Not really, but this video on reviving a church by reviving its appeal to men may have some bearing on the LDS male priesthood. Worth thinking about anyway. (more…)
No marriage can survive an examination of the spouse’s faults, without equal or more time spent on the partner’s good qualities. This is true even if the examination is fair-minded and gives due weight to extenuating circumstances, excuses, and justifications. (more…)
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But I could learn to appreciate this kind of clumsy and random.
Do watch the video, with its impressive time lapse, and follow the link to the company site. Well worth your time.
It works, and I’ve noticed almost immediate improvement. Apparently, this old dog was direly in need of a new trick.
While discussing running with a fellow in the gym, he turned me on to a running technique called “Chi running.” (more…)
Senseless? Really? If by “senseless” you mean carried out almost precisely from the scripts of your own movies, then, sure, it was “senseless.”
As for you, Sean Penn, you paragon of endless moralizing, we would like to thank you, too, for underwriting last week’s ultra-violence and real-life carnage at the movie theater. One of the last scenes that 6-year-old saw in her precious life was a trailer for your movie.
In the final clip of a trailer filled with orgiastic bloodshed, you have some classy “actors” with machine guns unload from behind a movie screen into a crowd seated in a theater, watching a film. Ring a bell, Sean? Sound familiar?
For those who want a quick-and-dirty program to tell the players in the main stream media, New York Times and Washington Post are ultra-liberal. New York Post and Washington Times are more conservative, or at least much less liberal.