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everybody's grandpa

Evan Dara’s THE LOST SCRAPBOOK, pp. 6-72

Many of us im sure think a little about how to write differently. To make something that could push out beyond Brechtian alienation or the long postmodern and all the rest of that which is now tradition. 3,441 more words

US Lit

Quicksand, by Steve Toltz

I finished reading this book late last night and I am still overwhelmed by it.  It was unputdownable for the last 200-odd pages, and food for considerable thought long after the light was turned off.  1,469 more words


'WE'VE COME A WRONG WAY BAY-BEE' - by Alix Dobkin (1999)

“As I was saying, the phrase,
‘This may be politically incorrect, but…’, makes me reach for the “delete” key. Why? Because it almost always precedes, a mindless bit of racism or a snotty put-down of women. 65 more words


July 1 -- existence

Today’s Bible reading

Read: Philippians 2

Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility regard others as better than yourselves. Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others. 1,177 more words

Deep People Make Disciples

Directed by Drew Goddard
Written by Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard

“Five friends go for a break at a remote cabin in the woods, where they get more than they bargained for. 494 more words

Movie Reviews

edlear30 reblogged this on Personal Superlative.

Paul in Athens teaches us how to bring the Gospel into the present

The characters in Acts are changing the world. Paul and his comrades are trying to soften stiff-necked, hardheaded unchanging people. Paul is bringing a revolution to the Jewish faith and opening up the gates of Christianity. 1,273 more words