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I read this in The Huffington Post… If you haven’t already seen it, click the title to open the whole article. And be glad we don’t live in India! A Letter to My Sons About Stopping Rape by Magda Pecsenye … Continue reading
The Ten Most Disturbing Scientific Discoveries | Science & Nature | Smithsonian Magazine.
I have already written about the crayon tribute and the angel memorials in Newtown. I ended by saying that, although my heart goes out to the grieving parents, I have no prayers to offer in comfort. That is a great … Continue reading
NORAD has for many years maintained a Christmas Eve tradition of tracking Santa by satellite as he allegedly travels around the world. What began as a clever spoof has evolved in to a major operation, with volunteers manning the phones … Continue reading
The Christmas season tests my patience in many ways. My taste in music and an unfortunate habit of listening… really listening… to lyrics are an example. Consider Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. The unfortunate title character is shunned and mocked … Continue reading