I ran across an interesting article on Mr. Computer, written by a Yahoo Sports reporter, one Jay Busbee, which had the title, “Check out the terrible paper that earned a player an A- at North Carolina.”
Perhaps you have been following the story at Ball State University where the teaching of intelligent design has been prohibited. Eric Hedin, an Assistant Professor of Physics, promoted the idea to his students that the complex and intricate balance in nature reflects an intelligent design as opposed to a random series of accidental events.
Coaching beyond the game
The stillest water at greatest depth has much in common with a recent retiree at Sul Ross State University in Alpine. Dr. Chet Sample also runs deep, having provided exemplary leadership that encouraged scholarship ahead of intercollegiate athletics.
Shades of the past
We had a most pleasant visit this week from a dear old pal, Dave Lamb, from the early 1970s
Like many golf fans, I really like John Daly and I root for him to do well when he is on the telly. When he is on his game, he can be very tough but, when he is off, he can be an embarrassment to the game.
Stay-At-Home Moms (and watch out for those Steers)
As I write this, my baby girl and eldest grandson just left my office at Ye Olde Daily Planet, bound for their home in the country.
It is significant because today was my daughter’s last day at a job she loved, and for which she showed great aptitude.
Believe it or not
“Believe.” It is an interesting word. Sometimes we use it to indicate doubt. If we are not entirely certain of something, we will say, “I believe so.”
Let the mockery begin
I’ve written a couple of schmoopy columns lately, so clearly it’s time to get back to the juicy business of making fun of people in the news.
Leaving well enough alone
So, for several years I was a Mary Kay beauty consultant. (Don’t go there.)
The products were amazing, and I used them all.
Know why I quit selling?
Because they wouldn’t stop jacking with the products.
Consider the birds
The birds are the first to wake each morning. I have listened in the predawn dark for the first twitter from the trees. Like sentinels they watch for the first faint glow in the east, and, long before the sun rises, they start their sunrise celebration.
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