Monthly Archives: November 2010

Carnage and Culture by Victor Davis Hanson

Over the past several months I’ve had the pleasure of reading Victor Davis Hanson’s stellar Carnage and Culture: Landmark Battles in the History of Western Power. Sold in the U.K. under the more accurate (and more provacative) title Why The … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Fun with Buster Fonz!

Accept this pittance as trifling proof of Rock TV’s barely continued existence! This video was truly a pleasure to write and produce. The Buster Fonz character is an old favorite of this ministry’s (and mine) having been featured previously three … Continue reading

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Impending Backhugs

Sometimes I worry that hugging from behind will become a thing that my friends like to do and I’ll have to go along with it even though it makes me uncomfortable. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not entirely opposed to … Continue reading

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Maybe this isn’t normal, but almost every night I have dreams where I experience inexpressable rage. In these dreams, I’m often trying to fight a chaotic, violent force (like Roy Scheider in Jaws) or wrestle with enormous powers beyond my … Continue reading

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