Humans are built to be kind, to be sympathetic, to be generous.
Millennials are a nice punching bag for the Boomers, and even Gen Xers, blaming us for low home ownership rates, blaming us for ruining X industry because we don’t own can openers, telling us how to spend our money by buying less avocado toast. But we’re living in a world that Boomers created, one that […]
Star Trek: Enterprise – 3/5 so far. Still watching this. Still skipping the intro. Nailed It! – 4/5. This was hilarious. We binged the entire series while my sister and her family were visiting. National Treasure – 5/5. Of course we had to re-watch this after showing my sister and her family around town (we […]
We have reached an unprecedented moment in planetary history. Humans now affect the Earth and its processes more than all other natural forces combined. Edward Burtynsky As we start to see the effects of Climate Change, and we most definitely already are, we need to accept that we are culpable in creating it.
These are all the things that I consumed media wise in July. The World Cup – 5/5. There were so many great games. So many upsets. Star Trek: Voyager – 4/5. We started in April and finally finished. I haven’t connected with the characters as well as I did in TNG and DS9 but it’s still […]
Co-ed social sports leagues aren’t really co-ed. They’re men’s leagues, where women are required to be present for the game to happen. From Why Co-Ed Sports Leagues Are Never Really Co-Ed I play in two sports leagues–one kickball league and one softball league. They both have gender ratios that you need to maintain on field […]
I figured I’d start keeping track of media I consume, similar to kottke.org’s and subtraction’s. Here is the inaugural post, a few months late because I forgot to hit Publish. Star Trek: Voyager – I started this after finishing Deep Space Nine. While I am a huge fan of The Next Generation, I think Deep […]
Tomato paste was in almost everything that I ate growing up thanks to my Italian American family. I took for granted that it was easily available to me in cans or tubes and never stopped to think how it was made. It takes several days and requires a lot of sun and patience.