Tiger, Trump, and How to Spot a Conspiracy Theory

Did you find yourself rooting for Tiger to win the Masters a few weeks back?  Why? He’s not exactly a good guy. Just ask his ex-wife. She didn’t chase after him with a golf club for no reason.  No one would have blamed her had she caught him. That was ten years ago, and though … Continue reading Tiger, Trump, and How to Spot a Conspiracy Theory

The Right and the Righteous

Someone sent me a blog post the other day by a young school teacher.  The setup was interesting and well-written. She reflected on how she referred to her students as “her kids” when talking with her husband.  My kids drew me the sweetest picture today. One of my kids scraped his knee on the playground. … Continue reading The Right and the Righteous

What Cartoon Villains Tell Us About What We Hate

If you watch enough cartoons, you being to notice certain patterns in the storytelling.  For one, the heroes are always unfailingly, insufferably nice. The hero, whether person or pup or genie, will never, EVER do anything to hurt anyone else, even the villain, except perhaps in that one episode in season 2 where the whole … Continue reading What Cartoon Villains Tell Us About What We Hate