Notes from the Post-it Wall — Week of July 1, 2018

Notes from the Post-it Wall — Week of July 1, 2018

By David Himmel

• Christians are not the most persecuted group in the world. However, Christians who are assholes are being prosecuted in the court of public opinion. And that’s a good thing for everyone, especially Christians.

• Even when viewed from a boat positioned just under them, Chicago’s Fourth of July fireworks are lame. Limp dicked. Boring. Perhaps it’s a budget thing — Mayor Ron Amanuell is having his office curtains redone with the skin of dead black teenagers. Perhaps Chicago hates America. I don’t know the reason for the lackluster showing, but there is no debate around the idea that Chicago’s fireworks suck. You want to see a fireworks show? Head down to Arthur, Illinois. Big City don’t always mean better.

• I was a little disappointed to learn Anthony Bourdain had a Twitter account, and appeared to use it frequently.

• Jeff Bezos’ job is not running Amazon but making mayors of American cities his little bitch.

• Of all the things that lend themselves to my general state of malcontent and depression, seeing a Saturn on the road may be the greatest. Not that we should be judged by the car we drive but anyone who still owns a Saturn has either given up or is trying way too hard at the wrong things.

• The frequency and manner in which my 3.5-month old son pukes on himself is identical to me in my 20s.

(micro) Chips On The Shoulders of the Collective and The Increasing Problem of the Moral High Ground

(micro) Chips On The Shoulders of the Collective and The Increasing Problem of the Moral High Ground

On Forgiveness (Or Lack Thereof)

On Forgiveness (Or Lack Thereof)