The Rotarians fall for the great Paper.li caper.

Remember the hilarity that ensued when Blue Cross Blue Shield resorted to automatic curation service Paper.li? Frankly, there wasn’t much hilarity because no one cares. But that’s never stopped me from blogging about something before. And so here’s the second round, involving a rotary phone and The Rotary Club. It started with this tweet: I […]

We’ll just have to agree to disagree. (You idiot.)

Election yard signs slashed. Burning the election promotional materials of candidates you don’t like and showcasing your actions on social media. And the classic: being a rude jackass online. This is how we agree to disagree now. Lip service given to tolerance, magnanimity, and a lofty erudite perch from which patronization is dispensed. But the […]

At the altar of Bill Nye, science guy.

So science is cool now. That’s great. I loved science in high school. I had a bunsen burner incident once. I’m not really here to talk in great depth and alacrity about the supposed battle between science and faith, on whether you can/can’t have/believe one with/without the other and so forth. At least, not really. […]

What does a true passion for life look like?

Glacier National Park is beautiful, and when I see the mountains, the first thing I don’t think of is jumping off of them. This is because I love living. I run on the assumption that the things I love I spend the most time with, and try to maintain a close proximity to. People, possessions–whatever […]