Be Prepared for Surprises

"What do you think about the whole 'gay marriage' thing? For it? Ban it?" asked the total stranger. He had popped up on my Facebook messages quite out of thin air. His name didn't ring a bell, we weren't FB friends, and he even confirmed that this was a totally random question to a stranger. … Continue reading Be Prepared for Surprises

Why We Can Taste

Did you ever stop and wonder why we can taste? No? Well, you're probably wondering now. It's weird, isn't it? Tasting doesn't really serve any major purpose like other senses do. Seeing, hearing, and touching help you get around the world without hurting yourself and enable communication. Even smell can warn you when you need … Continue reading Why We Can Taste

What America Could Learn from “How to Train Your Dragon 2”

First of all, it can learn that this is how you make a good sequel: take everything that worked in the original and add another teaspoon of awesome. That's it. However, there's another pretty strong, slightly indirect message that the movie gave which our country (as well as businesses, churches, etc.) can take away (mild … Continue reading What America Could Learn from “How to Train Your Dragon 2”

The One Where Hobby Lobby Gets Dumped Via Text Message

Okay, I know I just wrote post about how sick I am of the whole Hobby Lobby/Women’s Rights thing…but…this is kinda hilarious.

Or: Can’t We At Least Talk About This??

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Perhaps you heard the recent news about the Supreme Court’s decision concerning Hobby Lobby and their medical insurance. But if not, let me fill you in:

A little over a week ago, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby’s lawsuit (say those three words ten times fast, just for giggles) against the government, in which they petitioned that they shouldn’t have to provide certain abortive methods of birth control as part of their employee health insurance. This objection stemmed from the fact that Hobby Lobby is owned and operated by a Christian family and thus argued that being force to provide said birth control methods violated their religious beliefs.

So there’s that.

Now, as you might imagine (if you try for about .0000003 seconds) this ruling created quite the uproar. There have been numerous articles circulating about the Hobby Lobby decision…

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