Monthly Archives: April 2013

Milton Friedman and the Great Depression Myth

Happy Tax Day, everyone! Having just signed over a decent chunk of change to the government today, my mind is quite fixed on the economy and money right now. Unfortunately, I’m about as far from an economic expert as one can get. I’ve read enough to be able to read about and not scratch my […]

Thoughts on the Creative Career (from Ze Frank)

Okay, so I know many people love to claim they are not creative (which I believe to be a flat-out lie), but even if you truly believe you don’t have a creative bone in your body, I still think you should watch this video. Maybe some of it won’t directly apply to what you want […]

Judge Not

Lest Ye Be Judged…

Greetings, citizens. I apologize for the rather large gap between posts. I have a whole litany of reasons why I’ve been absent from this blog so long (with some probably being more valid than others), but I come baring sage wisdom from renowned author C.S. Lewis. And also the Bible. And Victor Hugo. Grace vs Law […]