Monthly Archives: November 2011

Football and Our Way of Life

Yesterday I was in attendance as the football team of my alma mater, the University of Michigan, beat our arch-rivals Ohio State 40-34 in the final regular-season game of the season. Moments before the opening kickoff I looked at the … Continue reading

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Why We Should be Thankful for the Economy

“We are thankful for the U.S. Economy” is probably not something you heard at Thanksgiving dinner yesterday. But someone wise once said it’s never as good or as bad as you think it is. DailyBeast has a video on why … Continue reading

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‘Capturing the Friedmans,’ and Unspeakable Crimes

Why does society consider child molestation the most heinous crime imaginable? We can all agree this is true, right? In my opinion, murder is still more heinous. I’ve never had anyone close to me commit murder or molest a child … Continue reading

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The Sexiest Man Alive

So People magazine announced its ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ on Wednesday. Your winner: Bradley Cooper….? Uh, no. Second place? Liam Hemsworth. Who’s Liam Hemsworth? What a stupid name. Josh Charles was seventh? The kid who makes out with a girl who’s … Continue reading

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Tim Tebow

If the Denver Broncos win the Super Bowl the 2,000 year-old debate is over: Christianity is the One True Faith.

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The New Left, Maybe?

I am seriously thinking this blog is about to die. At least eight times in the past couple of days I’ve sat down intending to write something—Occupy Wall Street? Why I’m addicted to New Girl and hate myself for it? … Continue reading

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Movies: ‘Drive,’ ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’

I’ve had the hardest time coming up with the energy to post something. It’s been longer than a month, and I’m still having trouble. I’m having trouble concentrating—I’ve been reading the same book for almost three weeks, which is a … Continue reading

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