Carol, alias "Weary Hag," owns one of the best blog names I've heard. It conjures up a great mental image... her writing style and approach to life are spot-on for the name.
The Cerebral Outpost
An outpost is a distant "camp," almost like the one at the south pole. Lonely sounding, yet sort of warm and inviting, like an oasis. A far away corner of her brain. If you get a second, drop by her digs and say hello. She's a fantastic writer.
A morning by the pool with coffee is a great way to help you "center." The breeze, birds, bubbling sound of the jets, a bumblebee floating by. I have no trouble getting psyched up for work after a start like this.
President Bush loses me again, this time on the stem cell issue. The house passed a lift on the president's ban of federal funding for embryonic stem cell research, but of course the president promises to veto it. MOST of the research would use embryos which are going to be destroyed anyway, leftover from fertility clinics for invitro fertilization procedures. So why not just compromise and limit the research to only embryos which will be destroyed anyway?
I can understand taking a pro-life stance. But if you're pro-life, shouldn't you be concerned for cancer, spinal cord injury and other disease victims? These are people who are already alive, who have dependent children... who are already important to their loved ones and already functioning societal participants.
Does contributing to their death by refusing to fund potentially life-saving research constitute a pro-life stance? In my opinion, it does not.
Another great reason to use sunblock - it makes you slippery!
Search terms which have lead people to my blog in the past 48 hours:
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I find it fascinating how people stumble upon my little corner of the universe. Whoever you are, welcome. Come by anytime!