A nontheistic Episcopal Bishop proposes a radical reform of Christianity
He stared dreamily out at the rocket standing three miles away, "adrift in my own thoughts" when an old man wearing rumpled clothes and an upside down sailor cap approached and introduced himself. "Captain Shepard?" he said. "I'm Charles Lindberg."
Heinlein's brilliant tale of time travel, with its memorable cat who seeks the door that leads into summer weather.
A fun, happy, wondrous book, the sub-title gives it away, "How to have Fun with 860,341,500 words." Author Brandreth calls himself a "word freak" in an attempt to explain why he wrote this book, but, really now, we can't leave that alone. Wordsmith is more appropriate, being this is a new millennium, and all. Perhaps in his day people who played with words were freaks. One can only wonder.
Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel's latest CD is "Deep Song." It is very much in the tradition of "Nefertiti," by Miles Davis.
Strong solo debut, in every sense of the word "solo."
While the NHL falls on its' blade, the hockey world relives the Miracle on Ice.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for February 20, 2005
Dotty Lynch of CBS News offers up a piece worthy of the Blogs that CBS News loves to hate.
Why indeed? Big Time Patriot challenges the orthodoxy.
Doug Wead, a so-called "friend" of the President, secretly taped conversations with him over the span of about two years.
Bloggers behaving badly are the new publishing elites.
The Simpsons come out - Spoiler-Free
Great stuff. 4/5
Eclectic online, legal, Internet radio
I got another of those "419" scam e-mails today. Read and enjoy
Professional game reviewer must now translate into "Lazy."