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Wife beating education for sports fan and everyone else

Do you know what I am doing this morning? I’m glued to ESPN talk radio, which is 98.7FM in the NYC area, although it is a national station and… 292 more words


Destroyer of Exoplanets reblogged this on Destroyer of Exoplanets and commented:

I was going to add a normal comment, but of course some asshole showed up and ruined it for everyone. Anyway, my basic analysis is this: Some sports fans (one would expect there to always be a few terrible people, but it's shockingly common) seem to love the game and everyone who plays it. Anything that gets in the way is treated as an affront to EVERYTHING, so if a player can't play, they instinctively blame the person who got in the way. Up to and including saying it was all her fault, that essentially because he's a big dumb football dude he has no liability, she knew the risks. Which is dumb, of course. As for the police part of it, well, I think the history of the police speaks for itself. They'll fuck up everything in favor of the status quo and/or ruin the lives of innocent people so they can blame somebody other than the VIP culprit.

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I have an essay partly done on Intelligent Design, but instead of finishing it for this week I decided to spend my time responding to a fascinating article that a reader pointed me to. 220 more words

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New Essay (Free Will, Determinism, and Culpability)

I finished my essay at a more reasonable hour this week, so I’m hoping to have less of a headache tomorrow than I did last week. 82 more words

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Accusation: n. communicating a belief in the guilt and/or culpability of a human(s)

Have you ever been accused of bad, immoral, or illegal behavior and not been guilty? 353 more words

Common Sense

Fundamental Principles of Christian Morality

by Jayson M. Brunelle, M.Ed., CAGS

Is there a formula that we can use to determine the morality or immorality of human acts? As a matter of fact, there is! 580 more words


Listening in

Section 105 didn’t do it

Friday had now raised its head above the parapet and looked like being shot to pieces. Vernon sighed. Though perhaps not as bad as the worst day of his life this was raw enough. 409 more words

Creative Writing

'Help' for Heroes

Yesterday it emerged 51 year old, Christopher Copeland defrauded the UK military charity, Help for Heroes.

This wasn’t a quick dip into a collection bin however, Copeland’s perfidy pilfered £300,000 from the charity, and if not for a suspicious volunteer, he would likely still be at it. 307 more words