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Re: “Don't Overlook Emotional Maturity

are not the same thing

Posted by WithoutSin on 03/03/2010 at 1:53 PM

Re: “Keep your kids out of the liquor store

out there in america, you can buy wine at most grocery stores. children are allowed within the walls of these purveyors of sin and even allowed to push the carts about--usually without incident. i take my child into the liquor store whenever i am out shopping alone, making yet another stop simply to purchase a nice ($12!) six-pack. i won't be drinking it for another four hours, anyhow--i still have to chill it. so what's the harm in shopping with children? if they're allowed in the store, the store should be made safe.

Posted by WithoutSin on 02/04/2010 at 10:49 AM

Re: “Thanksgiving Asides

i love me some yams. but when people put marshmallows in them...

Posted by WithoutSin on 11/20/2009 at 3:05 PM

Re: “Flicks in Pieces Oct. 20: Credits Crashers

the hangover's lost camera slideshow kept me laughing through the end.

Posted by WithoutSin on 10/20/2009 at 10:09 AM

Re: “SLC Anime Convention

better than the attempted sobbing was the interviewer's complete lack of expression. with a woman dressed as a anime soldier tryer to muster some tears because her made-up army was decimated by a fictitious virus, the interviewer somehow keeps a straight face. she's got network material written all over her. nice job!

Posted by WithoutSin on 10/19/2009 at 2:22 PM

Re: “Marriage Is Between a (Dead) Man and an (Imaginary) Woman

this has to create some serious red tape for st. fr. mr. damien in heaven. not too many people die, get baptized, get married and achieve sainthood–in that order.

Posted by WithoutSin on 10/15/2009 at 9:50 AM

Re: “They Call me Coach

a man from a time that may never happen again: the era where the coach was in charge of the athlete. from pee-wee sports to the pros, the tide has changed to where the athletes (or parents) are more demanding--more money, more playing time, whatever. respect your coaches, kids (and parents). they are wiser than you in the ways of sport, that's why they're coaches. if they are volunteering for the job (i.e. little league), do what they say. they are trying to make you better athletes and people.
enough of that.
here's to 100, coach wooden.

Posted by WithoutSin on 10/14/2009 at 10:48 AM

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