Monthly Archives: February 2013

Five Theses for the New Pope


REUTERS/Alessandra Tarantino/Pool Photo Credit With spoiler alert for the U-Tube video at the end…a clip from Frederico Fellini’s Roma, the movie. FIVE THESES FOR THE NEW POPE TO SAVE THE CHURCH A bit of history In the 16th century a … Continue reading

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IS WHAT WE WATCH WHAT WE BECOME?


Should we boycott violent movies and TV series? I am sure most of us have heard about the impact of violent video games on some children. Research has well proven that at least some children watching this type of video … Continue reading

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Last Night In Twisted River review


BLUEPRINT FOR A NOVEL Last Night In Twisted River by John Irving This second most recent novel from John Irving becomes more interesting as one reads along until the end is reached and all is revealed–or so one might think. … Continue reading

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