Monthly Archives: March 2013

Stay Classy.

Normally I reserve Sundays for little throwaway comics or jokes just as a way to get a day off from blogging, but with the Easter holiday today and something relevant to post, I figured I would make something of an … Continue reading

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Vaccinate. Just Do It. You Won’t Get Autism …

… but you won’t get sick from a preventable illness or pass it to your unborn child, condemning him or her to a life of misery.  There’s that. Kent Sepkowitz, an infectious disease specialist, recently wrote an article in The … Continue reading

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How About “Hoo-Hah?”

I first saw reference to this article a couple of days ago, with the title of something like, “Teacher Being Punished for Saying ‘Vagina’ in Class”.  This, combined with the fact that it happened in Idaho, obviously got my attention. … Continue reading

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Must Be the Shoes.

I started working out again the other day, which includes among other things a series of push ups, chin ups, and some time on the elliptical machine.  After completing this little regimen, I realize only now that an unanticipated side … Continue reading

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Coming Out in Opposition to DOMA

On Wednesday the Supreme Court is going to begin consideration of the Defense of Marriage Act.  Enacted in 1996, it formally defines marriage as being between a man and a woman, while circumventing the Faith and Credit Clause by allowing … Continue reading

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