Reading all about Neil’s new apartment reminds me how much I still have to do before I can move, and how little time I have left. Where did the summer go?
call her green, for the children who’ve made her
Archive for July, 2005
He’s right that American commercial culture is fast becoming so homogeneous that you can’t tell one town from the next. I think this happens because most people don’t like the strange and unfamiliar, they always want to feel that they know where they are and what’s going on. Too bad for them, the universe is [...]
Tee hee hee. Silly Romans.
Why does healing have to itch?
My trusty little bugle helps me spread the news That I’m tappin’ to Taps and I’m a-rarin’ to snooze
As part of my continuing mission to understand organized religion, I went to services at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church with Aidan this morning. I must say they made a more favourable impression than the Catholics down at St. Mary’s did. The service seemed less confusing, although to be fair that may simply be because I [...]
I left work early tonight because there was absolutely nothing to do, but I only made it as far as the quad before I was waylayed by the sunset and then waylayed again by Roy, who is back in town for the weekend and wanted to go out with his friends. When I was sitting [...]
In a previous post I spoke of a delightful beverage I encountered at the International Spy Museum. My friend has finally posted slightly fuzzy pictures.
“Islam is absolutely clear on this issue. Two wrongs do not make a right,” Mufti Usmani said.