Monthly Archives: April 2007

Monday, Monday

Guy claims Boy George kidnapped him. I’m not sure I could imagine a worse nightmare. __________ D-Day for cancer? A four-year clinical trial involving 1,200 women found those taking vitamin D pills had about a 60-per-cent reduction in cancer incidence, … Continue reading

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Something for Sunday Morning

“If we were truly Christian, there would not be a single pagan left.” St. John Chrysostom Bookmark it: | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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The Screaming Eudemon

Not much today. I had a ton of stuff: Lions draft day (best day to be a Lions fan), my idiot-savant Michael (a second-grader who can barely tie his shoes but has taught himself multiplication and other things, to the … Continue reading

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Brews You Can Use

Deadlines and fires. That’s my life in a nutshell right now. Not much today. Just a few Brews You Can Use. Producer caters to homosexual woman crowd: Anheuser-Busch has rolled out three fruit-flavored versions of its Michelob Ultra brand. The … Continue reading

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Short Post Day

No real blogging today. I went to 300 last night, got to bed late, and now I’m scrambling. I enjoyed the movie, incidentally, but it wasn’t great. I’d give it a 6. Possibly the most violent thing I’ve seen (and … Continue reading

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The Quick-Hitting Eudemon

The lust to find life in space continues: For the first time astronomers have discovered a planet outside our solar system that is potentially habitable, with Earth-like temperatures, a find researchers described Tuesday as a big step in the search … Continue reading

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Cho Woman, Protests, and Sundry News

The Vatican appears to be heating up under the lead of its octogenarian leader: The Vatican’s second-highest ranking doctrinal official on Monday forcefully branded homosexual marriage an evil and denounced abortion and euthanasia as forms of “terrorism with a human … Continue reading

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St. George

The priest at Mass today reminded me that it’s St. George’s Day. I am, accordingly, obliged to re-produce Chesterton’s great poem, The Englishman: St George he was for England, And before he killed the dragon He drank a pint of … Continue reading

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Monday Moanin’

Not much this morning. I played outdoors with the kids most of yesterday afternoon, including an hour of soccer with Abbie (12) that dang-near killed me and damaged bones or ligaments or other mystery parts in my right foot. I … Continue reading

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This Scoop Couldn’t Wait Until Monday

On May 12, 2007, Emory University will unveil the complete collection of letters from Flannery O’Connor to Elizabeth “Betty” Hester. Hester was, um, unorthodox, but it looks like the libertines will be sorely disappointed: Hester was a lesbian and, at … Continue reading

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Something for Sunday Morning

“I failed to see the light with my blinded eyes; but I attributed the fault not to them, but to the sun.” St. Jerome Bookmark it: | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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Hillary Trouble?

I quote and link. You decide whether this will teflon off her: A business mogul who says he was Hillary Clinton’s biggest donor in her 2000 Senate campaign is preparing to release a newly recovered videotape his lawyer calls “smoking-gun … Continue reading

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