Monthly Archives: September 2012

Samuel Jackson Says It all…

 

(Pardon the swearing. I think he is just trying to make a point).

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Civil Discourse Requires Work; On Finding (Un)Common Ground

Aimee Whetstine might call it an act of God. I think of it more as serendipity. Whatever it was, something brought us together that morning at BlogHer ’12 in New York City, facing off across from each other at the conference’s annual “speed date” meet and greet.

Welcome to BlogHer ’12

I had already met a host of food bloggers, a pack of DIY bloggers, and a few marketers trying to convince me why their products would be a great fit for my blog. But, since I am not much of a cook, can’t sew for the life of me, and don’t take ads on my personal blog,  there wasn’t much of a love connection.

And then I met Aimee.

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So When Did Dis-Respecting Other Religions Become A Staple of American Values?

I don’t know about you, but I’m afraid. Could it really be that the foolish, pathetic ramblings of some religious zealot will be the start of World War III? No, I am not taking about Osama Bin Laden. I am talking about Florida-based evangelical Christian pastor, Terry Jones. Continue reading