I’m feeling cranky. So here’s Betty Bowers’ review of Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ.” Ha.
I just read this and thought you might find it interesting:
“The man is interesting, like him or not, and that’s a rarity in US politics where candidates are as exciting as toothpaste or underarm deodorant, because that’s exactly how they want us to view them, as products, not people. Enter Howard Dean, person.”
From my dear old dad:
“Reading the Jim Hightower book I was directed to this site. Check it out. I intend to patronize it. Thought it might be of interest to your college students.”
He also thought it might be of interest to my “liberal friends.” What do you think, guys? Are we into sweat shop alternatives that actually PAY people?
This is very long, but it rocks. It completely rocks. Here I am in conservative Western Michigan and today’s paper has this letter in it, written by students in Grand Haven High School’s World Religions class. I didn’t see the letter they’re responding to, but this is so clear and bold and confident. I hope I get some of these brave kids in my classes.
It’s the full moon again which means Ben only has one month to go until he knows he’s a baby!!
Happy parents for two-months day!