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The Leprecahun Predicts (Way After The Fact): Notre Dame vs Rice

As I mentioned earlier, Modern Philosophers, the college football season started this weekend, and Notre Dame had its first game today.

If you’ve followed this blog, you know that if Notre Dame is playing, that always means a post by Seamus, Maine’s only Leprechaun and the blog’s sports reporter, with his prediction on the game. 463 more words


The Answer Is Running In The Wind...

Do you know how I was going to start this Saturday before Labor Day, the symbolic last weekend of the Summer, Modern Philosophers?

The answer, my friends, is: “Running in the wind”. 475 more words


Doc Brown's Gift From The Future

Doc Brown has come back from the future with a gift for me, Modern Philosophers!

As you know, Doc is not only one of my idols, but he is also the blog’s largest benefactor.  594 more words


Jump Start Your Brain: Time For Football!

Happy Saturday, Modern Philosophers!

There is a chill in the air this morning, which I know means that Summer is on its way out, and Autumn will soon arrive.  414 more words


Friday Night Think Tank: Dial "C" For Change

It’s Friday night, Modern Philosophers!  While I’m bummed that it means my vacation week is drawing to an end, I’m in an awesome mood because I just had a long phone conversation with The Girl Who Moved To Another Time Zone. 469 more words


The Case Of The Unexpected Email

When I first wake up, Modern Philosophers, I like to fire up the laptop and check the email that has accumulated while I slept.

It’s usually just a bunch of notices from WordPress about readers liking or commenting on my blog posts, but I am always on the lookout for a good night email from The Girl Who Is Far Away or something about my screenwriting career. 513 more words


A Very Chilling Nightmare

This morning, I woke up from a nightmare so chilling, Modern Philosophers, that I was literally left shivering.

I could not make the shivering stop even after I turned off the fan, closed the window, put on sweatpants, and then dove back into bed, but under the comforter this time, rather than just the top sheet. 535 more words