A La Carte (04/21)
Friday April 21, 2006
Culture: Ann Coulter takes a devastating swing at our culture. “However the Duke lacrosse rape case turns out, one lesson that absolutely will not be learned is this: You can severely reduce your chances of having a false accusation of rape leveled against you if you don’t hire strange women to come to your house and take their clothes off for money. ”
Theology: Rick Phillips at Reformation21 shares a great metaphor in a post entitled “Why Carbon Monoxide Kills.” “Not because it is poisonous, since carbon monoxide is not poisonous. It kills because it occupies the space where oxygen is supposed to be…”
Emergent: Tall Paul continues to examine emergent by posting a paper he presented last week. If you’re wondering what this emergent thing is all about, be sure to check out Paul’s site.
Business: Dave Givens is the proud recipient of a strange award. He has the dubious honor of having America’s longest commute. He makes a 186-mile drive—each way—five days a week to his job in San Jose. He spends seven hours of every day commuting to and from work.