Or is it? I grapple with this myself on the regular. My philosophy as a parent in theory is really, and truly, very simple: don’t raise assholes. As I said, … Continue reading My Child-Rearing Philosophy Is Simple.
I had coffee with a friend yesterday. Coffee is sort of a weird way to say it, though, because I actually don’t drink coffee. So what I had was this … Continue reading I Don’t Shave My Crotch, and Other Assorted Coffee Time Conversation
People always look at me like I’m a complete moron when I tell them that I like the cold. As in cold outside, you know: snow, sleet, wind chill. I … Continue reading I Like The Cold
For those of you that haven’t caught on yet, I went to graduate school in philosophy. Yes, I am one of those people. I think a lot. By a lot … Continue reading STFU Fridays: All Hail Herr Nietzsche
This morning I woke up and looked on Facebook, wasting time while trying to figure out (like usual) how exactly to get through the day. Much to my happiness, the … Continue reading STFU Fridays, with our special guest: STFU Socrates
I’m sure most of you have heard the parable of the cave before. I often feel like this very simple story is what inspired me to go to graduate school … Continue reading The B(itch)’s Cave
Today I was talking with someone over a friend’s posting on Facebook about the Duggar family, who has made the news again after announcing the pregnancy of their twentieth child. … Continue reading When Does God Say to Go F*** Yourself?
It’s possible, faithful blog followers, that I might delete this post shortly after putting it out there – the idea of it winding up as evidence in divorce court ala … Continue reading People I Would Have an Affair With
I find the amount people in this world that lie without even having to think about it to be absolutely astonishing. And disturbing. When I tell a lie – even … Continue reading Liar Liar, Pants on Fire
Once upon a time, I was a philosophy major. Of course by “once upon a time,” I mean about a year ago; and by “I was a philosophy major,” I … Continue reading What’s In a Goal?