Category: Culture - page 11

Film, Television, Sex, Music, Literature, Pop

The Calming

In 1961, John Cheever wrote a hilarious, and sad, story called “The Chimera,” about a dutiful husband who made his wife breakfast in bed every morning. However well executed the meal, she had something to complain about. After setting down her breakfast one morning, she blurts out words to this effect,”how long must I put..

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Stop Denying One Another

Content  rule for happy, calm, metro-sexual marriage encounter discussions in church: Make sure you quote “Live with your wives in an understanding way” (1 Peter 3) at least 10 times for every “stop denying one another” (1 Cor 7) reference.  This will keep church ladies of both genders from exploding. On second thought, better not..

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War, By Design

I’m fairly certain that when women consider male sexuality, there’s a very thick layer of pure disgust baked into the cake.  A friend of mine told me his wife  caught their son looking at pornography and her reaction was a mixture of outrage and loathing.  She was disgusted with both him and the images. I’m..

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Now Streaming…

Mini Movie/TV reviews.. Over my vacation, I discovered Google Play on my Android, and it’s shaping up to be a really solid streaming choice for film and television geeks like me. Disclaimer:  I watch a lot of film and television because I produce the stuff and I learn from other craftsmen (with bigger budgets!), but..

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Help Me, Ladies…

Can someone please tell me how all of this works? Megyn Kelly begins her questioning of Republican candidate Donald Trump with this question:  “..You’ve called women you don’t like ‘fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals..”  When Trump replies, getting a laugh with a Rosie O’Donnell joke, Megyn won’t be put off. She hammers:  “You..

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