I'm no mathematician, though I did enjoy some math classes in school. I'm a small-scale user of arithmetic, whether it's pronounced ah-rith-muh-tik or ar-rith-maah-tik. Math is part of my job, as it is for anyone who covers sports for a living. Simple for the most part and when it gets beyond that, I trust a calculator to figure out the ERA of an ace pitcher.
But there are times when I simply wonder if the world just doesn't know how to add or subtract anymore.
Nov. 25, 2011
In the busyness of everyday life, who really knows whether our life is the gooey, stinky, but tasty and cheesy part ... or if it's the holes in that block of cheese, the airy, ethereal area that lets us breathe, while simultaneously giving our feet nothing to stand on.