From amazon! You thought I was going somewhere else with that? Don't be so goyish!
Sooooo. The following photo made the front cover of Bloomberg earlier today. The front. Cover. QUICK! What's her name? ... what's her name? ... so WHY is this on the FRONT COVER? Here's something a buddy shared with me that you may find amusing: And something else a buddy shared with me: And something I... Continue Reading →
I cannot emphasize enough how much I loved this book. Sure, I read it back in July and have been meaning to post this ever since but I mean it: if you enjoy finding the humor and scandal in the good book, read Ken's Guide to The Bible by Ken Smith. It's only 143 pages... Continue Reading →
Hi all you cool cats and kittens. Today is a bit of rage-fueled rant but after you read the below, you may agree. Or you may disagree. But at least remain open minded to all possibilities (atheism is just as impossible to prove as god so I'm a proud agnostic). In the WSJ article below,... Continue Reading →
I read this bad boy quite randomly after finishing Under the Banner of Heaven. Halfway into Around the World, there's a multi-page examination of the Mormon religion from when the book was written in 1873 - extremely fascinating to learn all about Mormonism then get Jules Verne's 1873 interpretation of the pyramid sche... religion. Anyway,... Continue Reading →
This is going to be short and sweet. If you have an interest in organized religion, particularly Mormonism, and you enjoyed Into the Wild and Into Thin Air, you'll love this book. Written in his typical style of transitioning back and forth in time and drawing together multiple human stories and concepts, it's classic Krakauer. Very interesting... Continue Reading →
I apologize for my ignorance and for not being aware of this sooner, but did you know that "gun and loan" stores litter rural America? Incredible that they would combine the two. Example: Hodag Gun & Loan up in Northern Wisconsin. Did you know that Jesus (of Christ fame) had siblings? According to Wikipedia, "The... Continue Reading →