Monthly Archives: July 2014

Christmas and The Knucklehead, Part 1

First of all: Shut up. This is a great time to write about Christmas. No one else is doing it. When you first become a parent, you think ahead to all the stuff you want to do with your kid … Continue reading

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Modern Times and The Knucklehead

I’m not supposed to be blogging. Blogging is for kids. Blogging is what millennials do. It’s the preferred mode of self-expression for college students. Blogging is not for grown-ups. Blogging is impermanent, insubstantial. Here and gone without a trace. Vaporless. … Continue reading

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The Atheist and The Knucklehead, Part 4

Welcome back. Today, some closing thoughts on a topic I began three weeks ago. I have to admit, I’m surprised myself to still be writing about this. I guess it was on my mind. So, how did this experiment in parental … Continue reading

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The Atheist and The Knucklehead, Part 3

Hi. Welcome back. I didn’t set out to make this such a long series, but here we are. In Part 1, I wrote about my own awakening as an atheist in my adult life. Part 2 was more or less … Continue reading

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