“There are no new sins, only more diverse and efficient ways of committing them. Before we let the mainstream of 21st Century culture catch us in its current, let’s hit pause for a moment and get our bearings. Perhaps it’s time to swim against the information flow.” (I originally found this article linked on Challies.com)
The only thing better than using this site for batting down foolish arguments on Facebook is not wasting time on Facebook and actually getting off your butt and meeting a bud for a brew.
“Most people only consider their woodstove useful for heating a room. And when we purchased ours to cut oil costs, we never gave a thought to using it as a cooking stove. But one day, bolstered by the surprising amount of heat dispensed by our stove, we tentatively approached it with tea kettle in hand. Once we were successful (with a little patience), we quickly graduated to soups and stews.”
Our new home – we moved in July – has a wood stove in the basement. In addition to keeping the basement toasty during these cold winter months, it helps warm the entire house. It’s also beginning to serve as the Man Cave Culinary HQ.
The first indoor enclosed shopping mall opened in 1956. Five minutes after it opened, the first guy sat down and waited while his wife looked for a new pair of shoes.
Keep It Old School, My Friend
The Old Man