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Book Review: Cat High: The Yearbook

Cat High:  The Yearbook, by Terry Deroy Gruber One would think that it’s not too hard to make compelling parody material about cats.  Cats are naturally pretty entertaining animals to watch and to read about and there are many funny … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Make Your Cat An Internet Celebrity

How To Make Your Cat An Internet Celebrity:  A Guide To Financial Freedom, by Patricia Carlin with photography by Dustin Fenstermacher It is unclear whether this book is meant to be taken seriously or not.  We live, after all, in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Grumpy Cat: A Grumpy Book

Grumpy Cat:  A Grumpy Book:  Disgruntled Tips And Activities Designed To Put A Frown On Your Face, by Grumpy Cat As most people are aware of, I am greatly fascinated by memes, and cat memes are no exception to this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Quarter Life Poetry

Quarter Life Poetry:  Poems For The Young, Broke & Hangry, by Samantha Jayne This book is an example of a genre of poetry that seeks to capitalize on the suffering and general lack of life success found by many millennials … Continue reading

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Liveblogging The Trip To The Feast Of Tabernacles: Part One

12:16PM:  It may seem a bi early for some of you to be thinking about this, but some of us begin our travels to the Feast of Tabernacles quite early.  Today I will be beginning my trip to the Feast … Continue reading

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How The Irish And Italians Became White And How You Can Too

We live in an age where identity politics matter a great deal, and yet we are incredibly sloppy when it comes to thinking of the implications of our identity obsessions.  For example, as I write this my Twitter is telling … Continue reading

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The Many Layers Of Panini

First of all, let us be clear about what we are talking about.  As much as I enjoy a good panini, I am not talking about the tasty food, but rather about the song by Lil Nas X.  In this … Continue reading

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My First Senior Discount

Last night I went out to eat with some very familiar company and we ate at a place that I haven’t eaten at in a while.  The meal itself went well, the conversation was enjoyable and the food was tasty.  … Continue reading

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Letters From My Mailbox: Part Four

This morning when I opened my e-mail I saw the following message sent by one of our congregation’s retired pastors about one of our elderly members who had gone into surgery about a week or so before our congregation’s recent … Continue reading

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Book Review: American Prison

American Prison:  A Reporter’s Undercover Journey Into The Business Of Punishment, by Shane Bauer A lot of this book consists of the author’s attempts to troll a private prison firm by serving as an undercover $9/hr corrections officer at the … Continue reading

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