Then Die

It’s my birthday, so no post today. For my birthday, I will share with you this anecdote from one of the people I admire most. Stirling Silliphant (a student of Lee’s) relates an interesting story that perfectly embodies Lee’s attitude toward progressive resistance in cardiovascular training as well as his refusal to let a person—in […]

Life Update 2011

Looks like I’m updating this thing once a year. Since the last time I used it, the site has broken. So, I’ll have to spend some time fixing it. What’s been going on since the last annual update? Let’s see how much I can remember. 2010 SUMMER CLASSES: Greek Exegesis (15-week class in 10-weeks . […]

It is Finished

“For how long?” is the next question. We have finally completed our move. We started moving stuff in on Saturday, April 11 (special thanks to Andrew Kim and Arthur Cha). Then, we moved a little bit at a time every night thereafter. Did about two trips on Wednesday night. Then came the Big Move on […]


I imagine that if you were to do some quick research on this topic of passive-aggressive behavior, you would be startled to discover . . . YOU are passive-aggressive. Here’s the textbook definition: pas·sive-ag·gres·sive (p?s’?v-?-gr?s’?v) adj. Of, relating to, or having a personality disorder characterized by habitual passive resistance to demands for adequate performance in […]