Another year gone by, and you know what that means...its time to rank the people who didn't live to see 2018. There were the expected deaths. The TV stars who were so old you forgot about them. Or the gone-before-their-time music artists that "surprised" us despite a brazen rock and roll lifestyle. And then there were…Read more Deaths of 2017 Ranked by the F**ks I Give
Equinox. Rooted in Latin meaning, equal "equi-" night "-nox". On March 20th the entire world experiences equal amounts of night. This moment happens around 6:30 AM this Monday when the sun crosses the equator. Not to be confused with equilux, when night equals day, which is dependent on your longitude/latitude location. Both events occur…Read more Vernal Equinox
I was writing a different post, and was rushing to get it done. Unfortunately I have been too busy this week to do that other post justice. So instead, this week I bring you an old note I wrote on Facebook from back in 2009 when I should have started this blog. Without further ado,…Read more Animals that Prove Evolution to Me
There are approximately 470,000 words in Webster's Dictionary. Only 6% of these words are regularly used by native English speakers. An average adult's working vocabulary is around 30,000 words, plateauing around middle age. I think my working vocabulary tends to be in the upper percentiles, thanks to being a weird kid who liked to casually…Read more In Other Words
For 2017, I'm starting a blog. What better start than by disccussing the deaths of 2016? We can all admit that 2016 was a shitty year. A year that was one blow after another, took some really significant figures out of my life. Few were spared. (Fingers crossed for my girl, Betty White, only a few…Read more Deaths of 2016 Ranked by the F**ks I Give about Them.