Bits of Nostalgia and Nature, Some World News, and a Really Big Wombat

This entry is part 86 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

Full day at the office followed by a full evening of more work on a freelance project I had hoped would be much further ahead than it is now. This whole “burning out” thing happens much more quickly than it did 20 years ago. What’s up with that? Oh, yeah… human… aging… right. Can’t run […]

The Doctor, The Terminator, The Panic, and The MacGuffin

This entry is part 76 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

The first thing I noted this morning as I scrolled through the first screen or so of my Facebook feed was the plethora of Doctor Who posts. I mean, I have a lot of friends who are fans of the good Doctor, so I regularly see a few posts mentioning him every day. But this […]

Reboots, Rumors, Religion, and a Kick Ass Waterslide

This entry is part 75 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

Aside from the ongoing discussions about Guardians of the Galaxy, the story today that most caught my attention was a kind of scathing take-down of the currently popularĀ “Prosperity Gospel” movement. From what I can see, there’s nothing “Gospel” related in the prosperity gospel. In fact, it seems like it pretty clearly goes against just about […]

Politics, SciFi, Comics, Comedy, and, well, Pretty Much a Little of Everything

This entry is part 73 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

I’ve really got get back on track to do posts on Fridays… or any of the times over the weekend that I think “Gee, I should probably post something to my actual blog…” Because by the time Monday night rolls around, I’m usually doing so many other things that I put this off until the […]

Sounds of Space, Questionable Business, Questionable Politics, and Some Movie Stuff

This entry is part 70 of 100 in the series Today's Tidbits

With Comic Con passed, there are a lot of movie announcements floating around out there now. Sequels, reboots, spin offs, and even some original properties that all sound really interesting. The problem, of course, is that most of them are a year or more away. I remember the “good old days” when you wouldn’t hear […]