Palm Sunday…

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Readings, about Palm Sunday, and Pope Francis on Palm Sunday. … [Read more...]

Go home pop culture, you’re drunk…

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Because my son loves this stupid song ad infinitum to ad nauseum, I was forced to watch this spectacle on TV. As we both sat their, mouths gaping, the only words I could muster were, "Say no to drugs, son. Just say no." … [Read more...]

This Post Isn’t About Miley Cyrus…

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... Well sort of. It's about Robin Thicke's mom, Gloria Loring."I don't understand what Miley Cyrus is trying to do," Loring told The Insider after watching Cyrus and Thicke's medley of We Can't Stop, Blurred Lines and Give It 2 U."I just keep thinking of her mother and father watching this. Oh, Lord, have mercy," she added. "...I was not expecting her to be putting her butt that close to my son. The problem is, now I can never 'unsee' it." [SOURCE]Seriously, lady?Have you … [Read more...]

I Saw Your Boobs, So Put On A Shirt…

... Have you heard? Feminists are angry at Seth MacFarlane. Never mind that I thought I was watching Peter Brady host the Oscars; Seth Who? And yeah, Feminists being angry is as predictable as Muslims rioting. Yawn.So apparently Seth does a little song and dance number about seeing actresses boobs in films and lots of women got insulted. From the New Yorker;The song was part of a larger skit whose premise was that William Shatner, as Captain Kirk, sends MacFarlane a message from the … [Read more...]

pop-fiction, the Hunger Games, and how trashy teen-lit kills reading…

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... The Hunger Games is the next big thing apparently. I first learned of the books last year when a friend of mine was raving about how much she and her daughter enjoyed the series. Color me cautious, I didn't share her enthusiasm then and still remain skeptical that it's just another series looking to profit off the teen-lit phenomenon.I mean clearly the Twilight series proved intellectually beneficial to young readers...When it comes to children's and young adult literature I … [Read more...]


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