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I will be moving my blog from Blogger to WordPress. Until then, visit my old blog at http://www.videoutintellectum.blogspot.com/ UPDATED: All my old blog posts are now available here. Feel free to browse through the archives and comment on old posts.
I haven’t had much time for blogging lately. I’ve been busy applying for jobs. To that end I have created a website with my professional and personal info as well as samples of my philosophical, religious, and film writings. Feel … Continue reading
In the past three and a half months since I started this blog, I’ve written 50 posts and had over 1,000 page visits. Thanks for your support! The observant among you will have noticed that my profile says I “almost” … Continue reading
Yesterday I lamented that I can’t get out to the movie theater with my newborn baby. Here’s why it’s all worth it…
I’m moving this weekend from a town named after a theological entity to a town named after a bishop. I hope to be back on the blog next week.
Thanks to our friend Dan Schultz who brought over a great bottle of wine last night to celebrate our imminent move up north. Read about the 2002 Duckhorn Cabernet and be jealous. It’s currently selling online for up to $100/bottle! … Continue reading
Margaret Susanna McAteer was born at 10:55am on June 3, 2008. She weighed 7 lbs and was 19 inches long. Both she and her mother are in perfect health. Pictures are coming soon! For now, enjoy these pictures of her … Continue reading
My wife has gone into labor, so I’m off to the hospital. I’ll be back in a few days…