In a far-too-telling episode of Friends, Joey and Chandler discover that they're suddenly getting a porn channel for free. But then they learn that if they shut off the TV or change the channel, the glitch will fix itself and they'll lose their free porn. So they do the logical thing: keep the porn on … Continue reading Fix Your Eyes, Fix Your Addiction
I always thought I was immune to greed. I heard of athletes who balked at a mere $10 million a year and thought, "What selfishness!" See, I didn't need all that fancy stuff that money buys. I just needed to pay my bills and have a little extra for saving, spending, and giving. Did you … Continue reading The Bank of You
I was already a Mark Carver fan after reading Indelible, which I reviewed here, but I have to say I enjoy Beast even better. It's not trying to say nearly as much as the other book, but it succeeds in being more entertaining. TITLE: Beast AUTHOR: Mark Carver with Michael Anatra GENRE: Disaster thriller THE … Continue reading Book Review: “Beast” or “THIS is Why We Should Drive Electric Cars.” (8/10)
I use quotes around "Dry Spells" because sometimes it's a few days without rain and sometimes it's a freaking trek through the Sahara and the only thing you've had to eat in three weeks was the guy who died of thirst before you did. Metaphorically. I don't know anyone who likes deserts. Sure, we may like … Continue reading 1 Thing Christians Need to Remember About “Dry Spells”
Despite what people think, being an introvert does not mean I'm antisocial. I love a good, rich, deep conversation with one or two people. The other night, I got that with an old friend I'll call E. We talked about literature, media's impact on society, relationships, and our personal items in a two-hour Skype chat. … Continue reading How To Be Friends Without The Sex
"I could write a book." How many times have people told me that? And I'm not famous; these are just people who hear I'm a writer and think they can be, too. Because that's not insulting at all. Let's put aside that megalomaniacal assumption of "can" and ask another question no one asks: "should." "Should … Continue reading Should You Write a Novel?
Never seek fame. With it comes haters. The more people see you, the more they can despise you. Seek art, enjoyment, change in peoples' lives, any other goal, and the hate won't bother you so much. However, if you get any recognition on the internet, vile things will come your way. Okay, no joke, AS … Continue reading Tips from Jesus on Dealing with Bad Comments