Monthly Archives: May 2013

Sexist Women and Making Up Words

This article from Yahoo is quite interesting. It’s about a new Samsung commercial that, to summarize, portrays men as lazy, disinterested, sloths who just laze around. I didn’t watch the video, I read the description. So before you jump on … Continue reading

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Literary Analysis: Portal

[NOTE: I believe that the video game as an art form is highly underrated, and so this literary analysis of Portal is my attempt to prove that video games can be just as serious a form of art as any … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood Keeps its Priorities in Order

With a hat tip to Sage McLaughlin at the excellent blog “What’s Wrong With the World”, here’s Planned Parenthood’s reaction to the conviction of Kermit Gosnell (and on that, at least we have some justice in this world): “A just … Continue reading

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Dialogue: There are no “Strong” (re: non-agnostic) Atheists

With a hat tip to this smart post from the excellent “Crude Ideas” blog. Crude and I, from what I’ve seen, tend to think alike in a lot of ways. Scene: An atheist and a theist are sitting together in … Continue reading

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Cool Stuff

This list of 3523 Catholic prayers is really cool. Nothing else to add, but maybe some of the Catholics reading appreciate this.

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Interesting Topics: The Battle of Shiloh

I just had to write this paper for my Civil War History class, and I’m pretty proud of it. The paper is long but not huge, so there’s more that can be said, but I think I got the main … Continue reading

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On the So-Called “Myth of Christian Martyrdom”

Academic hostility to Christianity is reaching hilariously transparent levels. This isn’t the first time I’ve heard this story, but it’s the first time I’ve heard a mainstream media source like Yahoo talking about it. Apparently a Notre Dame (supposedly a … Continue reading

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