I Recommend . . .

 

Ron Swanson's Guarantee

 

I wish I had Ron Swanson’s confidence.

However, I use neither Army-issued mustache trimmers nor the C.R. Lawrence Fein two inch axe-style scraper oscillating knife blade.

I do, from time to time, use Morton’s Salt.

 

Now, I appreciate it when people direct others to my blog (or Facebook, or Twitter).

I’d like to return the favor.

Normally, this would fall under the “You Should Be Reading” list at the bottom of this page.

However, some things just don’t show up on WordPress. Things like . . .

Blogs:

 

Shut Up and Take Your Seat

My friend Jon talks about “the radicals of public transportation” in Bellingham, Washington.

 

Whatever

The personal blog of down-to-earth and all-around-good-guy (and SF/F writer) John Scalzi.

Yes, I’m giving him a plug even though he told me to stay off the internet forever.

Proof:

Scalzi Leave Internet Forever

Comics:

 

xkcd

A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language

 

Existential Comics

Updated every Monday, a philosophy comic about the inevitable anguish of living a brief life in an absurd world. Also jokes.

Podcasts

 

Stuff You Should Know

They cover pretty much everything under the sun.

 

Stuff You Missed in History Class

A springboard for further study of little-known (or at least little-taught) history.

 

The Christian Humanist

Philosophy, Theology, Literature, and Other Things Human Beings Do Well

Not for the intellectually faint of heart.

But the hosts are funny, and they plug Dante.

 


Don’t forget to follow me on:

 

Facebook – where I share news stories, articles from other blogs, and various and sundry miscellany that happens to catch my eye. It’s stuff you won’t see here! Well, mostly.

 

Instagram – where I show you my Life in Motion and share quotes and such. The widget only shows my last three photographs – don’t you want to see them all?

 

Twitter – where you can see my thoughts in 140 characters or less. Also, funny retweets.

Advertisements

One thought on “I Recommend . . .

Comments are closed.

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: