Pass? Or Fail? The Yokohama YK580 In The Snow (A Tire Review Update)

This ain't no motorbike! ;)

This ain’t no motorbike! ;)

Back in November I shared my opinion on the Yokohama YK580 tires. I was pretty rough on them in that review because I expect a lot out of my tires, and I was underwhelmed by their performance in wet weather.

So let me tell you how they do in light snow and ice. [Read more...]

Songs About Jesus That I’ve Never Heard (Music for Mondays)

"Jesus Christ and the rich young man," Heinrich Hoffman.

“Jesus Christ and the rich young man,” Heinrich Hoffman.

 

Self-reflective question o’ the day: How much music have I never heard?

Answer: A number that is very large, and pretty close to being represented by this symbol:  ∞.

So I’m probably in the same boat as you are, right? So I did a little exploring, looking for songs that I haven’t heard but that I just might like. That is a number considerably smaller than infinity.
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Peter Frampton Asks A Question: “Do You Feel Like I Do About Internet Angermongers?”

The legend speaks his mind (and mine)...

The legend speaks his mind (and mine)…

 

From his Facebook page,

Such a drag that there’s so much hate posted everywhere on the Internet. It’s the same as road rage where you are safe behind the wheel inside your bubble. Heaven forbid the upcoming light turns red. I’ve seen people run a red light rather than have to look at the person they just gave the finger.

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For Prayers Such As These For Advent

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Candle flame by Jon Sullivan

Before I became a Catholic, I had no idea what Advent meant. It was just another one of those weird, mysterious, Catholic words for a time in the year before Christmas. Nowadays, I appreciate it more because I understand that it commemorates the time when the people of Israel yearned for the Messiah. [Read more...]

Still Happy About What You Accomplished At The Polls? The Judiciary Is Amused…

 

 

Relish  your victories well, fellow citizen. Savor them. Bubble over with enthusiasm for the new day dawning like it’s Morning In America. Remember? [Read more...]

Top Artists: Beyoncé, Al Green, Sam Rocha…Wait. Who?

Screen Shot 2014-08-30 at 4.00.25 PM A few days back, on the Feast of St. Augustine, Sam Rocha’s album was released. It’s been climbing the charts ever since. I told you guys it was good, didn’t I?

But what about other reviewers, you say? [Read more...]

Catholics, Political Ideologies, And A Song That Explains Our Place On The Grid

Bullseye!

Bullseye!

Courtesy of Professor Tobin Grant, blogging on faith and politics for the Religion News Service. Decipher the graph here.

Here’s the song that explains Catholics place on the grid. It popped into my head immediately. [Read more...]

St. John of the Cross On What Ails The Catholic Blog-O-Sphere

Last week was a pretty embarrassing one in the parish of St. Blogs. It was enough to make me consider if continuing to blog was a worthwhile use of my time. There are other things to do, you know. I have children to raise, a wife to love, tasks to be performed on my day job, and honey-do lists that are a mile long.

Yep, I seriously thought of throwing in the towel . [Read more...]

Listening To My Favorite Song By The “Spiritual” Beatle (Music for Mondays)

I’m not really sure why, but this little tune is stuck in my head. So, being neighborly,  I thought I’d share it with you too. It’s all about rendering unto Caesar. [Read more...]

A Few Words For Wednesday (Music Edition)

Ah, words. Can’t live with ‘em; can’t live without ‘em. Right now, I can’t live with ‘em.

There are better bloggers whom you can read today, though. Head on over to the Catholic Channel homepage for a bushel of their good stuff.

Or, put your headphones on and you can listen to a few of my favorite tunes instead.

 

U2, Mysterious Ways.
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