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Bequest

Mr Walsh liked euphemisms. The funeral was “arrangements”, the eulogy (or lack of it) was a “tribute”, Charlie was “your late uncle” and the will-reading, in Mr Walsh’s beeswax-smelling office, was “dealing with affairs.” It took less than fifteen minutes to deal with Charlie’s affairs, but it was attended by so many euphemisms that I made a mental note never to ask Walsh for directions. 1,385 more words

Female Protagonist

The Atheist Illusion

Pretty good movie about the nonsense of Atheism, (though I don’t support Ray Comfort’s holiness salvation doctrine). ALL you have to do to be saved is say, like the thief on the cross, “Lord remember me when you come into your kingdom?” Jesus answered, “ 17 more words

Inspiration

Anticipating a Mind-Freaking Illusion

I’m a short person and when people stand up in front of me, I usually can’t see very much. So, ten minutes before the end of the show when the entertainer on the stage told everyone to stand, I didn’t. 616 more words

Living And Learning

FUN AND GAINS

The culture industry not so much adapts to the reactions of its customers as it counterfeits them.
―Theodor Adorno, 1903-1969, German social philosopher

“Life is a cabaret, old chum” It’s more a theme park, a fantasy land more or less.

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