a brick and mortar christmas

Pardon the "get off my lawn" post, but I'm 40 now. There comes a point in every man's life where he embraces his inner curmudgeon. There comes a point in every man's life where he finds himself less identifying with Ralphie than with his cranky dad. I'm choosing 40 as that point. (Although, those who … Continue reading a brick and mortar christmas

the surprising price of atheism

My wife absolutely loves the Hallmark Channel - especially around Christmas. Starting around August 12, it's all Christmas all the time on Hallmark, and shortly thereafter my DVR will start filling up with a seemingly endless parade of movies celebrating the spirit of the season with provocative titles like "My Christmas Dream," "A Dream of … Continue reading the surprising price of atheism