This set of fun videos comes from a young guy in Canada. He's 10, autistic, and loves science. So far he's made rockets out of 35mm film cannisters, melted aluminum in 10 seconds, and made some lovely art on the surface of a bowl of milk. Short, fun - watch them all! He's a great host.
Friend. I also make videos, mix music, re-score silent films (with others' music), and rationally defend Christianity.
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SEO Content Creator/Manager (with aspirations to be an expert haberdasher or boot black, but I'm too conflicted to commit to just one), 2009 - present
Manager, Fell Monger in residence, shooer of higglers, 1997 - 2009
Various work with learning disabled children
1993 - 1997
Manager (it was a video store, and a pretty great one), 1989 - 1993
I find most people very hard to dislike. Everyone is so darn interesting.
I feel more than I show, but that's not deliberate, just how I come off.
Perception isn't reality.
Most truths are anything but simple. The simple ones are more likely
just conventional wisdoms in masquerade. If you want to get to the
bottom of things, you have to do the work, and do it honestly.
The truth about most things can be known. That's what makes the effort worth it. Each such search does end, usually at treasure.
God is as real as dirt, sweat and numbers. Demonstrably so. Not quickly, and not without due challenge, but yes, God can be proven, as can that God is specific and personal.
People who espouse that men shouldn't cry, show weakness, wear pink, ask for help and other machismo crap should have their heads examined. Their heads or their cultures. Men who do this should grow a pair.
That said, I don't tend to wear pink.
I don't venerate "moving on" as a sign of maturity in a person. I don't have to stop liking the music I enjoyed last year to like more music this year. It's the same with people. Interpersonal wanderlust is the refuge of emotional cowards.
(more to come)
Most of my best friends are people I've known for half, or more, of my life. People are worth it.