In which I attempt to justify the twenty-eight-year-old behavior my forty-one-year-old body is trying to pull off.
In which I turn into a curmudgeonly old English teacher and rant about what constitutes irony for a while. Also I update y'all on the recording process.
In which I finally pick up where I left off back in June and finish talking rot about economics and doing a job you love.
In which I wax philosophical about change, and beat a river metaphor to death.
In which I re-wrote the Declaration of Independence and updated it for this century. Come at me, America.
In which I babble on about things I know very little about in an effort to understand them - specifically, economics.
In which I break down a quote from a Zen master, discuss some more about "Faking it until you become it," and brag a bunch about fitness again.
In which we discuss how prosperity doesn't have to mean someone loses.
In which a self-deprecating, untrustworthy nincompoop who doesn't trust anyone lectures you all about trust.
In which I show up late, tell you it's all about process instead of outcome, and argue for withholding grades from students until the end of the term.