1. When my book comes out I promise not to ignore my critics. I will reach out to them on their Facebook page, download a picture of them, print it out and throw darts at it.
2. We have moved on from bumper sticker theology to Twitter theology.
3. Thinking about adding “invented the BBQ pork quesadilla with Veleveeta” to my already swelling resumè.
4. Only a sports journalist would ignore history while making the case that Cabrera has made history and therefore should win AL MVP.
5. Saw a bumper sticker with the sign of the Deathly Hallows and my first thought was “How nerdy is that?” And then I wondered where I could get one.
6. It’s that time of year again when I start asking myself the all-important question of whether I should buy a Han Solo costume.
7. When J.K. Rowling was asked if she was worried that the kids who grew up reading her Harry Potter books would now be reading her newest book which has a lot of sexual content in it, she said she never asked to be anyone’s babysitter. No, but you did ask to be invited into our homes.
8. I decided to cut the grass when my kids asked to go play in the woods and they meant the front yard.
9. You know the conservative won the debate when your liberal friends tweet about how boring the debate was.
10. Evangelicalism has become a circus and the ringleaders decry those who exit the tent.