This morning, when I arrived at church, I saw these two coyotes walking across the empty area on our lot.
I’ve seen a single coyote several times, but I hadn’t seen a couple like this before.
A year from now, ten? They’ll swing back to the belief that they can make people… better. And I do not hold to that. So no more runnin’. I aim to misbehave.
Now from Joss Whedon comes this tidbit downplaying any possibility of a Serenity 2:
Itâ€™s nice to know that people still care about Firefly but itâ€™s actual grief that I feel. Itâ€™s not something you get over, itâ€™s just something you learn to live with.
Via @AdamSBaldwin who adds “amen.”
Ever wondered how to crank out shallow science journalism? In the Guardian‘s “Lay Scientist” column, Martin Robbins shows how it’s done:
In this paragraph I will state the main claim that the research makes, making appropriate use of “scare quotes” to ensure that it’s clear that I have no opinion about this research whatsoever.
I’ve been looking for some TV-on-DVD to watch while I exercise, and a couple of weeks ago I hit on the series “Chuck.” Initially, I only watched it to see what Adam Baldwin (a/k/a Jayne “I’ll be in my bunk” Cobb) was doing these days. But as of a couple of episodes into season 2, I’m liking the whole show. Of course, I have to root for the nerd to get the girl.
When I was in high school, you could tell who the nerds were, because we had our TI-30 calculators in pouches hanging from our belts. I don’t know what these kids today use for that purpose — I mean the purpose of identifying themselves as belonging to the nerd tribe, not doing math. But I’ve got a suggestion: they should try the Rock Band: it’s a strap that converts your iPod Nano into a wristwatch:
The sad thing? I kind of want one. (Via TidBits.)