Category Archives: Thinkiness

Obama’s legacy: the abusive spouse

Watching President Obama deliver his convention address in Philadelphia last night, I was both captivated and horrified. Obviously, he is a very effective orator even if all you hear are his cadence and modulation, and all you see are the … Continue reading

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Twitter needs a ‘like’ button

I’ve recently launched another Twitter account (for this very blog! www.twitter.com/rightthkgblog) and have been making a very conscious effort to use it. I often come across some interesting links worth following, and frankly I enjoy the challenge of expressing myself … Continue reading

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Don’t Do It, Monica

Dear Ms. Lewinsky – I get it. I get that Bill Clinton has built himself a fine former Presidency where he remains adored and respected by half the population, while you’ve been continually dogged by your role in the scandal … Continue reading

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Subliminal messaging, bought and paid for

Here’s a mind-bender for you: If I am watching a movie that stars Jimmy Stewart, then the world that’s depicted in the movie is a world that does not include Jimmy Stewart. Otherwise, you’d have characters in the movie looking … Continue reading

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As the World Burns

Kate Middleton’s tits. That’s right, while the Middle East burns presumably in response to a badly-dubbed movie trailer purporting to mock the Islamic prophet Mohammed, much of Europe seems pre-occupied – not with the long term implications of the Muslim … Continue reading

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Is silence golden? Or is it acquiescence?

I’m not sure I should admit this, but this blog actually started as a passive-aggressive response to political stuff being shared on Facebook. I’d say 90 percent of my friends there are liberals, and a fair number of them share … Continue reading

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Should Christians be judged more harshly for rude behavior?

Shane mused (recently) about the value of having Christian bumper stickers on one’s car – and there was something he said that got my brain going in a slightly different direction. Shane observed: “With others you just see a disconnect … Continue reading

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These kids today

Dear Lord, I do NOT want to be one of those people who goes around wondering “What is it with these kids today?” But I can’t help myself. I had an experience recently that made me indescribably angry. Turns out … Continue reading

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“Why?” is just one question following tragic crash

Obviously, Matthew Tesch’s mother blames herself at least in part for his death. Today’s Register article quotes her clearly questioning why her two sons – one dead and one severely injured in a Monday morning traffic accident on the Southeast … Continue reading

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Check writing 101

I recently found myself attending a class for first-time offenders in the Polk County Check Restitution Program – which, of course, is the class you can take instead of going to jail for writing a bad check. If you pay … Continue reading

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