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“What does it mean when a political leader says that the nation’s “thoughts and prayers” are with those who are in sorrow and grief?” Dr Mohler explains.
“Japan’s famous bullet trains had a problem: they were extremely loud.” I love their solution: they looked to what they would deny is evidence of design in nature to design a solution. The whole video is fascinating that way.
Rosaria Butterfield addresses an increasingly common scenario. “When you married your high school sweetheart at 19, you never once suspected you would be in this place. Now, at 39, after twenty years of marriage, you call yourself gay.”
“Apple’s actual corporate philosophy can summed up in eight words: Free speech for me, but not for thee.” Sounds pretty typical for today.
Interesting: “When writing about love, men are more likely to write about sex, and women about marriage. Women write more about feelings, men about actions. Even as gender roles have merged and same-sex romance has become more accepted, men and women still speak different languages when they talk about love.”
“Have you noticed that people are no longer talking? Sure, there is plenty of chat in shops and restaurants, but how often do you phone someone? If you’re over 40 you probably haven’t changed your habits, but I suspect that if you are under 40 there has been a change.”
This was rather predictable: “the Nashville “Megachurch” that embraced gay marriage two years ago has cratered.”
We keep a close watch on our lives by allowing others to keep a close watch on our lives.
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We are more concerned about looking stupid than we are about acting sinfully.—Edward Welch