Excerpts from another story at the NY Times–pity that Canada’s new government is replacing the Office of Religious Freedom within the foreign ministry, now Global Affairs Canada: Decapi… 9 more words
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In “We Happy Few”, the Winchesters come home after running errands to find Lucifer and God still in the middle of a cold war. In order to get them talking, the brothers decide to play Dr. 3,497 more words
“All In the Family” starts right where “Don’t Call Me Chuck” leaves off. Outside the police station with Sam, Dean, Chuck and a glowing amulet. 5,431 more words
For the first time since I started the Winchester Brothers Report, I’m late posting it. I have a good reason and I need to share it before we start because I’m about to burst. 4,382 more words
“Trippin’ trips”? “Orgies”?
Oh, don’t get excited, “The Chitters” is not nearly as scandalous as I’m making it sound. It’s about loss, outsiders, teammates, brothers, hope, and the even better, unexpected, happy ending. 3,197 more words
President Xi is “in some ways” according to this article at the NY Review of Books–excerpts: Who Is Xi? Andrew J. Nathan May 12, 2016 Issue Xi Zhongxun zhuan [Biography of Xi Zhon… 10 more words