Blog Profile / The League of Ordinary Gentlemen

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On having houseguests. On having to wear pants.

The Wager

Pascal wrote, "Too much and too little wine. Give him none, he cannot find truth; give him too much, the same," so I recommend a reading this with a drink or two.

Breakfast for Lunch

We have moved one step closer to being in the best of all possible worlds.

Sex, Computers, & Auxiliary Mothers

When is an adult's presence with a child or amongst children cause for alarm?

Une Vignette Fantastique du Kentucky

An indulgence in what would be an act of political courage and principle, if it were to actually take place, which we all know it will not.

Freedom of Movement

It seems like Europe may be vacillating on its apparent commitment to freedom of movement.

I’m not an Atheist or a Religious Rationalist

How do we know what's ultimately true? Especially in a religious sense. This is where I am currently.

Netflix’s Bloodline Was A Stunner For 12 and 10/11ths Episodes

Netflix's Bloodline was absolutely excellent television for almost the entirety of its first season. Turn it off three-minutes-and-thirty-seconds before it ends.


Egypt sends al Jazeera journalists to jail for broadcasting material harmful to Egypt.

Speaking of the Speechwriter

Will and Tod recently read Barton Swaim's The Speechwriter and are planning to talk about it soon. You should consider reading it yourself.

“Why do we continue to trust these [people]?”

Wherein former speechwriter Barton Swain answers better than I why I cannot bring myself to trust the politicians that you think I should.

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