"May you live in interesting times," is an ancient Chinese blessing/curse. Whether we are blessed or cursed, we definitely live in interesting times. John F. Kennedy once noted, "When written in Chinese, the word "crisis" is composed of two characters--one represents danger, and the other represents opportunity." Whether we are blessed with opportunity or cursed with danger (or vice versa on either of those), we're here now.
Whether we are blessed or cursed depends in large part on how we react to what happens; and one way to get through interesting times is to keep your sense of humor. In that spirit, some of my opinions and observations will show up on T-shirts and other items (e.g., buttons, mugs, bumper stickers, etc.). This is an opportunity to reframe the debate one slogan at a time (SM). These items will be available through our online shop made possible by the good people at cafepress.com.
In addition to humor, information can be pivotal in times like these. This site includes articles where I pass on information I have recieved from various sources, along with my own opinions.
For a more in depth approach on certain topics, I also run some other sites.