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‘reBlogged’ Articles

Stuff from all my other blogs and journals

On Evangelicalism

From the Atlantic – “Trump and the Evangelical Temptation”: The Moral Majority appeared at about the same time that the actual majority was more and more comfortable with divorce and couples living together out of wedlock. Evangelicals experienced the power of growing numbers and healthy subcultural institutions even as elite [Continue]

On International Women’s Day

From the Huffington Post, “Men Write History, But Women Live It“: It’s mostly men who write history, and mostly men who, according to those history books, make history. But it’s women who live through the most of it. And in daily life, it’s women who do the work of remembering important names and dates and [Continue]

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Saw this last night on TV and still can’t get over how great it is. Mirrored from half girl, half robot. Link to the original site [Continue]

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Saw this last night on TV and still can’t get over how great it is. Mirrored from half girl, half robot. Link to the original site [Continue]

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Saw this last night on TV and still can’t get over how great it is. Mirrored from half girl, half robot. comments Link to the original site [Continue]

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Saw this last night on TV and still can’t get over how great it is. Mirrored from half girl, half robot. comments Link to the original site [Continue]

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Saw this last night on TV and still can’t get over how great it is. Link to the original site [Continue]

Shape of Water at the BAFTAs

Saw this last night on TV and still can’t get over how great it is. Link to the original site [Continue]

Very endless implications

Lately I find myself subscribing to more newsletters. Partly I blame Warren Ellis, mostly I think I just miss the stream of longer form wittering that I used to get from my Livejournal friends page. I never stopped being annoyed when a website failed to furnish me with a RSS feed (or get slightly angry [Continue]

Very endless implications

Very endless implications

Lately I find myself subscribing to more newsletters. Partly I blame Warren Ellis, mostly I think I just miss the stream of longer form wittering that I used to get from my Livejournal friends page. I never stopped being annoyed when a website failed to furnish me with a RSS feed (or get slightly angry [Continue]

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