https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-g6f8s-102af17 Clint Lanier and Dave McArthur sip on Maker’s Mark while discussing the 1974 Mel Brooks comedy Blazing Saddles.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-djwr2-10277c3 Clint Lanier and Dave McArthur sip on Maker’s Mark while discussing the 1974 Mel Brooks comedy Blazing Saddles.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-js8us-101d064 Clint Lanier and Dave McArthur sip retsina while puzzling through the philosophical life lessons in the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ua2d9-1013316 Clint Lanier and Dave McArthur sip schnapps and strum the misty chords of memory while talking about the original Wolfenstein games.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-cvqif-ffbf27 Clint and Dave break down the 1969 film Patton while sipping Armagnac.
A deep plunge into the Organ Mountains. All my life I have wanted to live near a national park, to be close enough to look at the map and not have to prioritize, to just say, “I am going to walk every inch of every trail, visit in every season, and glimpse every creature.” InContinue reading “Organ Peak Trail”
It occurs to me that it’s a little strange for a man to write about Virginia Woolf in general, and Orlando specifically. Not for any good reason, but it’s an oddity. Why should a book that is a reflection on gender roles and identity be the sole province of women? Well, I picked it upContinue reading “Orlando: a Biography- Virginia Woolf”
The Anthropology of War– Keith F. Otterbein While I was studying at George Washington University’s Elliott School, I had a penchant for buying books on military history. I’ve always had a problem with purchasing books and studying a field with so many great books was the perfect excuse. It seemed like I was acquiringContinue reading “The Anthropology of War”
Sightings of whales and other marine wildlife off the shores of Kenai Fjords.
I used to think that an obsession with post-apocalyptic and disaster fiction was weird. I thought it was a niche, slightly dirty fascination, something that should never be a topic of conversation among decent company. It was a bit like how I felt about liking Star Wars so much. I thought it was just me.Continue reading “Does anyone else love the End Times?”