I wish. I have 3, possibly 4 jobs today. Sounds like fun, right?
My little girl is standing right under my bed where I put my feet looking at me like, “we are going for a walk now, right?” Umm, hang on there! 329 more words
David Cronenberg begins his film Crash, based on the novel by JG Ballard, with perhaps the purest iteration of the meet cute. He has James Spader, as film producer James Ballard, lose control of the wheel and collide directly with another car, that vehicle throwing its male passenger through both the original window and into his car. 469 more words
Friends of Padre Steve’s World,
What an exciting day to be alive and to do something that matters for kids. I have written a couple of times about what is going on in my neighborhood regarding getting the kids of our neighborhood a safe place to play. 997 more words
Much has been made about J.G. Ballard’s Crash. You don’t even need to have read it, because the mere idea of its central premise – which concerned a group of people who become sexually aroused by staging car crashes – tells you what you need to know about why it was controversial. 476 more words