Monthly Archives: December 2005

Those Who Forget the Past Can’t Predict The Future

Another year has passed and you and I are lucky to be alive. I mean that in both senses. It’s amazing that so many of us made it through 365 more days of the horrifying human condition, and it’s a … Continue reading

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Finally, a good time to read the Pickwick papers aloud

Ahhhh. It’s Christmas time. Gather round the fire, kids, and listen to Uncle John drone on about the good old days. And plan some more.
For instance, what ever happened to the Christmas tradition of the kid who can’t wait to … Continue reading

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Efficiency: It doesn’t amount to a hill of beans

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No wonder our politicians don’t know how to govern well

Oh boy. It’s the leaders’ debate. Time for beer and popcorn. Uh, make that pablum. And a hanky.
What has me on the edge of tears is that politics in this country is an unskilled profession. Our politicians, though desperately keen … Continue reading

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Is Narnia Christian? Do lions roar in the woods?

Almost from the moment it became known that a serious effort was under way to bring Narnia to the big screen, people have been debating whether Disney would trash the Christian message, or transmit it faithfully. We bring good tidings. … Continue reading

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