My dog was attacked by a Pit Bull last Monday afternoon. The Pit Bull ran across two yards and under some brush to attack my dog, Sassy. For the record Sassy is a small-breed Cairn-terrier mix, needless to say she didn’t stand a chance. Amazingly enough, however, the entire event took place in front of a police officer who helped me to separate the two animals.
Having learned from previous successes like their “super-realistic, 3-dimensional, Virtual Boy,” Nintendo has taken the next logical leap in gaming: Wii Fitness. The Wii Fitness is similar to one of those plastic stair masters, except this one lets you interact with a TV, kind of like a Game Boy version of thumb wrestling.
Over the course of this year I’ve written about presidential politics, gubernatorial candidates who remind me of “Bob, the Enzyte Guy,” and local office holders who have resigned due to gross incompetence. The effect of discussing these issues was more than just to poke fun.
After Pennsylvania’s primary I got nervous. What if Hillary Clinton continued to beat Barack Obama in the remaining primaries? She might gather enough momentum to get the super-delegates to run to her corner. This is the problem with Democrats; they pay too much attention to the polls and need to have every thought scored before they eventually act.
I’m an atheist and I’m proud of it. As an atheist I reject the idea of a “Supreme Being” or a set “Destiny” or a “Master Plan.” I don’t believe in burning bushes, arks, or naked people with snakes. I don’t believe in the authority of the Pope, the power of prayer, or Heaven & Hell.