[Insert picture of my doing a happy dance...my internet is being stupid] This is just a quick post for all my thoughts pertaining to being Freshly Pressed. First off, THANK YOU! All of you, the editors who picked my article, the people who read it, the ones who liked it, the new followers, and my … Continue reading Thanks, Thoughts, and Th-Th-…Questions.
With Halloween coming up, I've been flipping through a lot of Christian blogs, which are talking about whether or not the holiday is okay for Christians to celebrate. The answer is a resounding "HALLOWEEN IS AN EVIL SATAN MUSLIM HOLIDAY WHERE BABIES ARE RITUALLY ABORTED TO THE TUNE OF RECORDS PLAYED BACKWARDS!!" Yeah, kind of … Continue reading CHRISTIAN FREAKOUTS!–Hallow(SATAN!)een
What cartoon defines 90's animation better than the Animaniacs? Fun, upbeat, slapstick comedy at its best, when cartoons were content to be silly. The show won EIGHT freaking daytime Emmys! But sadly, not all of the segments were winners. I decided to go through the segments of the Animaniacs and line up the worst segments … Continue reading Worst-to-Best Animaniacs Segments
In truth, this post also applies to anyone with friends and family, but the title was long enough. A few years ago, when I was in college, I started dating D, who would become my wife. However, at almost the exact same time, I discovered that another girl had fallen for me (truth is stranger … Continue reading A Quick Note to Any Blogger in Love and/or Marriage
We Christians love to tell people "No." Whether it's sex, body piercings, Harry Potter books, or the occasional, appropriate Family Guy reference. And let's be honest. Saying "No," feels good! It makes you feel in charge. I mean look at the Genie in Aladdin. First thing he did when he as free? Looked Aladdin in the eye and … Continue reading Not Just No, but the Yes as Well as the No.
When you see an article on a legitimate news site called "Save like a Millionaire," you freaking read it! It had some good advice, much of it I'd heard before, being the rapidly-growing money dork that I am. But one piece of advice stuck out more than any of the others. "Delay retirement as long … Continue reading Walking on a Broken Leg (and other stupidities)
Believe it or not, there is a way to avoid offending anybody. It's hard, very hard, but it is possible. In a hyper-sensitive world, it seems everything we say is subject to hatred and screams of outrage. I commented on this in another post, but I started wondering, is there really a way to go … Continue reading How Not to Offend Anybody