A little while ago, someone on Facebook posted a very dangerous video. It was from a priest of some indeterminable denomination and it contained a very errant message.
A free press is a magnificent thing, but sometimes, I worry that the we (I can say being a member of said community – yes, I am.) might get in our own way sometimes. Picture this scenario. I can see it starting like this:
I’ve heard it called the “Original Sin,” but is it? Why exactly is “sex” a sin? It is, biologically speaking, the act of creating more humans. Having a deity that says procreation is a bad idea makes very little sense. If we didn’t do it, us lowly humans would die out and then there wouldn’t be anyone left to worship anyone, would there?
Apparently, it’s news that the Houston Astros are capable of watching television and telling their players about it. What a crime!
No, seriously. The DC Universe is riddled with better female characters than the fairly inept Harley Quinn.
According to ESPN, a tremendous life lesson that even non-baseball people could learn from was recently taught by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. It’s one that a lot of people could learn from, including Major League Baseball itself. They won’t, of course. It’s too easy a fix and makes too much sense and, most of all, works – therefore it won’t be done. But let’s imagine for a moment that people pay attention.
I saw an article recently that claimed (and probably rightfully so) that Baby Yoda was more popular than any Democratic Presidential candidate, Donald, Republican candidate, and, in fact, any other politician. Of course, he is. Baby Yoda has many things going for him… so Baby Yoda 2020?
It came up again. I’ve mentioned it before. I’ll probably mention it again. Am I the only one who thinks that the concept of a birth certificate is not only silly, but it’s patently absurd to think it could be used as a form of identification? It can’t really just be me, can it?
It’s not a war on “Christmas.” The holiday itself is lovely. Peace on Earth actually being practiced? Yes, please. Let’s have more of that. (And we don’t have to limit that part to this particular holiday.) But there are some issues that need addressing.
I think the title says it all. As long as you agree, you can skip the rest of this… unless you want examples. By the way, I’m not referring to their importance in the sense of, let’s say, the School For Unnecessary Ellipises (where William Shatner got his degree in Unusual Hyphen Placement).