Some years ago, the parent of a dear friend called me to say that his daughter would probably not live thru her season of substance abuse and addiction. This news was devastating to me, but none of her family or friends gave in to resignation.
Lock him up.
I said in an earlier (5 minutes ago) post that many of my liberal friends believe me to be a conservative. Which is funny. But the opposite is also true. I have a fair number of politically conservative friends and many of them think I am a liberal (one of them loudly insisted that this is the case at a table in a Starbucks in West Chester, PA).
The angry tone that my conservative peepz sometimes take when accusing me of being left has, ironically, resulted in pushing me further left.· Jim: Lose Cannon 1
as a non-Christian, i find this conversation so helpful. I really appreciate this definition of "Christ centered:" "I try to treat the world the way I believe Christ would want me to" because that wasn't really clear to this Yankee-born atheist.· Stephªn1e☀️CogSc1L1brªr1ªn☀️ 3
Look, I'm certainly not a political conservative (although many of my liberal friends believe that I am) but if you're honest with yourself, you'll admit that neither is our president nor any of his top tier staff/advisors. I should say current top tier staff. The real conservatives have all been fired or have resigned.
Anyone who still supports this unapologetically criminal (not to mention racist, but that, sadly, goes without saying at this point) administration is at least an accessory to their crimes.· Jim: Lose Cannon 2
I could start posting y'all's pictures with "Lock him/her up" captions too. Maybe I will before too long.· Jim: Lose Cannon
Actually the only thing that keeps me from doing so now is that you'd probably take pride in it.· Jim: Lose Cannon
Today I asked my one and only Zimbabwean congregation member to teach me how to ululate. She said she would! #winning
She showed me a cell vid of her daugher's hooding ceremony (doctorate in biochem, biatchez!). Very staid affair... solemn and silent and all that, until daughter got her hood and suddenly, very close b/c it was the person holding the phone "ULULULULULULUL! and then the whole place erupted in laughter and shouting!· Jim: Lose Cannon 6
I wish I could have been at the actual event instead of watching it on a tiny screen. Still great though.· Jim: Lose Cannon 1
Have you learned how yet?· LB: Chonky Boing Boing 2
Nightcrawler. Have you seen it? It's depressing and monstrous and you should see it. Jake Gyllenhaal is in it, if you're into him. And Rene Russo too.
#sinceffdied. Firstly, has it only been 4 years? FriendFeed Blog " Dear FriendFeed community, We wanted to let you know that FriendFeed will be shutting down soon. We've been maintaining the service sin..." http://blog.friendfeed.com/2015/03/dear-friendfeed-community-were.html
Haunting of Hill House: episode 6, minus the portions that occur at the house, would make a pretty good one act play.
Haunting of Hill House. Episode 5 is the first really good one; well written, well acted, genuinely suspenseful and even frightening. However, Nell's therapist is ridiculous, unrealistic and worst of all, a terrible listener. @friarw
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