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Chick-a-fil-a-boom-boom

So, here are a few of my succinct thoughts on this whole Chik-fil-a pseudo-scandal (here is a pretty good summation of the story). Completely unasked for and unpaid for. And as my old high school government teacher used to say, … Continue reading

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Great–Now I’m Hungry for SOPA-PIPAs….

Okay, so I totally stole that joke from the internetz. It’s still funny. But if the legislation that is being proposed right now actually becomes law, I could be declared a dirty internet pirate whore for posting this. Not my … Continue reading

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Banned Book Week aka The Geek Gets Political (Again)

I’m generally a pretty even-keeled guy with a live-and-let-live attitude. I also hate getting into political discussions because most of the time they are like religious discussions: people too often stop discussing their points and start trying to convert me … Continue reading

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YA Lit; or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace the Darkness

Last night I came across this article via one of the authors I follow on Twitter.  The article is by Meghan Cox Gurdon, who “writes regularly about children’s books” for the Wall Street Journal.  I’ll let you read it, digest it … Continue reading

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Child-Proofing The World, One Author At A Time…

There has been a bit of a hub-bub this week surrounding fantasy-erotica author Judy Mays.  A “news” story, published by WNEP in Pennsylvania, has outed Ms. Mays as local 10th-grade English teacher Judy Buranich, purportedly in an attempt to warn parents about … Continue reading

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