On Class Reunions: There is something in the memory of youth that makes us want to return here… memories that are still living in our mind’s eye and not dead. Times of play and joy, easier times, lesser responsibilities, when we all believed in the illusion of our own immortality. Friendships, like a tribe, have lasted a lifetime. When we meet up, it is as if all the years between have disappeared and we are back to our youth. There is something here we have shared, we shared with no one else. But there is also something in our memories, which speak to our hope for eternity. It is a memory almost forgotten… buried under leaves and grass… that life goes on even after the parting of familiar friends.
But then I found out just how much of it was fiction, a political stage to vent misplaced rage, and how cynical a manipulation is Hollywood in its use of “history” to reinforce its arrogant condescension. The true in the “true story” is that there was a man who worked as a butler in the White House, but that is about as far as it went. The rest of this is spoiler, so be forewarned.
The high ideals expressed by John F. Kennedy in his inaugural address to the Nation spoke of sacrificial service to the country and the world. Today, the Democrat party is all about what the government can do for you. How far we have fallen.
Reblogged from Seth's Oasis: The war on Christians The global persecution of Christians is the unreported catastrophe of our time John L. Allen Jr. Imagine if correspondents in late 1944 had reported the Battle of the Bulge, but without explaining that it was a turning point in the second world war. Or what if finance […]
1Password 4 forces you to upgrade your iOS app for an additional fee to maintain syncing capabilities. Agilebits does not warn you and once you update your database with the trial, it is too late.
Boring, corporate and unimaginative redesigns of Yahoo!’s logo and the new Mercedes Benz S-Class. A lesson in running behind the pack.
Matias Quiet Pro Keyboard for Mac – A Review – It’s a pleasure to use and not too loud.