Tragically, thanks to deep budget cuts at Marvel Studios, there’s had to be some rethinking of Captain America’s costume.
Archive | March, 2012
APEE, Monday, 2 April:
FMAC Session 1: 1:35-2:50 p.m. [M3.9, Parlor F]:
“Topics in Free-Market Anti-Capitalism”
chair: Sheldon Richman (The Freeman)
Gary Chartier (La Sierra U.), “Fairness and Possession”
Darian Worden (Center for a Stateless Society), “State-Capitalist Plutocracy or Free-Market Progress: Which Way Will We Go?”
Roderick T. Long (Auburn U.), “Enforceability of Interest Under a Title-Transfer Theory of Contract”
commentator: Keith Taylor (U. Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
FMAC session 2: 4:15-5:30 p.m. [M5.11, Laughlin room]:
“Explorations in Libertarian Class Theory”
chair: Roderick T. Long (Auburn U.)
Sheldon Richman (The Freeman), “Seeing Like a Ruling Class”
Steven Horwitz (St. Lawrence U.), “Punishing the Poor: The Redistributive Effects of Inflation”
Gary Chartier (La Sierra U.), “Jasay and Libertarian Class Theory”
commentator: David Friedman (Santa Clara U.)
Pacific APA, Saturday, 7 April:
Molinari Society, 7:00-10:00 p.m. (or so) [G9G, location TBA]:
“Explorations in Philosophical Anarchy”
David M. Hart (Liberty Fund), “Bastiat’s Distinction Between Legal and Illegal Plunder”
Kurt Gerry (Independent Scholar), “On Political Obligation and the Nature of Law”
Daniel Silvermint (U. Arizona)
Charles Johnson (Molinari Institute)
Roderick T. Long (Auburn U.)
This Wednesday, March 28th, from 5:00 to 7:00, in the Gnu’s Room (the bookshop/coffeeshop at the corner of Gay & Samford, next to Amsterdam Café), the Philosophy Club will be staging a reenactment of Socrates’ last days and death, followed by philosophical discussion. (I’m one of the discussion leaders.) If you’re in the Auburn area, drop by. (Or jet in from Dubai if you prefer.)
Here’s the first trailer for series 7 (or 33, or arguably 34) of Doctor Who. As filming for the series is still in the early stages, most of the scenes come from just one episode, the Old West one recently filmed in Spain, though the dark indoor scenes with the Egyptian princess and the robot-looking things are presumably from a different episode, and I would guess that the scenes in the snow with the familiar face (well, part of a face; well, I say face …) are from yet a third episode:
Use the phrase “proudly romps” in a sentence.
I’ll bet your result isn’t as strange as the original.
According to the Pope, the Catholic Church is “always on the side of freedom, freedom of conscience, freedom of religion.”
This seems like a claim that should have an asterisk next to it.