Dance Of The Adorable Spiders!

With Thanksgiving in the rear view mirror, the Christmas Season has officially begun, yay! I have a little boy at home who loves to show me videos he finds of little critters doing cute things, and among his (and my) favorites are the Peacock Spiders. The males are very pretty and do flashy dances, for … Continue reading Dance Of The Adorable Spiders!

The Steinle verdict

Yesterday Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was found not guilty of the 2015 murder of Kate Steinle. My initial reaction was that of outrage, since Garcia, previously deported five times, had been released from a San Francisco jail despite a standing federal deportation order (yes, one more deportation order) and San Francisco is a sanctuary city. … Continue reading The Steinle verdict

Where is the “No such Thing as Right and Wrong” #Pervnado Defence?

There is one thing thing missing the current spate of pervnado stories that surprises me. For decades are friends in media and culture have existed that the idea of absolute truths as taught by the Catholic Church is incorrect and that truth, right and wrong are completely subjective and that the idea that man is … Continue reading Where is the “No such Thing as Right and Wrong” #Pervnado Defence?

In Praise Of The Unappreciated

In most every area of life, there’s a seeming perpetual second fiddle; someone or something that while garnering a certain amount of acclaim is always viewed as the poor man’s version of whoever, or whatever, is the high profile high roller. This happens a lot in music, where an artist in a given genre no … Continue reading In Praise Of The Unappreciated