Month: June 2003

  • Boredom. Big Time.

    I’m having problems, again, with the fact that I don’t have much in terms of either friends or a peer group, here (in Georgia, that is). Sure, there are some Christian folks roughly my age (though most are a couple years younger), but I don’t know of anyone around here with similar life experiences, interests, […]

  • The Federal Marriage Amendment

    Unless you’re living in a cave, you probably have heard about the recent Supreme Court overthrow of anti-sodomy laws in 13 states. You’ve probably also heard that this is “Gay Pride” weekend (or simply “Pride” weekend, since “gay” is apparently insensitive to the “transgendered” and all sorts of other folks). We have a problem here. […]

  • Two words: “NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!”

    The Rice Owls beat the Stanford Cardinal 14-2 to clinch a national championship, our first in any team sport! Go Rice! Hats off to all the Owls, and special thanks to Chris Kolkhorst, Vincent Sinisi, Jeff Neimann, Wade Townsend, Enrique Cruz, Philip Umber, and, of course, the one and only Wayne Graham. We love you, […]

  • Got ’em!

    Rice beats Texas 5-4 in the ninth, advancing to the CWS championship series and eliminating the Longhorns. Better yet, that puts us at 3-0 against our archrivals. Better still, we just eliminated the defending national champions. Best of all: both of UT’s losses in the CWS came at the hands of my Rice Owls. Yes, […]

  • The EdBlog works again, and other topics

    The EdBlog “broke” at the end of May, when I found a ColdFusion MX limitation. (The last two entries had to be done by hand.) So, it took me a while today to fix it. It’s finally up, again. Much of my free time over the last two weeks has been spent assembling an online […]