Link Don't be bound by dogmatic measuring systems by Jeffrey Miller March 14, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller March 14, 2006 Get the Customeasure Concept Stick. The above parody reminds me of my conversion story parody. 1 comment 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Here's a Rosary … next post Clubbing seal wing You may also like Don't become a horror film victim October 31, 2002 What–no balloons, streamers and spandex? August 5, 2006 Cardinal Albrecht of Brandenburg as Saint Jerome July 3, 2005 Catholic Blog Awards January 31, 2005 Disease, abortion – equal weight September 26, 2004 Puttng the POD into the iPod October 2, 2006 Read of the day April 25, 2010 Spiritual Exercises April 16, 2006 Witness to Pope June 8, 2003 Patristic Youth Groups June 8, 2006 1 comment DoctorThursday March 14, 2006 - 10:33 am Sure is funny that the ex cathedra pronouncements and mandates of that OTHER international (or is it SUPER-national) organization never seem to generate dissent… I mean, of course, the ISO. (I wrote about the interesting parallel between them and the papacy here.) Sort of like that thing you posted earlier about the MIT professors protesting their school’s stance on phlogiston. I told a physicist friend and he laughed himself silly. (Well, actually, no, I did that.) One does not hear the word “phlogiston” very often these days – though when I was doing my PhD work in the early 1990s we had a very interesting discussion on the ether – and I do not mean (C2H5)2O or the thing with the six-byte MAC addresses… hee hee. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.