Exterior: Wintertime in a wooded area. A shaky handheld camera pans in a 180 degree view. Voice 1: "Hey Laura? I think I've got it!" Voice 2: "Is it on? Have you ever worked one of those things before?" V1: "Oh geez, it's just a camcorder ya know. Even a little kid can
George Berkeley was an eighteenth-century Irish philosopher who's primarily known for his ideas on immaterialism (later known as "subjective idealism"). This idea is that visible objects, even the world itself, only exist in the mind that perceives them. It is certainly counter-intuitive but contains a valuable insight that has been passed on
In case you missed it, I was in Dallas last weekend visiting a friend and enjoying a lot of this: and this so I was in no state to write the AFL Beat. Upon my return, work was crazy busy so my promised mid-week edition of the AFL Beat did not happen.
I know you're disappointed that, for travel-related reasons, your weekly dose of AFL Beat will be delayed. In an effort to tide you over, I offer this little analysis I did in which I asked the question: What if the NFL used the AFL system to determine playoff seedings? I compiled the
Halloween is over and everyone is recovering from alcohol poisoning or diabetic shock ( A typical Sunday/Monday if you're Andy Reid). Or maybe you stayed in because you made the mistake of eatign a Halloween whopper and feared you contracted salmonella (#whyismypoopgreen?) Statistically speaking as an adult you either dressed up
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten Oilers lore— While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a thudding, As of some one violently chopping, chopping at my chamber door. “’Tis Earl Campbell,” I muttered, “running over some defender poor— Only this