Monday, August 01, 2005

Augustine the social climber?

Pushing the Monkey Nut always loves contrarian scholarship. Check out this the makes the claim that Saint Augustine perhaps misled us on purpose. Those of us in the monkey house need to find a way to take well-worn ideas and fashion them into something no else agrees with so we can get our books published as well.

Sunday, July 31, 2005

Soon, this will be the oldest cliche on the web . . .

I stole this quote from another blog and I must admit that I have used it myself.

I will post more interesting material when I have everything up and running at a later date.

Indeed. How many have used that fine turn of a phrase? Too many dead blogs are replete with the above. It will soon bypass "the check is in the mail."

Saturday, July 30, 2005

In the Spirit of the Monkey Nut

We are Again Part of England

John Cleese has said it all--we are now subjects of the Crown of England. From McGowan to Cleese those Brits will finallys set us dumb Yankees straight.

The Meaning of Persistence

This site is dedicated to everything and nothing. We will praise the likes of Mark McGownan until the end of time. He is the meaning of all that stands for everything and nothing. He is willing to give his all to accomplish nothing. He has inspired me. He has made me realize that Pushing the Monkey Nut along might be as important as anything else. Cheers


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