Kids have a knack at asking some difficult questions that often leave older people feeling kind of sheepish. From here. The obvious answer is that she is cuter. From the Email Bag via Nurse Jerz.
Passover is only a few weeks away, and you know what that means? KOSHER COKE! That’s right, once a year Coca-Cola in the United States produces Coca-Cola using real sugar, well sucrose according to the ingredient label, but the main thing is that kosher Coke isn’t made with corn syrup. In other words kosher Coke … Read more
I stopped into a local large international coffee shop today, that I will call Burnt Coffee America (BCA), to work on some outlines for my comprehensive finals this July. Well, I had a hankering for a café au lait, so after being greeted by the barista, I quickly asked for an “au lait with your … Read more
Alright, I got the image to rotate. Though it makes me a little dizzy in its full size. So here is the link if you want to check out Chesterton in all of his 3.14 glory.
As if he wasn’t round enough to begin with. Here is Chesterton in 360 degrees. I made one that rotates too, but I can’t figure out how to get it to rotate when I post it on blogger. I might have to experiment a bit.
The road to perdition is paved with supersized fries, large shakes, and Big Macs. As ridiculous as this sounds it might be what the American culture leads one to believe. With the increasing number of ‘guilt-free’ and ‘sinless’ labels on food products, one might suspect that America has become so mad that it is no … Read more
I have been hearing rumors of the discoveries of some previously unknown sermons of St. Augustine over in Vienna, so I emailed one of my professors I had at Notre Dame, John Cavadini. He did some hunting around and eventually wrote back to me a few days later, “You were right! –jc”. This is very … Read more
Did anyone Catch this cartoon on Sunday? Click on it for a larger image or just go to the link in the previous sentence. I’d order a print if it didn’t cost $65.00.
I was in the French Quarter yesterday with my mother for lunch. While we were walking past a few shops, we ran across this painting by native Louisianian artist Jim Tweedy. I laughed out loud when I saw it, so I bought a copy. You can see a larger copy from his website, and you … Read more
Inspired by an idea from my friend Emily over at the Parousian’s blog