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Confusing other people. and myself. But mostly myself. It takes talent to be able to confuse yourself on a regular basis. Either that or a short memory, little sleep and hours spent talking to your friend no one else can see.
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21 Sep 2011
Matazone isn't especially public, but it sure is a forum and technically anyone on the internet can access it, so yeah.
I have nothing else to say except you should look at some cool stuff I found on the internet in my travels.
Okay. Well, I can't find anything else cool, and I'm pretty sure not many people would find that especially compelling...
I'll let you know when something else is found.
That is all.
8 Aug 2010
So, I've been watching some documentaries online the past few monthes and there have been a few that I've really enjoyed.
This is one of them! It's about a left leaning pair of activists who use media to screw with big companies. It's pretty great.
The Yes Men Fix the World
I'm just going to leave it at one doc for now. I know you media savvy, intelligent, charming and devastatingly good looking denizens of the internet have all sorts of documentaries you've found online that you've loved. Well? Give them up already!
25 Jul 2005
K... This is probably about as last minute as I can get. Tommorow (Tuesday the 26th) I'll be getting into London Waterloo around 5pm. after I drop things off at Froggeh's house, does anyone want to get together either on the 26th or the 27th or 28th? This is your chance to show a bewildered Canadian around the big city, get something to drink and laugh at my accent.
Yes. I know. This is very very very last minute... I should have done this back in Korea. Whoops
7 May 2005
A Southern Baptist church in East Waynesville, North Carolina has expelled all of its Democrats
Well, actually 9 of them have been expelled and another additional 40 left as protest.
From another message board:
She (posters mother) said WLOS tv just broke in to report that the East Waynesville Baptist church has officially excommunicated all its democratic members.
She said that before the election, the preacher told the congregation from the pulpit that if they didn't vote for * they had to come to the altar to confess their sins and repent. they could'nt be members. (My Mom doesn't attend that church--she's United Methodist, but I know of lots who do attend).
From Mom's email: "One of the local women who got excommunicated said on TV that it was like a cult. Another man who got excommunicated said that the rest of the congregation stood up and applauded as the Democrats were told to leave."
This seems to signal to me another step towards not just the gradual blurring of the boundary between church and state, but a full blown theocracy.
Ten Commandments in public places, debating homosexual marriage in the context of religion (when it's a secular government policy and wouldn't have any impact on churches as they wouldn't be required to perform homosexual marriage ceremonies), prayer in schools... the list goes on..
What think you? The States heading towards a theocracy, or am I just blowing things out of proportion? Would a theocracy be such a bad thing? Why? Why not? Please submit your essays by 5:00 p.m. 500 words or less.
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