Archive for September, 2005

The Cruisin Carts Program

Saturday, September 24th, 2005

In another world, not too dissimilar from ours, the following article was placed on the wire by the Associated Press for use in mid-week editions of various local news papers. Yesterday Wallmart announced the inauguration of its “Cruisin Carts” program. The company had long resigned itself to the fact that the appropriation of shopping carts [...]

The Path to Freedom

Thursday, September 22nd, 2005

This past weekend I went on a backpacking trip in Kings Canyon. Beyond money, the price for such a trip was severely blistered feet, a swollen middle toe, some wicked knots in my shoulders, and sore calf muscles. In final summation, however, the beauty of this place, the chance to live in it through all [...]

For the Sake of a Higher Cause

Friday, September 16th, 2005

Over the past few days I have been listening to the hearings for the appointment of Judge Roberts to the position of Chief Justice. Filling this position is of course a critical matter as the person who holds this office will likely have a profound influence on the shape of American culture. Thus, I am [...]

Any Old Post

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

This statement has no significance. The above statement was the best I could do in the moment. My friend Simon Jones, who set this blog up for me, asked me to write something in the blog entry field, so that he could make sure everything was technically kosher. Immediately I felt an intense amount of [...]