Saving the Same Princess Since 1985

August 9, 2011

I was given no points, no stars, no stickers. Nobody knew of my glory and triumph except me, and that was fine. It was an achievement, and I knew it without having to have Sony or Microsoft tell me so.

Best Of 30POV: Quantum Bananas & Cherry Pi

May 4, 2011

“Best Combination of Popular Culture with Quantum Nerdiness” Today’s Bestie (#4) demonstrates the power of conjunctive thinking.  Not something I’d recommend for the average writer, but Kail always manages to turn the most impossible of posts into panegyrical masterpieces. Quantum Bananas and Cherry Pi.* I’m obsessed with the notion that two things never touch. I […]

"See 'em again till the Fourth of July"

March 4, 2011

Noisy gongs going about demanding their way irritably, recording so-called injustices and wrongs, having already lost hope for the only country that would let them peaceably assemble.

I Know Now Why You Cry, But It Is Something I Can Never Do

February 4, 2011

Is it possible that pink really IS for girls, and blue really IS for boys?

Quantum Bananas & Cherry Pi

December 4, 2010

Ask me about an infinite number of monkeys, sometime.

The Hunted Carrot

October 19, 2010

While the rights go to the plants, they photosynthesize away from you.

The JC vs. The HP; Or, "Are you a Good Witch, or a Bad Witch?"

October 4, 2010

Is it a good idea to keep Playboy out of Pre-School? Is it a good idea to keep Twilight from young girls? Is it a good idea to keep Harry Potter from impressionable young white males who wear glasses?

"Why are things so heavy in the future?"

August 10, 2010

Moving sucks, especially when you keep every issue of The New Yorker that’s been published since 1997.

Common Sense Collective

July 10, 2010

Wait a minute. The Wonder Years is not the TV-equivalent of Coors Light; Wonder Years was actually kinda good.

Food For Thought

June 10, 2010

I really want an apple.

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