Puzzleography

Voici the app of the decade: Puzzleography, recommended for children 8 years old.  It’s so simple it’s genius; so genius, it’s simple.  It takes just minutes to figure out how to navigate and operate Puzzleography, and in just one evening, I’ve nearly mastered global geography. It’s only teaching you countries, not physical geographical features, or …

Day 10 (Again): Days Without Sugar

I thought today, “Just ten more ’10 day blocks’ and I’ll be at a hundred”, although really, it’s not even an immense challenge anymore.  I can do it. Around 2007, I started saying that, “In twenty years, sugar will be the new cigarettes; little kids will look on today’s advertising and wonder what the heck …

Yes he can, again. Barack Obama re-elected President of the United States!

To so many Americans with any amount of African heritage, and to so many Americans of any kind of unique heritage, Barack Obama is more than “President”; he is an important, living, symbol of hope and promise and inspiration. Many people will groan at seeing him re-elected because of his policies on health, or war, …

Sympathy for The Devil (aka Jerry Sandusky), or, An Ounce of Protection is Worth a Pound of Punishment

I am not speaking as a fan of Jerry Sandusky and have no idea who he is beyond many news headlines. I do not even recall what sport he coaches or where he coaches it at. What Mr. Sandusky did is obviously, clearly wrong and harmful and it has altered forever the lives of the …