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Can We Take a Joke? (2015)

D: Ted Balaker / 75m

Narrator: Christina Pazsitzky

With: Jim Norton, Lisa Lampanelli, Gilbert Gottfried, Karith Foster, Penn Jillette, Heather McDonald, Christopher Lee, Noam Dworman, Greg Lukianoff, Jonathan Rauch, Adam Carolla, Jon Ronson… 1,288 more words


Let them eat diamonds

Monday today – I’m too lazy to write something thoughtful. So, instead, here is some random anti-Trump sentiment for your enjoyment.

The Meals on Wheels program could be saved if Melania Trump would stay at the White House for just 20 days. 87 more words


Gay porn scandal rocks U.S. military

Dishonorable behavior a direct result of the armed forces becoming a place for leftist social experimentation

The USA Today report is labeled, EXCLUSIVE and headlined, ”Gay porn scandal hits military.” Readers are informed that “images on websites show men in uniform engaging in sex acts.” These images “have made their way on to gay porn websites.” 421 more words

Those Dems

Polarisation Takes Two (a reflection on 'Keeping it Light')

‘Keeping it Light’ puts two people together who would normally disagree. And shows how the Bible can help us all listen to each other.

As part of its 200 year anniversary, Bible Society Australia ran the first of ‘a short series of videos showing that it is possible to have a light discussion on the heaviest topics’.

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Written By Arthur

Filling In Plotholes: Beauty and the Beast (2017) Review

The 1991 animated classic Beauty and the Beast is arguably one of the best movies Disney ever made. The songs and story are strong enough to lend themselves to a Broadway interpretation as well as a new live-action adaptation released this week. 1,128 more words

How To Read An Article On The Internet

You are in charge of how you read

Please, please do not read something like you are shopping at the ‘As Is’ section at Ikea and accept whatever is in front of you. 534 more words

Trump Pledges to End National Endowment for the Arts | artnet News

In a move many feared was coming, the Trump administration has revealed a proposal to cut the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in its federal budget plan. 119 more words