March 5, 2014
When I was 12, we visited my Great Aunt. She had this hippy’s wet dream of a farm, in the mountains outside Santa Cruz. I loved the place, and my mom was close to her aunt, but we never visited for more than an afternoon–because their house was a hoarder’s house. There was stuff everywhere […]
February 23, 2014
I watched a new show today, called Rake, on Hulu Plus. On one level, I’m enjoying it. The character interactions are fun and engaging, and the main character keeps getting into outrageous situations and worming his way out of them. He’s a delightful anti-hero, who keeps doing the right thing for the wrong reason. But the […]
January 28, 2014
It’s well established that when and how to have children is a private, individual decision protected by the Constitution. This news story shows how some states continue to burden that right, at least for anyone who wants to conceive with the help of a sperm donor and without the thousands of dollars of out of […]
January 8, 2014
Peers at school–if she tells you your preaching makes her uncomfortable, stop it. Telling someone you don’t want them to go to hell isn’t polite. Be an example of how a Christian should treat others, and you may win a few souls. When Jesus ate lunch with sinners, he didn’t mention hell even once. And […]
July 28, 2013
It’s Monsoon season. That doesn’t necessarily mean it rains, the way it does during most monsoon seasons. Historically it did, but thanks to poor range management and the Urban Heat Sink, monsoon season around here means increased humidity, cloud cover that traps even more heat if it stays overnight, haboobs, and only the occasional rain […]
July 3, 2013
Next month, at the beginning of the fall semester, I start work in a legal clinic. The clinic is exactly the type of work I hope to do once I am a full-fledged attorney. It’s neither easy nor thankless work, and with it comes a kind of responsibility I’ve never carried so directly before. It […]
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