Over the weekend, our troupe of Anglos, all in Madrid to study Spanish and/or teach English, took advantage of the city's ideal location for a day trip to Toledo.
No matter how many books read, how many websites visited, how many personal accounts accumulated, when it comes down to make the actual move, my arms remain outstretched in a darkened room.
It was an ugly, brown polyester gas station attendant’s jacket, made all the more unsightly by large rips, frayed edges, and a phalanx of safety pins. I thought it was the coolest thing I'd ever seen.
The recent attempt (and failure) in various states to "preserve religious freedom" by dumping on the gays has added a new wrinkle to the Gay Rights debate. With the tides of inevitability pretty much guaranteeing that within the decade we will see the national legalization of same-sex marriage, the religious right and conservative groups seem … Continue reading Religion is a Choice
I don't believe in gods or guns. Why this offends the sensibilities of a large portion of America I'll never understand. But, rest assured, in times of trouble, I don't suddenly start praying for a .45.
It finally happened. An active professional athlete has 'come out of the closet.'
As I age, I'm dealing with the inevitable realities of diminished mental capacity. Neuroscientists have suggested that our minds peak at 22 and start deteriorating around 27. Based on personal experience, that sounds about right. That's not to say that I'm getting dumber. In fact, there is no age at which we can't still learn … Continue reading Trivial Pursuits
"i need a good argument on being against gay marriage" was a search term that led someone to my blog. It must have led him (her?) to one of two of my blog posts in which I present those arguments they're searching for and then refute them, exposing them for the thinly-veiled bigotry that they … Continue reading “i need a good argument on being against gay marriage”