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Old bones equal proof the bible is true!

At least, as far as Fox News is concerned. Here’s their headline: Mysterious bones may belong to John the Baptist There’s no way to be sure, of course, as there are no confirmed pieces of John the Baptist to compare … Continue reading

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“Once, just once, I’d like to be able to land someplace and say, ‘Behold, I am the Archangel Gabriel'”

“I fail to see the humor in that situation, Doctor.” “Naturally. You could hardly claim to be an angel with those pointed ears, Mister Spock. But say you landed someplace with a pitchfork…” I’m a Star Trek fan from way … Continue reading

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Feminism in a not-so-enlightened age

I finally got that book finished that I’ve had here for weeks. It’s called Enlightened Sexism: the seductive message that feminism’s work is done by Susan J. Douglas. First I want to quote Alternet: It’s no secret that, according to … Continue reading

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Little House for “adults only”

It’s a silly little thing, but in an effort to save money (two Euros per minute of viewing), companies may forego paying ratings people in Finland to watch a television show long enough to determine its appropriate viewing audience. But, … Continue reading

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