Browsing the CD bin at my public library today, I was pleased to see a drawer marked “Sacred.” Their definition of “sacred music,” however, turns out to be different from mine.
A recent comment here led me to a blog that I will not honor with a link, lest I be responsible for helping profane that which is sacred. (more…)
I think that’s an unwarranted insult to misfit creeps like myself.
Otherwise, Stein hits the nail on the head.
I admire their unwillingness to suffer those who are unclear on the concept:
“You need a weapon,” he said. “I have to fear for my life. You can’t just have the money.”
The Rev. Tim Vakoc once told his sister that the safest place for him to be was in the center of God’s will.
“If that is in the line of fire, that is where I will be,” he had said.
I came across this ancestor to “LOL” in the most recent K9YA Telegraph (free subscription), taken from the Chicago Daily Tribune of November 17, 1938.
One of the most malign of modern trends is the disappearance of men from the ranks of public school teachers and the decline in the number of woman teachers who wield a ruler. I got a testimony of this recently. (more…)