Archive for November, 2006



To the detriment of some, and the delight of most Y2K came and went. And, we’re still here. But things are different now. Some people would tell you that things are more different now that ever before. Survivors, we can begin to express a vision for our future. To be a 21st century dweller is […]

If your Reverend Carlton Pearson, an evangelical pastor in Tulsa, OK, you become a heretic. This American Life, a public radio show, did a story on Pearson last night which I happened to catch on my way out to dinner. I didn’t have anything to do so for an hour I rode around Nashville listening. […]

I orginally encountered this poem, read by Wiesel, during the radio program, Speaking of Faith in an episode entitled “The Tragedy of the Believer.” Elie Weisel is the acclaimed author of the novel Night. This poem originally appeared in a diary and was included in the collection One Generation After. Prayer by Elie Wiesel I […]

American business at this point is really about developing an idea, making it profitable, selling it while it’s profitable and then getting out or diversifying. It’s just about sucking everything up. My idea was: Enjoy baking, sell your bread, people like it, sell more. Keep the bakery going because you’re making good food and people […]

“When you’re up to your ass in aligators, it’s hard to remember that your purpose is draining the swamp.” — George Napper