Tagged: absurdity

Pet Shop Boys set list for Donald Trump’s campaign

It couldn’t happen here. The prospect of a Trump win in the presidential election is looked on with horror by a solid majority of the developed world (even if you include the United States as a “developed country,” which some recent events have led me to doubt). But it’s not over till it’s...

Take the hummus challenge

As you may know, I recently had a few people around for a party and decided it would be a good idea to settle the question: who makes the best hummus in Columbus?  Over twenty people voted and I tabulated the results.  There’s something for everyone.  Go to my Columbus...

Welcome back, Class of 2008

Welcome back, 2E’s of Capital Law! Here at the beginning of our fifth semester, I find it’s a good time to take stock of where we are and where we’re going. Time slips by so quickly. Law school has been a lot tougher than we imagined, but we made it...

From the Bureau

We were told that if every person in P&C Systems completed their United Way pledge card (whether or not they actually gave to United Way), we would be allowed to wear jeans every day until October 21st.  Corporate drones love to wear jeans.  Every day you would get a report...

A visit to the grocery store

Well, I’m fresh back from a trip to the wonderful Kroger — a trip that, I maintain, would have been made partly unnecessary by the Fishline. It appears the pimply, nice U-Scan boy who used to work every single night has quit. I haven’t seen him in about two months....

Religious musings

I recently discovered a religious paradox while having a discussion with a Muslim friend at work. He is fasting while observing Ramadan, an Islamic holy month. His definition of the fast is that no food or drink can be consumed between sunrise and sunset. Consequently, he has to get up...