Archives: November 2008

Amiss

Something is very peculiar about the rhetoric of 1 John, and this Saturday evening I had a sudden realization about why. Sometime this week I have to go to Harding and see if any commentaries have spotted the same thing that I have. They can’t have missed it entirely. Either way, if their explanations are

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Note to self

If and when I want to write a scientifically accurate space opera, I should consult this site. The amount of detail, and the wonderful pictures at every level, brings a tear to my eye.

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One down

I finished the article resubmission, so some of the stress is off. Maybe, just maybe, I’ll be able to start the antichrist paper now. The wedding is less than a month away, which seems odd, almost as if it crept up on us.

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Fallout 3 review

I finished Fallout 3 the other day and I thought I’d share my impressions. No spoilers. Let me get something out of the way first. When I was younger, I wanted to make a game a lot like this. It’s a great game. I got more than my money’s worth from it. The following observations

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And I was having a good day

Mitch Mitchell died today. He was 62. I haven’t posted much lately. I’m been busy sending out job applications, working on an article revision, prepping for the wedding, and trying to maintain sanity. I have managed to squeeze in some quality time with Fallout 3.

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Obama wins

I have a feeling that the Secret Service just placed a very large order for backup underwear. I was thrilled to watch Obama’s acceptance speech on TV – a million people in Chicago! – but it made me nervous at the same time. I can only imagine how many will make a pilgrimage to the

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Last-minute jitters

I actually don’t have any jitters, but I think a fair amount of Democrats are just holding their breath today, waiting for this election to be stolen by voting machines or for hidden racism to sweep away Obama’s commanding advantage in the polls (currently about 52-44). But the Obama machine is far stronger than Gore’s

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