Blog Profile / The League of Ordinary Gentlemen

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Archived Since:August 27, 2009

Blog Post Archive


On Beating a Game, Starting A New One, Then Realizing That You Have Muscle Memory for the Old Control Scheme (Also, a fuller Batman: Arkham Knight review)

A Possible GOP Voter Rates the Debate

Everyone today is talking about which of last night's candidates bettered their chances to win the GOP nomination. But which bettered their chances for being able to possibly win a general election?

Linky Friday #126: USE! USE!

This Week: Useful things, Economy, Education, Europe, and the United States


It's not a gaming group unless you have a Xanatos Gambit.

And You Thought Judge Judy Was Rough

View a bit of largely unseen work from a legendary "punked humor" comic artist carrying the torch of a late (I think?) legend and close friend and working partner of his.

Keep your damn hands off my pull ups…

Dave shares an article about the possibility of state licensing for personal trainers.

And so it begins…

The battle for GOP POTUS candidate gets under way tonight in not one but two must-see debates.

Like Jason Voorhees In That Last Scene

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Religious Test Clause predictably collide with Obergefell v. Hodges in Eastern Kentucky.

A Taste Of The Life Of A Practicing Lawyer

Even when they're really rich and really famous and really attractive, other peoples' actual lives are typically insipid.

Chomsky v. Silber, a Classic Exchange

Watch two intellectual giants battle it out over 1980s Cold War politics and policies.


If you were getting only one album from the original early-nineties 'shoegazing' scene, it should be MBV's Loveless - but if you were getting two, you should get this one also.

Sweden’s Education Privatization Failure

Sweden's privatization of their schools has failed. It should provide lessons for America and England.

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