Archive for January 2003

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Have you ever heard of Vulcan, Alberta? Them crazy canucks…

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There are two types of beautiful winter days. Some will argue there’s only one, and still some will argue there’s no such thing. For the purposes of this blog, we will ignore those crazy winter-hating bastards, because they’re all probably just lousy Americans that came up from LA. Last Thursday (with the insane snowfall) was […]

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My boy Tycho of PA hooked me up with this sweet thang. Check it out now, if you haven’t done so.

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I’m not sure if this is relevant but it reminded me of recent posts. Here’s a short exerpt from Mr. J. Swift’s “Gulliver’s Travel’s” which I’m reading for my English ISP. “…As these Houyhnhnms are endowed by Nature with a general disposition to all virtues, and have no conceptions or ideas of what is evil […]

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On Opinions Part II… Sheep brought up a good contemplation in his comments on yesterday’s post. He’s right when he contends that on “subjective” things, everybody’s opinion is equally valid. I overlooked that, and I agree that there are obviously some situations where nobody’s opinion is more valid than another’s, and in those subjective situations […]

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What makes a good opinion? Are all opinions created equal? We recently had a discussion on the meaning of morality in english class. As you could imagine, there were many varied viewpoints on this. So, what criteria do we use to evaluate an opinion? Certainly in that english class, “logic” was universally accepted as the […]

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New Contest from The BAG! That’s right, hot off the heels of the previous 1000th visitor contest, we have quite a doozy for you! Linked here is the newest BAG comic. But there’s a catch! We showed it to Jeffy boy today sans dialogue, and he had no idea what was going on. So we […]

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I was talking to some friends, and I came to a strange realization (it was an odd conversation). Imagine the following situation – you’ve just finished a glass of milk. For whatever god-forsaken reason, you then decide you want to have a glass of water. Would you just rinse out your original glass, or put […]

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What do you call a deer with no eyes? No eye deer. What do you call a deer with no eyes and no legs? Still no eye deer. Ha ha, thank you! I’m here Monday through Fridays, seven days a week. …wait…or something. How does that line work?

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