Look at this picture of my cat! And these books I just got!
Sorry for all the political stuff, but here’s another bullshit graphic that’s going around. This one relies on old data, comparing 2 years of Obama’s administration to 8 years of George W. Bush. The debt when Bush left office was 10.6 trillion. Now it’s 14.7 trillion. That’s a 39% increase, not a 16% increase. Compound that over the next 5 years (to make the W. comparison fair), and we’re up to a projected increase of about 140% for Obama. (Yes, […]
This Elizabeth Warren quote is making the rounds. Here’s my response.
I watched the silly but mostly engaging pilot episode of Terra Nova last night. Terra Nova follows a family who travels back in time through a rift in the space-time continuum to 85 million B.C. because… I don’t know, the air is bad in the future or something. It’s not important. Anyway, the family had been in dino-land for about 5 minutes when something happened that has to happen on any TV show with a teenager on it: namely, the […]
Strange Particles May Travel Faster than Light, Breaking Laws of Physics I hope they figure this out before I finish Mercury Rests. It could affect the plot.
Early review of Mercury Rises! “Mercury is an engaging character and his many adventures are uproariously funny. The main character development is first rate. The supporting cast of assorted demons, archangels and others in their settings of cubicle hell and layers of heavenly bureaucracy along with ample helpings of history and biblical lore make for a thoroughly entertaining read.”
Free download: Mercury Swings! Amazon has made my short story, “Mercury Swings,” available as a free Kindle download! The most amazing short story prelude to Mercury Rises you’ll ever read! In Mercury Falls, Jaded religion reporter Christine Temetri and Mercury, a renegade angel, thwarted two diabolical plots to destroy the world. In Mercury Rises, they team up once again to battle Horace Finch, a crazed billionaire who plans to uncover the deepest secrets of the Universe — and likely annihilate […]