Last year, I took note of Vox Day’s predictions for 2010 and noted the following: Not sure it will get this bad by the end of next year–there will be more government-induced prop-ups that may mitigate the damage for a season–but I’d wager that Vox is closer to the truth than Krugman is. In fairness […]
A man claims to have spilled Tabasco sauce on his manhood and that it was “itchy”. Nevermind that the female sitting next to him was (1) 17, (2) a cheerleader and (3) looking at a magazine that featured attractive women. If the Tabasco sauce story is true, I don’t even want to know how that […]
just was not enough to keep the asshats on the Massachusetts parole board from freeing Dominic Cinelli. Having received his newfound freedom, Cinelli returned to the very life that landed him in the tank. Sadly, he killed a police officer in the process.
“The 1st Feline Batallion” love it! still rescuing kitties from the plates of diners in china?
Irrespective of what you think of pilot Chris Liu’s decision to make a video showing terrible airport security standards, the federal reaction to his video is particularly disturbing. Liu had been part of a federal security program allowing him to carry a gun in the cockpit. But after he posted the video, federal agents showed […]
With my girls at their dad’s for eleven days, I’ve had time to think. The first few days were spent resting and just catching up with time – the first few weeks of December were crazy. Then came the very sad days of missing my babies. The last couple of days I’ve had much time […]
Merry Christmas! I know this day isn’t perfect for many … is depressing for some … discouraging. I’m sincerely sorry. May there be some place in your day where God gives you a glimpse of His love for you. Today my Husband and I are walking across the street and sharing a Mexican-food Christmas meal with […]
I don’t know anything about Matt Rossano, but his article, Sacred Brands: Consumerism as a Modern Religion, was brought to my attention. Some interesting quotes from his writing: In a 2001 Financial Times article, the global advertising firm Young & Rubicam declared that “Brands are the new religion. People turn to them for meaning.” They went on […]
For some reason, this year, I find myself not quite a joyous around this time as I normally am. I’m still settling into the new rhythm of married life. We had a theory for how we were going to approach the holidays and it’s kind of gotten blown to shreds in Round 1. (Or is […]
As I’ve said before: I really have no dog in the “fight over Christmas”. Jesus wasn’t born in December, although I am cool with celebrating it then. But cross-dressing a Pagan holiday with Christian veneer doesn’t appeal to me. As far as I am concerned, Santa Claus is a fat child molester in a red […]