Monthly Archives: December 2010

Everything I read in 2010

To the best of my recollection, these are the books I read in 2010.  Click on the title for the Amazon link. If you buy it through my link I get 4% of the sale.  That helps me out and … Continue reading

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Ask Ron #2

I’m going to try to run answers the end of next week.  Give me all you got.

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Top 5 Reasons Why I Didn’t Write Any “Best of 2010” Lists

It’s just about the end of the year and everyone else in the blogosphere has posted all their best of the year lists.  I had originally thought about doing one for my favorite albums of the year, I do love … Continue reading

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Holiday Links

The Origin of “Xmas”— if you are like me you are growing weary of the whole “put Christ back in Christmas” nonsense.  “Xmas” has a Christian origin as this link explains.  Every sensible Christian should check it out, insensible ones … Continue reading

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The Society of Awesome Vegetarians

Last Week’s post “The League of Evil Vegetarians” proved to be very controversial, and my most viewed blog post.  Of course if those evil vegetarians are left unchecked they would be force-feeding us dangerous soy.  Thank God for the Society … Continue reading

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There’s a Slight Chance that Our Children Aren’t Hopeless

I’ve thought of a reason why our kids might not be hopeless.  I mean they probably will be, but not necessarily.  Like my generation, they will play countless video games and refuse to read books that aren’t about zombies, vampires or … Continue reading

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Why Modern Bands Are Often Forced to Have Stupid Names

The guys had just finished their first band practice.  They got together when the bass player posted an ad on craigslist looking for musicians to start a pop-punk band with emo and metal influences.  They all believed they could be … Continue reading

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