altruism and evolution

First, a bit of background, from John Crane’s post entitled “Who Really Believes in the Virgin Birth” Who really believes in the virgin birth? A recent survey by the Barna Research Group, asked adults what they believed about the virgin birth of Jesus—Was this story literally true or not? Across all demographic spectrums most adults […]

moral of story: tigers are ungrateful

“Somebody created a situation that really agitated her and gave her some sort of a method to break out,” Mollinedo said. “There is no possible way the cat could have made it out of there in a single leap. I would surmise that there was help. ”A couple of feet dangling over the edge could […]

“Could You Explain Programming Please”

Being a programmer and the only computer literate person in my family, I get tech support calls from my family all the time. I got a phonecall from a brother-in-law today: Him: Hey, you’re good with computers right? Me: Yes. Him: And you know how to program computers? Me: Yes, thats my job actually. Him: […]

2007 Sportsman of the Year: Brett Favre

“As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become more of a loner,” Favre says. “You’ve just been out there in front of 80,000 screaming people, everyone watching every move you make, the pressure of all that — it’s fine and dandy for three hours, but afterward….” Here Favre takes a big, billowing breath. “I used to thrive […]

new indianapolis library houses crappy coffeeshop

the new indianapolis library is open and i was dissapointed to learn that it contains a starbucks. now, i used to work for starbucks and as far as big corporations that come into small markets and wipe out local businesses, it’s not ALL bad, i suppose, but still, the city could have gone with any […]