“We’re going to pay an enormous social, cultural price for not doing a same-sex ceremony. We’re going to be considered morally deficient. Let’s admit it.” The immorality of religious extremism!
Today Bill and Sally celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and people came from all over the country. As you might suspect, Bill is exceptionally gregarious or, as they say, “has never met a stranger.” And trust me, he hasn’t.
In my personal opinion, Franklin Graham, the son of Billy Graham, is just a mean opportunist. He has supposedly taken Billy Graham’s Evangelistic Association’s money out Wells Fargo because they crammed this gay agenda advertisement down his throat. I have no way of knowing, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the real reason is he […]
Germany has the astonishing good sense to provide college degrees to ANYBODY1 at all of their institutions of higher learning for only $120 per semester, and your student ID card provides you with limitless free public transit! Health insurance is a whopping $87 per month. with a 3.0 or better ↩
I came to like my friend the bumble bee. He didn’t seem to be bothered that I would walk by him every evening. Maybe he was fast asleep. Maybe he also liked me.
I’ve grown accustomed to the massive amount of torque of the EV’s electric motor, which which makes the car accelerate exceptionally smoothly! No matter what your speed, no matter how steep the hill, if you need to accelerate, there is no hesitation at all, just beautiful, smooth, perfectly controlled acceleration.
Today I learned that Colgate toothpaste was first sold by William Colgate’s company in 1873, sixteen years after the death of its founder, William Colgate. Colgate was the first toothpaste to be sold in a collapsible tube, introduced back in 1896 in New York.
Sharon is an author of children’s books and an attorney. She is bright, beautiful, sensitive, and articulate. Thanks, Sharon. You make us think. Sometimes you hold up a mirror, so we can see ourselves more clearly. Sometimes we shouldn’t like what we see and should desire to change.
A magnificent performance of epoch depth, resonance and intensity. When the work came to its stunning conclusion, the enraptured audience went absolutely crazy with frenzied enthusiasm for what we had just experienced. The cellist stood and immediately walked over to conductor Charles Dutoit, who was standing on the podium facing Gautier acknowledging the soloist’s uproarious […]
I am moved by how the nation of Ireland voted overwhelmingly to stand tall for marriage equality. They lead the world with 62% of the voters supporting equality and civil rights—almost a 2:1 vote in support.