doesn't have all his parts screwed down real tight. Good thing, too.
Update: Mr. O'Rama protests (good-naturedly) that I always seem to "highlight" his "weakest moments." Where he sees weakness I see something I'd never have thought of. Where he sees an "aberration" or "indiscretion," I see whimsy, a cast of mind much undervalued. I value consistency and predictability in the works of Aquinas, in the drudgery of the laboratory scientist, in the claims of Church dogma, and in the rising of the sun. In a blogger it is the kiss of death. I'd like him to remain consistent in the essentials of his character, but that leaves a lot of room to maneuver. Besides, the charge is untrue. I've saved a couple of referrals from the past in which the subject matter was more somber and profound. So 'twould be wise not to challenge me on this.