"Sometimes my turds are just like tar and they stick and smear rather than wipe-- I hate that. For home I broke down and got a hand held Bidet so I could spray off the mess more easily and be clean. The water isn't heated which I think…"
Has anyone else been listening to This American Life's "Serial" podcast? I've found it a pretty compelling true crime story. There is a lot of controversy surrounding the original case being investigated, the obsessiveness of the show's fan base, and the journalistic ethics of the show's host, Sarah Koenig. For those of you who have listened to it, what do you think about it now that there is only one episode left? Do you think Adnan is guilty or innocent? Do you have any theories? Will the…See More
"Yours is a style that is very noticeable, very much out there. Similar yet not similar, you know? I felt nostalgia looking at them, and realized it was not one style, but many mastered. The details! The lines and the thickness of the lines, the…"
"I think for me it was watching Rear Window as a teenager with my parents and realizing the potential film had to create emotion through suspense. I still remember Jimmy Stewart looking through his telephoto lens over the the apartment across the…"
"Tim, your poems are really good. The depth of your poetic language expresses your thoughts so well. Your command of scriptural references is deeply embedded in each poem and gives a refreshing hope even in pain. Indeed! I am impressed. You are…"
"Opening up the door for legally obligated cake baking despite the baker's objections and convictions is similar to fundamentalist christian's efforts to "get god back in schools" or "teach the controversy", in that it…"
""So the problem with the self seems to be that it's whatever anyone says whenever anyone says, & it can changed endlessly."
I think God changes at near the same rate as the self, which, I suspect, is less swift and less endless…"
"A friend of mine is shy about being seen shirtless because he is a little overweight. So how would I get him to start walking around the house with his shirt off more frequently come spring and summer?"