It’s past time to admit that the Bible just got some things wrong: we aren’t supposed to be stoning gay people, selling off our women as property, or owning a workhouse full of slaves.
Apple has gone too far! I hate your UI! Minimize everything to such an extent that I can’t find anything and waste too much time looking for it rather than using it.
Dave says that the themes of love, forgiveness, of saying goodbye are frequently the focus of these conversations: saying things to a person that you feel deeply must be said while you can still say them. These are things we revere, we reverence. That which is sacred: love, forgiveness, saying goodbye.
If Jones wants to attempt to make some small amends, he should fund an independent group to care for America’s homeless LGBT youth population–a group that has nothing to do with conversion therapy or religion, just loving acceptance.
Well, hurray for Matt. At least his preferred method of execution of the gay is a bit more humane than Bobby’s, or ISIS’. Perhaps Bobby and Matthew can sit around the campfire (without all that sensuous hand holding!) and sing a rousing round of Kumbaya. They could invite some ISIS dudes to butch it up […]
Desirable land is short supply out here in California and is therefore very, very expensive. This poses some interesting problems for road construction and parking lots.
I initially setup my Facebook account with a ton of information about me: where I went to school, was born, have lived, blah, blah, blah. I also created accounts on other social network services, providing them with a lot of personal information as well.
These are some initial thoughts after an encounter with Banksy, whose work I find provokes my thinking on several different levels. In my opinion, if there is any truly great sin widely practiced in our world today, it’s the failure to think, for deep thinking almost always enjoins action. Banksy takes this on with verve.
The heater sits atop the roof. The gas earthquake detector shut the gas off when workers were working around the house and bumped into it with something. I had to relight the hot water heater. I never even thought about the HVAC system.
With great delight, I called AT&T today and canceled my account. The representative obviously lies to me right off the bat: he tells me that he can not cancel my account. He says he needs to send me to a specialist (customer retention expert) that can give me my options—despite the fact that I already know […]