–verb (used without object)
1. to deviate or wander away from the main topic or purpose in speaking or writing; depart from the principal line of argument, plot, study, etc.
Hi, my name is Jason Spooner and welcome to the blog. What is it about exactly? Honestly, I have no idea. There’s some tech stuff here and there, but I also tend to ramble on about history, religion, current events, and college football. You know, the important stuff.
Fun fact: A “tin dog” is a noise-making device used by sheep ranchers in Australia and New Zealand to lead sheep around easily. Interpret that in relation to this blog however you wish. (By the way, you can buy a tin dog here if you have some sheep you need to herd. Probably works on kids, too.)
I’m a proud native Texan. I’ve never forgiven Jerry Jones for firing Tom Landry, and I always remember the Alamo.
If you have to ask, the answer is “Tacos.”
I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way.
I’m 99% sure the squirrels of the world are planning an uprising against the human race.
College football is mankind’s greatest invention. The BCS is its worst.
Pork does not count as barbecue. Ever.
I’m a huge TCU fan but didn’t go there because seriously, why would anybody pay that much money for a college education?
I’m often confused with a folk singer from Maine.
I work in IT, but in my heart I’m a history nerd.
I’m an introvert but usually don’t tell anyone.
I’m drinking coffee as you read this.
I love my wife and daughters more than words could possibly describe.
But mostly, I’m a broken, screwed-up, defective human being who desperately needs Jesus.
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