Monthly Archives: June 2006


June 20, 2006 Comments Off on QOTD

The punishment which the wise suffer who refuse to take part in the government, is to live under the government of worse men. — Plato Read More »

Bent on controversy, not healing

June 19, 2006 1 Comment »

The Anglican church in the US has elected a female priest as its head. It took five ballots and she will serve an amazing 9 years. This after the first openly gay bishop was elected a couple of years ago, ... Read More »


June 17, 2006 1 Comment »

From yesterday, the good: Punt returning Field goal kicking The bad: Everything else It was a bad night. But I’m not as pessimistic as Benjy on the season. This is a BC team that was something like 9-0 last year. ... Read More »

Start of the CFL

June 17, 2006 Comments Off on Start of the CFL

I watched the opening of the CFL today. I was pretty excited, until I watched the Saskatchewan – B.C. game. The Riders got crushed, and it seems that although they picked up a good quarterback and a good receiver, it’s ... Read More »


June 15, 2006 Comments Off on Apologies

Sorry for the light posting the last little while – it’s close to the end of the school year, so things are a little frantic… students handing in last-minute homework, getting finals ready, etc. In anticipation of Father’s Day, here’s ... Read More »

Bappy Hirthday!

June 10, 2006 4 Comments »

So here we are – 4 years of blogging! This has been an eventful year… abroad, the war on terror plunges ahead full-steam with advances being made everywhere. Most recently, Zarqawi was killed in Iraq. With a welcome change in ... Read More »

Video roundup

June 9, 2006 Comments Off on Video roundup

This hilarious video spoofs the science videos of old: This guy is an amazing juggler – unique ways of keeping those balls moving: Also, check out his nested box demonstration. Very cool. Finally, a stick-man battles in the ultimate arena: ... Read More »

Firefox + Wikipedia = hours wasted

June 8, 2006 1 Comment »

Tabbed browsing is great under most circumstances, but it does lead to an amazing amount of time wasted when browsing Wikipedia. I started off with an article on Larry Niven, which led to Neutron Star, Inconstant Moon, Ringworld, and Green ... Read More »

PG rating for religion

June 7, 2006 Comments Off on PG rating for religion

The MPAA thinks parents need to be warned when a movie is too christian. Now that’s pathetic Read More »


June 6, 2006 3 Comments »

AC has a link to this hilarious story about the budget getting passed today… apparently by accident. Oops! Read More »

Christianity cheat sheet

June 1, 2006 1 Comment »

Via Hassenpfeffer, this hilarious “‘cheat sheet‘ for those confused and worried about the place of Christianity in America” include the folowing entries: The Bible The Bible was written by God as a merchandising tie-in to His blockbuster film “The Ten ... Read More »