If it isn't money and it isn't fame and it isn't sex... then what... God?
— James Riordan, 2000
Everyone knows that having a lot of money gives you the freedom to what you want. Usually, however, what people who are newly rich want is a whole lot of the same kind of things they had when they were poor. They want a lot more house, a lot more
Most people know the Gospel story of the Good Samaritan. Jesus had been teaching people that they should “Love thy neighbor as thyself” so people started asking who did he consider their neighbors. Who did Jesus expect them to love. Jesus then told the story of a Jewish man who went down
Oldest Bible Text Deciphered Through Technological Breakthrough Found to Be Identical to Later Versions : A Well Thought Out Scream by James Riordan
I would like to thank my friend Cole Luck III for turning me on to this story originally based on an article for The Independent written by Andrew Griffin. When I first saw the attached photo of the ancient Hebrew text I was temped to say that scientists were finally
You know how a lot of science fiction stories go. Some geeky guy are messing around with something and wind up changing the whole world. As crazy as that sounds it’s happened a few times with guys like Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison, and nerds like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.
(Bloomberg) —Many doctors still can’t use a transcription service made by Nuance Communications Inc. three weeks after the company was hit by a powerful, debilitating computer attack. Hospital systems including Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center said eScription, a Nuance staple product that allows
Lots of uproar in the media over poor baby Charlie Gard. And now it’s coming down to who decides if he continues to live — his parents? The hospital in Britain where he is being treated? Or the courts which are trying to settle the matter? Charlie was born on
BOY FALLS SEVEN STORIES AND WALKS AWAY You may have seen this story in the news this past week. A neighbor said the five year old boy’s guardian angel saved him. Others said that the tree in which he landed slowed his fall and gently dropped him to the ground. I
Chicago Retains “Murder City” Title Through First Half of 2017 : A Well Thought Out Scream by James Riordan
Chicago’s long time designated nick-name as the Windy City has been replaced in many instances with the moniker “Murder City” or “Chiraq”. Though far from ranking as the nation’s murder capital on a per-capita basis, Chicago is the runaway leader in total killings and shootings. For yje first half of
Gregg Allman’s Passing and the Bizarre World of Downtown Nashville : A Well Thought Out Scream by James Riordan
Gregg Allman died at his home in Savannah, Georgia, on May 27, 2017, due to complications from liver cancer. I remember the first time I saw him was at the Pancake Man Restaurant located in the downtown Nashville Holiday Inn on Friday October 30, 1970. The Allman Brothers had just
The Opioid Epidemic and How the Good White People Are Pretending it’s Not Their Business : A Well Thought Out Scream by James Riordan
Opioid Overdoses now kill more people than car accidents and gun violence. Each year, more than 40,000 Americans die from drug overdoses. That’s on par with the annual death toll from HIV/AIDS at the peak of the US epidemic, in the late ’80s and early ’90s, and far