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One and Done

One and Done.

Some people want and plan to have just one child. Others are physically unable to have a second and make the decision not to adopt another. 683 more words

Single Motherhood

Once Saved, Always Saved

Back when I was preparing to enter the Catholic Church, I had a discussion with the priest I was working with about the “Once Saved, Always Saved” teaching. 1,115 more words


Skipping college ball won't hurt Mitchell Robinson. For most players, that's not the case | Tim Sullivan

Skipping college basketball should not hurt Mitchell Robinson’s standing with the pro scouts. Not as long as he stands 7-feet tall.

The five-star center, briefly of Western Kentucky University, has… 794 more words

SEC News

Sunday Snapshot: I guess this makes the One and Done list

Apparently I am one of the few people in America who made it to forty-six without ever visiting Las Vegas.  This gap in my travel history never fails to cause a small ripple in conversation – upon learning I was a Las Vegas Virgin people would respond with anything from a moderate “really?!” to shocked surprise that I hadn’t yet experienced this marvel of modern something-or-other. 379 more words


"The Orson Welles Show" (1979)

Thanks to the internet, it’s now easier than ever to follow a celebrity’s decline. Even celebrities no one cares about, such as Kardashians in-laws or former cast members of The Bachelor, get 24 hour coverage, and the more often that coverage catches them doing something undignified, the more entertaining it is. 1,062 more words

Variety Show


The question of whether or not we’re “one and done” has been on our minds a lot lately. Now that Lady Jr is less of a handful. 579 more words


"Poochinski" (1990)

In the review of Laverne and Shirley in the Army, I discussed “high concept,” the fine art of encapsulating the plot of a movie or TV show in as few words as possible. 1,032 more words