Every parent should be aware of this threat, and carefully consider whether to give your child milk.
Boy wakes up and finds a mess.
Pants are soaked and bed is wet.
Mother hears cries of distress,
enters and is less than impressed.
Bed and boy are stripped, reclothed.
Fabric piled, still damp and cold.
While at the laundy, to him she says,
“no more milk before bed.”
[Response to Weekly Writing Challenge: Fifty]
Admittedly, I came a bit late to the party on this challenge, but felt compelled to write one anyway.
Noel Biderman really wants you to have an affair. So much so that he has made illicit passion his life’s passion.
Lest you think Noel is just a benevolent benefactor, tirelessly working to help bring infidelity to your doorstop, I should point out that Noel is financially incentivized to encourage you to cheat on your spouse. More specifically, Noel makes money if you choose (1) to break your marriage vows, and (2) to utilize his company–Ashley Madison–to do so. Continue reading Ashley Madison’s Not-So-Sexy Secret
On a weekend filled with chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs, let’s remember the reasons Jesus suffered and died on a cross…and the reasons he didn’t.
Continue reading Jesus Didn’t Die for Chocolate Bunnies and Easter Eggs
Blogger Matt Walsh published a post yesterday entitled, “I don’t respect the president or his office, and neither should you.” Matt’s premise—as the title makes abundantly clear—is that we should not feel obligated to “respect the office” of the President. Actually, he goes a step further by affirmatively arguing we should not respect it.
I won’t recap the whole post—if you want to read it for yourself, I imagine he would appreciate your visit. But here are a few highlights (lowlights?) that caught my eye: Continue reading Matt Walsh Doesn’t Respect the Office of the President, But He Should
I blogged about The Princess Bride a few weeks ago in my post, 5 Things You Should Always Say to Your Spouse. After that post, I realized that The Princess Bride has more to say about love and relationships. Here are a few things that we can learn about love from Westley and Buttercup.
1. Act out your love.
Performing acts of service for your spouse is a great way to say “I love you.” Westley lived out this principle and earned Buttercup’s abiding love. Incidentally, the book (by William Goldman) tells us exactly what Westley was saying to Buttercup through his act of love:
Continue reading Advice on Love from The Princess Bride
Here are some of the reasons he did not resign:
Incidentally, the various company founders and/or CEOs who did the things described above retained their positions.
Continue reading Mozilla: Champion of Equality…Some Restrictions Apply