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Morality Movie Monday – A Christmas Story
This was never a classic piece of Christmas entertainment while I was growing up; I was nine in 1983 when this movie came out, but my local channels relied on Alastair Sim, Jimmy Stewart, Boris Karloff and whoever starred in … Continue reading
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Holy Crayola! Jesus in crayons
Blurred as the image is, it really could be anything. Sadly, the Daily Mail’s always seems willing to give face time to people who think they’ve experienced a pareidolia miracle. A woman who prayed for a sign from Jesus got … Continue reading
Posted in funny business, In the Media, religiosity Tagged consumerism, food, Optical Delusions, pareidolia, skepticism, toys 2 Comments
The One Minion Search Party vol. 43
Getting back into the swing means looking at more search results to see what ultimately lures people in my direction. So, a small sampling since it’s been a few weeks since I last did this: how much should i pay … Continue reading
Posted in atheism, books, religiosity, Search Parties Tagged atheism, books, Christmas, libraries, poetry, Search Parties, toys Comments Off on The One Minion Search Party vol. 43
Some toys not good enough for Salvation Army
And by good, I mean that there are actually toys considered too evil for that charity to pass along to children wanting presents Christmas morning. Apparently anything to do with Harry Potter or the Twilight series has to be “disposed … Continue reading
Posted in consumerism, culture, In the Media Tagged charity, children, Christmas, consumerism, faith-based delusion, I has a stupid, toys Comments Off on Some toys not good enough for Salvation Army
Pink Ouija boards are tacky, but dangerous?
Only if you get clubbed in the head with one. Otherwise they’re just lame games that can freak out your friends during sleepovers. Still, Fox sees fit to make them news anyway. It’s designed for young girls ages 8 and … Continue reading
Posted in culture, In the Media, skepticism Tagged faith-based delusion, games, ghosts, history, mysticism, ouija boards, paranormal, skepticism, spiritualism, toys Comments Off on Pink Ouija boards are tacky, but dangerous?
My name is Minion and I’m addicted
I picked up an iPod today. I paid for it, too. Or at least, the Visa company did. I’ll pay them back later. This is much sweetness. Oooh, free apps and games. I’m gonna go play some of those in … Continue reading
Posted in random biz Tagged addiction, consumerism, games, life, technology, toys 1 Comment
I figured Vanity Smurf was, and maybe even Hefty…
Oh, but Christwire isn’t actually freaking out about homosexual smurfs. They’re getting their freak on about how the sultry Smurfette is the only chick in a land of men. (Sic throughout – FYI: homonyms only sound homosexual, dear deer reed … Continue reading
Posted in culture Tagged cartoons, faith-based delusions, I has a stupid, movies, toys 6 Comments
You know why Baby Einstein DVD’s don’t work?
Because Einstein’s parents were cousins. He was a product of cousins mating. Think your cousins could produce a genius of that level? Think every cousin pairing will? Obviously not. Albert Einstein’s parents whipped up the cream of the genetic crop … Continue reading
Posted in consumerism, In the Media Tagged children, consumerism, education, money, scams, toys 4 Comments
It bodes ill for the purpose of a puzzle…
…when they can be bought pre-numbered for easy assembly. This is the only reason for a camera phone, I swear. Blurred, sadly. I found it Liquidation World this morning. First I thought, Ooh, dinosaur puzzle! Then I saw it was … Continue reading
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