No Room at the Bin

The kitchen remodel has wrecked my blogging schedule. But — speaking of wreckage — we got demolition done this weekend!

Here are before and after pics of the kitchen.

Before

After

Before

After

 Where did all that go?  Into this 8′ x 18′ haul-away bin. Just under 3 tons of stuff!

And for those of you who don’t believe […]

Kitchen Demolition Today

Wish me luck.

Actually…Rob swinging a sledge hammer? Better wish the people around me luck.

Reply to George: XII. The Dishonest Truth about Same-Sex Parenting

[This post is part of a series analyzing Robert George’s widely-read article, “What is Marriage“, which appeared on pages 245-286 of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. You can view all posts in the series here.]

Pages 257-259 and 262-263: In which George — well, read for yourself. Any summary I write sounds incredibly harsh.

Deceitful […]

Skiing

[This was supposed to post last Thursday from my phone. For some reason it did not. Sorry I was away for so long without explanation.]

My wonderful boyfriend used his tax refund to get us a great condo for Mammoth gay ski weekend. Got here Thursday. Weather is perfect and slopes are empty (today anyway). Pic […]

Reply to George: XI. Gay Marriages Will Destroy Straight Marriages!

[This post is part of a series analyzing Robert George’s widely-read article, “What is Marriage“, which appeared on pages 245-286 of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. You can view all posts in the series here.]

Pages 260-262: In which Robert George explains why legalizing same-sex marriage will lead opposite-sex parents to divorce.

At this point, […]

So how do you REALLY feel about Mexicans?

Jeremy Hooper of GoodAsYou unearthed this gem from Jennifer Roback Morse, who heads up NOM’s youth outreach program, the Ruth Institute.

Apparently Dr. Morse appeared on Spanish language radio, where she was stunned — stunned! — that her host was familiar with political philosophy.

Why so stunned?  Because:

Here I am, you know, sort of typical, clueless Anglo […]

I Am a Bigger Dork than You

Today is March 14 — 3.14 — also known as “Pi Day.”

In high school I thought it was a big deal to know the value of pi to many, many decimal places.  I’ve forgotten most if it, but more than 30 years later I can still rattle off 3.141592653589793 as long as I don’t mess […]

Reply to George: X. Why Infertile Straights Get to Marry

[This post is part of a series analyzing Robert George’s widely-read article, “What is Marriage“, which appeared on pages 245-286 of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. You can view all posts in the series here.]

Pages 256-257, and 265-268, in which Robert George explains why infertile opposite-sex couples can still have “real marriages.”

Reading Robert […]

Reply to George: IX. Polygamy and Incest

[This post is part of a series analyzing Robert George’s widely-read article, “What is Marriage“, which appeared on pages 245-286 of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. You can view all posts in the series here.]

Page 259 (and also 250): In which Robert George doesn’t realize he’s made a case for recognizing incestuous […]

Busy times

Work and an upcoming kitchen remodel have been soaking up my time.  I promise to give you polygamy and incest tomorrow (I’ve got this installment of Robert George written, but I need to set it aside and edit it tomorrow).

In the meantime, if you love dogs, drawing, and humor, check this out.

And finally, I don’t […]