Monthly Archives: April 2018
Musings in Spring: Willa Cather “I like trees because they seem more resigned to the way they have to live than other things do. I feel as if this tree knows everything I ever think of when I sit here. … Continue reading
“Stupidity is the same as evil if you judge by the results.” ― Margaret Atwood.
FAQ: Does The Emerald City have a Wizard? If so, is he Great and Terrible? It does have a Wizard, and he is indeed Great and Terrible. In fact, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson is generally regarded as the unofficial Emperor … Continue reading
Musings in Spring: Ellen Glasgow “Life is never what one dreams. It is seldom what one desires, but, for the vital spirit and the eager mind, the future will always hold the search for buried treasure and the possibility of … Continue reading
“He had just about enough intelligence to open his mouth when he wanted to eat, but certainly no more.” ― P.G. Wodehouse.
FAQ: Is Seattle a friendly city? Not particularly. In fact, its residents tend to regard one another with such cold and studied indifference that there is actually a term for it: “The Seattle Chill.” Below – A citizen of The … Continue reading
FAQ: Seattle advertises itself as The Emerald City, but is there a Yellow Brick Road leading to its glorious inner precincts? Indeed there is – lovely Aurora Avenue North, famed for its rush hour traffic, seedy motels, and friendly prostitutes. … Continue reading
Musings in Spring: Ellen Glasgow “The older I grow the more earnestly I feel that the few joys of childhood are the best that life has to give.” Below – Stephen S. Yaeger: “Children Playing at a Pond” This Date … Continue reading
“Evil isn’t the real threat to the world. Stupid is just as destructive as Evil, maybe more so, and it’s a hell of a lot more common. What we really need is a crusade against Stupid. That might actually make … Continue reading