This is a public service announcement directed at the world’s five-year-old children. I am aware that if you decide to attack me, I can be overwhelmed by a sufficient number of you.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
This scientific paper is a triumph of form over content.
Today it came to my attention that the creators of the Nerd Test have developed a follow-up: Nerd Test version 2.0. Naturally, I had to take it too.
The burritos came out square, which is just plain wrong. Bob found this greatly annoying.
Most people don’t know this, but zombies are not eligible for the office of President.
J.R.R. Tolkien’s Silmarillion is a tough read, even for dedicated Middle-Earth fans. If you don’t think you can get through it, there’s a condensed version
A penpal of mine in upstate New York once told me that that region has just two seasons: “winter” and “July”.
If you haven’t bought a pumpkin yet, it’s probably too late. But you can still carve your jack-o-lantern online.
On Saturday I went to Raleigh Little Theatre to help hang lights for Blue, the next play that opens February 11. Rehearsals for Blue are already in progress, and I saw that the call board (a sort of easel-mounted bulletin board) has been set up in the house near the stage. Along with the rehearsal…