I'm sorry I've been away for a while. Happy to see that there is still a strong community of people here.

Homophobia 

@martaparta They are so, soooo bad, and most of them star the same cast. You'll see a lot of Kevin Sorbo, Candace Cameron Burr, and David A. R. White is in like 75% of them. I remember a really creepy one, I think it was called The Encounter, where a group of people get stuck in a diner because of a storm, and the guy working the counter is Jesus. It's tone was all over the place, and the acting was just baaaaaad.

I was in a bad mood until I listened to a little bit of Hobo Johnson; that sure cheered me up.

Y'all, The Matrix came out in 1999. That's 20 freaking years ago! I feel so old!

I was just passive-aggressively referred to as an "educator" who attempts to indoctrinate children with the Liberal agenda.

Must be doing something right.

Just saw a post that said "Marriage doesn't take two people; it takes three. You cannot have a good marriage if God is not at the center of it."

It took every ounce of self-control I had not to respond with, "But God isn't a person." The only reason I didn't is because the lady who posted it is elderly and really very sweet.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt's breakdown in 50/50 gets me every time. I would say it's one of the most impactful scenes in cinematic history, along with Paul Dano's meltdown in Little Miss Sunshine.

@drew No, nothing new. The video for Devil's Whisper popped up in my YouTube feed. I'd never heard of him before.

My buddy Tony Harrah is getting some much-earned recognition for his amazing talent. Check him out if you dig a bluesy Americana sound:

This is quite delightful:

Watch "Samm Henshaw - Church (Official Video) ft. EARTHGANG" on YouTube
youtu.be/I_8-P4eZ1jA

@joeld I feel dirty after almost every movie produced by Bruckheimer.

I was already in love with Mary J. Blige, but her performance in Mudbound took that love to a whole new level.

@Daryn Thank you for these. I'm almost finished with Between the World and Me (Coates); it is so honest and painful, but necessary.

Just finished watching Roma. Such a beautiful, immersive, and heartbreaking film.

@Ricci In several interviews, Father Rohr said that Bono is a good friend and true admirer of his work.

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