.ucam.org/~sdh31/misc/destroy.html) says, “The Earth was built to last. It is a 4,550,000,000-year-old, 5,973,600,000,000,000,000,000-tonne ball of iron. It … Continue reading
As the narrator of Russell Kirk’s ghost story The Invasion of the Church of the Holy Ghost wanders the sordid main drag of his decaying parish, a neon sign above a stripper bar flashes “Stark Naked or Your … Continue reading
Pope John Paul II is dead, but his challenge is very much alive. Cynics might struggle to explain all the fuss over an admittedly charismatic old Polish guy in a funny hat who talked to God a lot. The rest … Continue reading