If you’re looking for a detailed description of how Pharaoh Amenhotep LXXVII might have responded to the attacks on the Twin Pyramids in New Memphis by fanatical followers of the jealous Judean war-god on September 11, 2001, the essays in “What If? The World’s Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been” edited by Robert Cowley might seem a little unimaginative.
White chocolate is chocolate without a soul.
Since I’ve seen Charles Willson Peale’s 1776 portrait of George Washington a million times in books, I wanted see it in person.
Photos highlights from today’s trip to the CRMA.
My name is Scout. It’s a dumb name for a girl but then Jem is dumb name for a brother.
Some colorful bits of soap in our soap dish.
The snow here in Iowa held off until my return today from Indiana.
If you’re like me, when you read a serious nonfiction book about Area 51 you keep asking yourself, “so where do they keep the aliens?”
I’ve updated to WordPress 3.3.
I’ve always viewed choosing a font to be a brief formality before I type up a document or start a website.
I want to fly North by Northwest Airlines.
I requested Argentina 1516-1987 by David Rock, which tears through almost 500 years of history in about 400 pages.
The Johnson County Republicans’ website proclaimed the somewhat un-Republican exhortation, “Rock out with your caucus out!”
The wind has been blowing hard for about 24 hours straight now. Wherever it is coming from should be out of air by now.