Sunday, December 4, 2016

More Evidence The Media Doesn't Understand The St. Louis Rams Issue

***Update at the bottom***

If you didn't hear, the Rams left St. Louis to move to L.A. this year. If you didn't know that, you probably didn't know the Rams offered Jeff Fisher (the head coach) a contract extension today. And if you don't know who Jeff Fisher is, it's easily agreed upon that he is a sub-par head coach in the NFL, who has yet to lead the Rams to a winning season.

Enough about Jeff though. He's not the point of this post.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

100th Post: A Look Back at the Best

Since moving my humble blog to Google's Blogger, I have written (and posted) 99 blog entries. This one here marks the 100th posting on Faith.vs.Physics.

I thought it might be fun to take a look back at my most viewed blog postings, like a clip show on a kids cartoon, and count them down. I hope you enjoy, and maybe you will see an article listed here you never got a chance to read.

Here we go, my top ten posts!

Monday, November 14, 2016

Fear: The Real Winner in U.S. Politics

I'm afraid. Whether it be for myself, or someone I love, I'm afraid.

This is a common theme after the 2016 election. My social media feeds are full of statements like this. For what reason? Because a man won an election to sit in the highest office in the United States of America.

And what are these people afraid of? His policies? His Vice President's stance on social issues? The way he behaves toward women and minorities? Or, on an even broader scale, are they afraid that half of the country would elect a man with these behaviors, policies, and agendas?

All of the above.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Last post before November

October is almost over. Soon it will be costumed children running the streets for a shot at some candy, which will mark the final day of this fine fall month. It means November is upon us, and I for one, am ready. November may be my favorite month. I love the weather. I love the holiday of Thanksgiving. I love the football ( little less these days, but it's still my sport). And in the last few years, I've come to love the writing.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Archon 40: What I took from it

I had the privilege of going to Archon 40, the Sci-Fi Fantasy convention in St. Louis, and it was a lot of fun. Mostly.

There were a number of authors, artists, editors, etc that came to the three day event, and the programming was filled with seminars for aspiring writers and editors, activities for kids, meet and greets with writers and Babylon 5 star Claudia Christian, and a number of cosplay events.

All in all I had a good time, but it was tiring as the panels were all back to back to back, sometimes with no more than two minutes to be ready for the next one. On the first day I spent seven hours in panels, and had two hours of break in which I could eat or shop. The next day was eight hours of panels, and again I only had about two hours to my own time between them.

I did get some good stuff out of the convention, as well as a few good books and baubles. Here are some of my highlights.

Friday, September 16, 2016

New Submissions, Defunct Publishers, and a Reading Challenge Update.

It's September already. Where does the time go?

If you care to know, I am currently working on several writing projects, while also staying incredibly busy at work. Not to mention, I've got to get my PS4 time in, and football season means Fantasy Football on Sundays, even though I officially hate the NFL.

Yeah, busy. Here is the breakdown.