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living the liminal


March 2010

Republicans talking sense

A clip that includes Republican politicos that doesn’t include any tea-bagging pandering?! Granted, I still don’t buy some of what they say, but it’s nice to see conversation without fear-mongering or deliberate misinformation. Let’s keep the talk on policy and… Continue Reading →

a case of the Mondays

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What a difference a page makes

The webpages of the GOP vs. Democratic party: Who’s up for a rhetorical analysis? Better yet, which “side” would you rather be associated with? For the larger picture version of the two pages, go here.

What he said, part 2:

re: Catholic child-abuse sex scandal — PZ Myers, on why we should (always!) “tell on the church”: So this is our sacrilege for the day: speak the truth, decry the crimes of those in authority, challenge the dogma that says… Continue Reading →

What he said:

Richard Dawkins, on whether the Pope should resign: No, Pope Ratzinger should not resign. He should remain in charge of the whole rotten edifice – the whole profiteering, woman-fearing, guilt-gorging, truth-hating, child-raping institution – while it tumbles, amid a stench… Continue Reading →

fluttering disgust

Gardenscape 2010, originally uploaded by becky b.. Check out the look on Emma’s face! Photographic moment achieved.

“It’s enough to make a good old boy go crazy.”

President Obama and what he represents has jolted extremists into the present and forced them to confront the future. And it scares them. Even the optics must be irritating. A woman (Nancy Pelosi) pushed the health care bill through the… Continue Reading →

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