Monthly Archives: October 2003

Happy Hallowe’en/Samhain!

Now that everything has relatively calmed down, a photoshop done by someone more talented than I — It’s been an interesting past couple of days. Hopefully it’s all calmed down by now — while I do have to expressly thank Fr. Sibley for the increased attention to my site lately. I’ve had record numbers of […]

I HATE driving in the snow. (thank you, that is all)

Variations on the Word Love This is a word we use to plug holes with. It’s the right size for those warm blanks in speech, for those red heart- shaped vacancies on the page that look nothing like real hearts. Add lace and you can sell it. We insert it also in the one empty […]

In addition to being labeled “whiny” by someone I don’t even know — today I had an opportunity to be labeled something else. In this case, it was actually a positive experience. It happened this afternoon in my grad rhetorical criticism class. One of the students who is just now learning about rhetoric was talking […]

Blog Wars, part deux. (and here you thought you had it bad!) I love the smell of controversy on a Wednesday. It would seem that I’ve frustrated a Fr. Bryce Sibley. Here’s the history of it all. He posted this lovely tirade/analysis against a Valtrex commercial. Segments: The basic gist of it was this – […]