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|Archived Since:||October 26, 2010|
What privacy rights do the dead have that the living are bound to respect?
What should happen to a heroic creator when he's too old or ill to keep working?
A moon of Saturn joins the exclusive club of worlds with all the ingredients of life.
They perpetuate the fear, ignorance and shame around sex that allows rapists and predators to hide in the dark.
Don't know much about history.
[I sent a copy of this letter to Gov. Cuomo, my state senator and state representative.] To whom it may concern: I’m writing to applaud New York State’s successful passage of a budget measure that makes tuition free for qualifying students at two-year and four-year public colleges. Our governor and our legislative leaders deserve the [Read More...]
This comes from the same segregationist mindset as all the other religions whose men believe they're too holy to be around women.
Figuring out what your clients want and are willing to pay for? Who cares about that?
Like Western businesses seeking to expand, religious evangelists are engaging in calculated self-censorship.
This won't be the last time that Republican disconnection from reality comes back to bite them.
One thing we can relearn from babies is the way they live and feel entirely in the present, untroubled by the past, unanxious about the future. Capturing this one transcendent moment of happiness, I was reminded of a quote: “The word ‘infant’ is derived from the Latin word for ‘unable to speak,’ but you’ll be [Read More...]
A hero of immovable integrity, until the plot requires otherwise.
American Christians have come full circle.
Just like the mullahs, he wants to use state power to censor opinions contrary to his own.
Why do all the worthless morons I'm surrounded by dislike me?
The world's super-rich have caught the apocalyptic mood.
The worship of Us Against The World has taken over Christianity.
The evocative, glamorous setting of the 1920s... is completely ignored by this novel.
Content note: Minor spoilers. I’m behind on movies, but I’m trying to catch up on the ones I missed when they were in theaters. The 2016 film I most wanted to see was Arrival, and it was worth the wait. Arrival is a first contact sci-fi story, based on Ted Chiang’s novella “Story of Your [Read More...]
Whatever the apologists may say, this isn't about protecting life and it never has been.