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Chicken Sandwiches and Other Offenses

Even a chicken sandwich can be offensive in America.

A high school principal in California recently refused to let a local business provide chicken sandwiches to the football team, not because someone was offended, but because someone might be offended. 513 more words

Religion

Ramblings - Day Seven

Venting

When I began this blog a few weeks ago – it was mainly a place for me to come anonymously and vent, rant, rage, and talk it out with a world unseen.  304 more words

'What the hell'? Ken Jennings really stepped in it with this 'wheelchair' tweet

Or maybe not so much.

Earlier today, the former “Jeopardy!” champ and perpetual jerk thought he’d remind just how clever he is:

Nothing sadder than a hot person in a wheelchair.

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Entertainment

419: Staying Put

I am reading a book about religion. I have had this book for more than five years, and I am less than half-way through with it. 368 more words

Life

Fighting Microaggression

…also known as, cry me a river, build me a bridge and get over it.

The following video is from Andrew Klavan on “The Revolting Truth” over at YouTube. 266 more words

Politics

Dear Scott: Husband In Dog House After Proclaiming, “Hot” Is A Term Reserved For Younger, Single And Available Women

Dear Scott:

We had drinks with friends over the weekend and the subject of whether women would prefer to be called “pretty” or “hot” came up. 78 more words

Features

Outrageous Acts of Outrage

In Totem and Taboo, Freud writes on the role of outrage and its response. He writes of a “violation of taboo”, an action where a social rule is broken. 596 more words

Society