https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma440BTErHw Even though there is no word to describe just how bad Mondays really are, I first heard this song in a scene from The West Wing (likely my favorite TV show of all time) in an episode called "20 Hours in America." It's worth the three and a half minutes to give a little … Continue reading Another Monday…
Remember this post about good, small-batch bourbon? Well, it appears that National Review has done a piece on the history of the distillery. It is worth the read to see what small business owners can do to further the economic--and gastronomic--future of America.
Here is a fun piece from John Allen testing how much you know about the Vatican. I got them all correct except one—let's just say I haven't pulled out my Code of Canon Law in about five-and-a-half years. Enjoy.
Although he says it much better than I could, my first reaction to seeing Obama's possible SCOTUS replacements was just like Orin Kerr's. It's so good of Pres. Obama to be selecting from such "diverse" candidates to fill Steven's seat this summer. My bet is on Kagan, but I'm not holding my breath.
Okay, it is odd to write about a piece of furniture, I know, but I felt so vindicated this morning reading this post that I had to write about it. I've gone back and forth in my mind over the last three years, but I think my standing desk is here to stay. I first … Continue reading Why I love my standing desk
A couple of days ago, I posted about a new distillery in New York State called Tuthilltown Spirits. After corresponding with Ralph Erenzo, one of the founding partners of the distillery, I am all the more impressed by their products–not just the Bourbon (though I'm still partial). Turns out, Tuthilltown Spirits took home a number … Continue reading The Best Bourbon Around?