After Priggery – What? (On Wicked Journalists) by C.S. Lewis Doodle:
“In my Travels, as I walked through many Regions and Countries, it was my chance to happen into that famous Continent of universe; a very large and spacious Country it is…
“The people are not all of one complexion, nor yet of one Language, mode, or way of Religion; but differ as much as (’tis said) do the Planets themselves. Some are right, and some are wrong, even as it happeneth to be in lesser Regions.” — The Holy War, by John Bunyan, 1682
The people differ – well, sure. But “Some are right, and some are wrong?” Isn’t that hate speech?
- No amount of gritty determination will get all of us into the upper half.
- Sawing an inch off one end and nailing it onto the other does not make the board longer.
- Some business plans are unsustainable in a democracy.
- The funny thing about a cargo cult is, sometimes the planes come.
The Necessity of Chivalry, a C.S. Lewis doodle
UPDATE 22 October 2016: I just listened to this again, and it is particularly good.
“It’s a category error, but it’s a category error with an agenda, or at least a skewed and stupid point of view. A Nobel committee that gave Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize for being inaugurated while black has confused Things We Like with Things of Greatness. It is the signature mistake of the Baby Boomers.” — Our Culture is Blowin’ Away in the Wind, by Andrew Klavan
Five hundred twenty-four years ago today Christopher Columbus discovered America.
It’s amazing how easy it has become to be edgy and transgressive since then.
It turns out there are two ways to manage human sanitation needs. One is to choose and designate places for people to relieve themselves – basically some variation on the common rest-room-and-flush-toilet system. The other, it appears, is to retrofit deodorizing mechanisms onto areas where people choose to relieve themselves.