Monthly Archives: June 2014

Evolution

6-30-14 Not since the days of Copernicus and Galileo has such a hotly contested concept been bantered about, but the fight about the theory of evolution didn’t really get started until June 30th of 1860, when a debate on the merits … Continue reading

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I prefer Humanitarianism

6-28-14 I read a story the other day about how some people are trying to categorize Veganism as child abuse. I thought, well that’s gonna be a page turner. Here is a headline that is bound to piss some people … Continue reading

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Smithsonian

6-27-14 Nina’s Birthday is remarkable for many things, some great, some horrible, just like every other day in history. But one of my main thrusts in my historical writing has consistently been how many things that people find important in … Continue reading

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Jammie Dodgers

Today, after a long day sweating over a hot robot at the robot farm (where we farm robots…not where robots farm), I came home to a mystery box from a far away land. Usually, standard bomb robot protocol dictates that … Continue reading

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