First sports game since 2019. I have no horse in this race so…go Astros? ⚾️🚀
As Charlie Cooke notes, some seem to lament the CDC’s new mask rules precisely because they will no longer have the convenience of seeing masks as shorthand for “people I hate.” The debate now is “how can we tell if someone was vaccinated?” as if this were a hugely important question. “The next question is going to be, ‘How will we know if someone has been vaccinated?’” asked Dr. Michael Osterholm on Morning Joe. “If you’re sitting close to someone at a restaurant or … in a theater, how are you going to know that they’re not just kind of fibbing?”
My own response to this is, basically, I don’t care. I’m vaccinated. My family and friends are vaccinated. I’d like the people sitting next to me to be vaccinated too—for their sake. But I really don’t care very much, because even if they’re contagious, I’m extremely unlikely to get COVID. And if I do, the symptoms are going to be mild. That’s what the science says. And to borrow a phrase, I believe The Science.
Taken with binoculars and a phone.
Jack is ready to ruck. 🎒🐈
The Dream of the Rood
Singing Hymns Alone
Be Not Afraid
Why is this interesting: The Board Shaper Edition
Love as Impassibility
A New Guild System
Grace Olmstead on rootedness, conservatism and what a consistent life ethic looks like
The Instagram ads Facebook won’t show you
From the F3 Cville CSAUP 5/1/21 🏃
I can’t stop listening to this — Michael Olatuja feat. Regina Carter “The Hero’s Journey” 🎵
Recovery dinner after 9 miles of rucking, running, burpees, and other completely stupid and utterly pointless workouts with 40+ other men on Saturday morning. 🏃🎒💪🏻🍔
Jack’s a Real Gamer Cat™️. 🎮
Environmentalism, the Tower of Babel and the Disintegration of Culture | with Paul Kingsnorth
Howard University drops its classics department. Cornel West calls it a “spiritual catastrophe.”
My Inequity, Your Inequity
A Sinner God Calls a Saint
Books you shouldn’t read in public
Guess who’s gonna make out with strangers at Outback Steakhouse happy hour (in two weeks people don’t freak)
The Great Unsettling
Everyone loves their dog.
The virtues of masculinity
The song machines
Self-Government Starts at the Front Porch
Is There Too Much Military History?
The Question That Dictates How Christians Approach Culture and Politics
Under the spreading walnut tree
Beer Is Proof
Resurrection Isn’t Reversal
Jurassic Park Is Frightening in the Dark
O Virtue, Where Art Thou?
Behind the Black Umbrellas
Return to Ohio: Money & Anxiety in Loser-takes-none America
Rooting for the Future