June 20, 2009
Given that I have practically no readership (see post below) the format of this blog is going to be a little casual. (meaning, more personal, and, you can count on not seeing ads, or dry politcal reporting, anytime soon).
A note on the topics I'll be covering: (and a few general disclaimers)
#1 I will be writing on Philosophy, (esp. as it integrates with Christianity) etc., but tar-babies (I have yet to come up with something better to call them than that) will be blocked. Genuine questions, even critical questions/responses are welcome, but I'm not planning on having a 2-hour posting blitz with every atheist that comes here. Students (c'est moi) have better things to be doing with their time.
#2 Don't expect ace, up-to-the-minute reporting on every political "event"/gaffe by some major politician. Most political news in this country has become rather one-dimensional, (regardless of which party you're talking about) and I have no wish to imitate them.
Note: Given the title of this post, there was supposed to be a note on relativism (particularly moral) but I'll have to save that for the next post. (Thou shalt not write long, rambling posts is apparently the 1st Commandment of blogging)
June 2, 2009
This company makes hilarious antithetical counterparts to all of the "motivational posters" for businesses that you often see. Example: A poster on blogging.
Since I seem to have exactly 0 readers* other than my family, (pretty lame for a political blog),
I thought this was rather hilarious commentary on blogging.