On Logic and Libertarianism

On Logic and Libertarianism

Okay, so let’s look at it like this, then. There are three siblings: Jack, Bobby, and Suzie. Their mom tells them that they can’t go outside to play until all three of their rooms are clean. She wants to reward the individual as well as the group, however, so if, say,...
Cheesyball

Cheesyball

A Retrospective Review of Moneyball “How can you not be romantic about baseball?” asks Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) in the penultimate scene of Moneyball, echoing his earlier declaration that “it’s hard not to be romantic about baseball.” Perhaps the reason the theme...
Family Values Tour: Dads

Family Values Tour: Dads

  Dads is bad. Dads is painfully, totally, in spots off-the-charts bad, made with the kind of primitive humor and style that makes you wonder whether anyone involved had ever seen a sitcom before. It’s the only multi-camera, laugh-track sitcom of the lot here,...
The Numbers Game

The Numbers Game

  We wanted to give this topic its due and be able to be honest, so the writers have been kept anonymous.  Enjoy.   A Female Perspective:   Known as one of the oldest double standards in the book, my “number”, has been haunting me since the age of 16....