The CSO's and my network is still not letting me send email or post blog posts from home. The CSO swears it is a problem Verizon is having, not something with the new network.
Last night was a long math class, but was Tyler-free. Math is, of course, the section Tyler needs the most help in. Ah well. Horses to water.
CK, Hazel and I went to a bar right after work and I had to scramble to make it to class on time, but ultimately did. Still, we have a standing appointment to go get something tonight when we can have a real talk about things.
Our usual bar, the bar-that-sucks-less-than-one-would-think, is too far from my class, so we went to a newer, cleaner, less smoky bar. The waiters flirted. I like this new bar, but suspect everybody will want to go back to the old one. Ah well.
Random thoughts on stuff UUs are posting:
Modoblog is right The Quaker Economist rocks.
I would seriously love to get the Bible Video game that Lof-Fi Tribe is talking about. If I turn up a copy, I will totally play it and review it here.
Jfield raised a kcikass question about to what degree non-Christian clergy can speka on other religions without doing the much-maligned "speaking FOR other religions" that nobody wants to do. Boy in the Bands responds well.
That history channel thing on evolution looks cool. I probably won't watch it, though. Somethign about educational TV doesn't work for me.