Monthly Archives: July 2006

Blogging the Bible – Layman Style

One of Slate‘s deputy editors, David Plotz, is working on a project to provide a lay interpretation of the Bible and is posting it on Slate at (relatively) regular intervals. They are serious, yet funny, takes on a book that … Continue reading

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Prescience

Well, this is the post where I toot my horn and say I was right. Now that I got that out of the way…

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Things, stuff, et cetera…

As a result of being openly critical of the campaign for which I worked on this blog, my employment with the campaign has been terminated. I have temporarily removed the posts that mention the campaign, but they shall reappear after … Continue reading

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On Manners:

This is going to be a tough one to type out as I eat, but rest assured, it will be worth the while. We have a flood of employees in the morning entering the premises, doing various things from chilling … Continue reading

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Addendum

In re trespassing and soliciting laws in the state of Ohio: An angry business owner just called, asking for my boss, who is not in today. The business owner was disgruntled with the return of our petitioners to the venue … Continue reading

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Fate.

I’ve sealed my fate, so let fall the axe swiftly; make this death a merciful and painless one. Should the fates so cruelly turn? Truly they must, for biting the hands which feed your mouth can only reveal some flickering … Continue reading

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I just do the paperwork

Pho’s got a pretty harsh entry on Ohio Learn and Earn. I understand the concerns that he raises and they are valid concerns. We’ll leave it at that as I try to sort through how I would address those concerns. … Continue reading

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