I don’t know how you all feel about re-watching things on TV, but we do a lot of it.
This morning I looked up shiggy in the Urban Dictionary. Turns out I was pretty close.
The difference I speak of is the level of noise in our house, which has gone from Fast & Furious in Dolby Surround Sound to distant birds chirping in trees on the far side of an alpine meadow.
How many armed homeowners, hearing strange noises late at night, have wound up killing or maiming their own children and spouses? I bet more than a few.
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“We Are the Ants” came to my attention via a news item from Texas, where a parent is demanding it be removed from a high school library.
My suspicion, all along, has been that the leaked documents are assessments of military capabilities and key government/military leaders prepared by military attachés attached to American embassies overseas. Gathering that kind of intel and reporting on it is a key part of any attaché’s job — ours and theirs.
I can’t get all righteous over some rich asshole’s collection of Nazi memorabilia.