Finding Fideism (Fuh-day-ism)

I recently finished Martin Gardner‘s “The Whys of a Philosophical Scrivener”. Gardner is a Fideist, which describes anyone who uses faith to come to certain

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Reality TV Quick Reviews

There is a plethora of television called Reality TV on the air these days. How do you sort the bad from the awful? Here is a short review of a couple dozen shows so you can sort your laundry instead.

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Why I Don’t Have Kids

I’ve compiled a list of reasons why we don’t have kids. Here they are: Kids are money-leeching, whiny little germ factories. Ask any parent. So

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My Take on Curling

How can anyone not be fascinated with Curling? Whenever it’s on the Olympics I watch it, and I sometimes find myself cheering. If you still

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What Bryan’s Playing

In September I was playing one game. Borderlands. With a buddy.

Now I can’t keep up with all the games I bought over the months. Especially since my job is keeping me very busy, which is a good problem to have these days.

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The Cheese Touch

Last night at dinner my boys, aged 7 and 9, started doing something called “The Cheese Touch”. With fingers crossed, they would poke each other

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Dan Brown – The Lost Symbol

Dan Brown’s latest novel, The Lost Symbol, has an enormous amount of symbology, mysticism, ancient mysteries and facts wrapped around a weak story. The former definitely makes up for the latter, and it is worth the read, if for anything else, so the reader can learn more about perspective.

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Stormtroopers Discuss Their Own 9/11

Classless?  Possibly.  Too soon?  Debatable.  Funny? Definitely. CollegeHumor puts together something that has not been discussed in the geek world: the idea that the Death

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Big Fan Review

For those that don’t know, I’m the Producer of the podcast EaglesFanCast – Views on the Philadelphia Eagles.   I started it two years ago

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