I am in a glass case of emotion.
enjoying charming others, looking for mystic union, an intuitive understanding, fantasy and magic
Will some PLEASE give mat catastrophe (if that's his real name) his own column. He writes better than Chris Haire and actually reads history and philosophy. (Sorry Chris, I'm sure you are a hard working, kinda nice guy. But you are an editor for cripes sake.)Chris writes foul-mouthed little squibs that are not really worth reading most of the time because he is too busy putting out a newspaper.
Quote of the Week: "True fact: Christians are not, and cannot be, libertarians."
Thank you mat catastrophe. Please note: The quote of the week is chosen by me on no particular timetable. This quote merited the honor based on directness of sentiment and pithiness. P.S. There are no libertarians in heaven.
The House of Representatives would do well to ask why the board at the College of Charleston is almost exclusively white, and why women are underrepresented on the board at a school where the majority of students are women.
To the escort guy: Calling believers "delusionals" is bigoted. Pure and simple.
SAVE THE TREES and spare us this latest memoir. It used to be that this genre was reserved for those of us with front row seats to history, or those extraordinarily talented souls among us who needed to correct the misinformation perpetrated by our many biographers. That was before the age of self-absorption. Now, who hasn’t coughed up a memoir? Drug users, drug dealers, those on Prozac, those who dumped Prozac, people with food allergies, people who lost their thumbs to frostbite, people who bit off their thumbs before frostbite could set in. It seems that anyone who experienced a wretched childhood or anyone with mammoth ta-tas harbors the hope of attaining the memoirist ranks. Now it’s one man’s struggle to become a notary public. Thank you Herb for keeping the ME in memoir.
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