In the movie Antz, there is an ant named Z. The ants are working constructing a new colony home. But there is a General Mandible who wants to build a new colony by destroying everyone who is not like him. Z has to save the day stating that those he seeks to destroy are theContinue reading “Be the Ball . . .”
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Throwing a Completed Pass . . .
This may sound like a simple concept, but sometimes that which is most obvious is most overlooked. In American Football, for a quarterback to throw a successful down field pass he must throw the ball to where the receiver will be, not where the receiver starts running his route. But that concept is hardly recognizableContinue reading “Throwing a Completed Pass . . .”
A Church Full of Plastic Surgeons . . .
I was texting back and forth with a good friend regarding the recent dissertation I linked to by Colleen Batchelder: I made the comment that the church coffee bar was a bad idea. Because it actually had the opposite of the intended effect. We thought that we were being hip, cool, and inclusive, but theContinue reading “A Church Full of Plastic Surgeons . . .”
A Deer, A Doe, A Female Deer . . .
Quite a few of you out there will recognize those words as the opening line from the song Do-Re-Mi, from the musical Sound of Music. In it, the governess Maria was teaching the children in her charge the very basic concept of music. And through that song, many countless children have taken their very firstContinue reading “A Deer, A Doe, A Female Deer . . .”