Monthly Archives: November 2012

Ritual Rape

Yesterday an article from cltampa.com was bouncing around the web: Original Sin exposes the ancient connection between sex, drugs, and the church Hard to read, badly coded, illegibly styled I reprint it, somewhat fixed: The Catholic church has increasingly been … Continue reading

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Publicity

Publicing the Self Believing One’s Publicity The lynch party, dispersed and gone home, tells itself it’s Christian: and it is: so long as what “Christian” means is up to the Christians. After the Reich, Germans are yet Germans. What “American” … Continue reading

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Order

1, 2, 3 is an order; 3, 2, 1 is an order. 2, 3, 1; 2, 1, 3 … are also orders. Please tell me what order would not be an order. Thinking Tools

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Three Day Bible

I just watched 3:10 to Yuma again: the Russell Crowe version. thanx anomalousmaterial.com I’ll use this post to say a couple of things about it but I got one that’s gotta come now: Russell Crowe’s outlaw, “Ben Wade,” tells a … Continue reading

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Supervising Scout

I just had a tiff with my friend. Now I’m obsessing over the pattern I see in it, wanting to make a lesson of it, to map it onto a moral algebra. But it’s a teaching I (and others) have … Continue reading

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Governing God

It doesn’t matter how many churches you build or how much gold you bury the altars under if you keep Christ on the cross and still sabotage his disciples. God cannot be governed by kleptocrats. Of course in a serious … Continue reading

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Willis and Kids

Is Bruce Willis a good actor? a good guy? He’s an icon, effective, looks good in more than one sense, that’s for sure. And he’s lasted more than a year or two: that’s amazing. If he’s not good then his … Continue reading

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