... of the Used, Abused, and Utterly Screwed Up.
A Secular Franciscan looks at the world... with a more jaundiced eye than ever... and lots of ellipses for you to fill in the missing text... (with thanks to Thomas S. Klise for the title)
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
I can't understand
the American habit of naming their deciding events as if the date is a special sports date or something.
A Guide to Super Tuesday Possibilities
Only 10 States are voting on 'Super Tuesday'? What makes it 'super'? It's been seen over and over in recent years about their political events, but why? Why this need to label a deciding event (almost) of a political nature in the manner a football event is named? Will they soon start calling the Presidential Election the 'Washington Bowl' or something? It's really too weird...