Tuesday, April 25, 2006

SWNID Promoted by Cool Web Site

The utter indispensability of this blog becomes more widely recognized each day, as people around Cincinnati, around the USA and around the world log in daily to be told exactly what to think and why to think it.

So it's no surprise that there's a cool web site totally devoted to praising the importance of our work.


Anonymous said...

I used to think the purpose of higher education was to teach people how to think, not what to think.

All of that changed when I took a SWNID class. I then realized the purpose of education was to fill my cup with SWNID.

Because I can't stay in school forever, I've been worried about how I was going to get refills. As it turns out, refills are free right here on this blog.

Instead of a cup, I'll upgrade to a tap. In my unchurched days we used funnels for other types of content. It's a shame I don't have a flip top head. Nevertheless, flow, SWIND, flow; set my mind on fire.

Anonymous said...

You are a gentleman and a scholar. Be not weary in well doing.

Anonymous said...

in continuing your dispersal of wisdom, who should i vote for in the comming primary and why?

Kevin K said...

Learn what each canditate believes and make your decision based on your research.

You don't need someone to tell you who to vote for.

Jon A. Alfred E. Michael J. Wile E. SWNID said...

A legitimate means of research is asking questions in the comments section of this blog.

For the SWNID endorsement in the Ohio gubernatorial primary and the general election, search this blog for "Blackwell."

We'll probably post on this again on Monday.

Jon A. Alfred E. Michael J. Wile E. SWNID said...

We'll also add that our political choices are made both on a candidate's ideology and her or his experience and general competency for a legislative or executive role. Points of view are important, but so are abilities.