Archive | December, 2012

Soufflés on Ice

Doctor Who is back (in the annual Christmas special), and that means Lindalee is back too.

First, a Christmas gift to Lindalee from her fans:

Next, a Christmas gift for her fans from Lindalee (oh yeah, and there are MAJOR SPOILERS for the Christmas special, of course):

@ in @lanta

Updated info (including location) for the Molinari Society panel tomorrow:

Emma Goldman and Voltairine de Cleyre

Eastern APA, Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, Friday, 28 December:

Molinari Society, 2:00-5:00 p.m. [GIV-3, room L406 (lobby level, past the fitness center; see map]:
Explorations in Philosophical Anarchy

Matthew Quest (Independent Scholar), “Between Insurrection and Popular Self-Management: Emma Goldman and the Self-Governing Will”
Roderick T. Long (Auburn University), “Transformation or Abolition: Marriage and the Family in the Individualist Anarchist Tradition”

Nina Brewer-Davis (Auburn University)
Charles Johnson (Molinari Institute)

Frustratingly, they’ve scheduled our session opposite a session that includes both a paper on C. L. R. James (one of Matthew’s main research interests) and a paper on the abolition of marriage. Les choses sont contre nous.

P.S. – If my online presence has been scant lately, it’s because my home internet connection is on the fritz. That’ll be corrected next year (i.e., next week).

There Will Be Chrome, Part 8

Behold, the final installments of Blood and Chrome:

Incidentally, given that the full flashback sequence in the extended version of Razor pretty strongly implied that young Adama’s first day of combat was the last day of the Cylon war, it’s hard to see how there’s any chronological space for Blood and Chrome even to exist. Oh well.

Molinari Beach Safari

I’ve been back for nearly a week from the Liberty Fund I organised (my first time as director!) in La Jolla on Gustave de Molinari, but have been too busy with final exams and other end-of-term stuff to mention it here. Anyway, it was terrific: interesting readings, beautiful location, and some of my favourite people.

Five members of the Molinari Institute and/or Center for a Stateless Society were present. Here they are:

Sheldon Richman, Gary Chartier, Charles Johnson, Roderick Long, Jennifer McKitrick

Sheldon Richman, Gary Chartier, Charles Johnson, Roderick Long, Jennifer McKitrick

The same people as before, silly

The same people as before, silly

More pics from the conference and trip will be posted in due course.

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