So there’s a Worldmagblog ad below for “To Catch a Predator.” My wife wonders why people want to watch that show. What appeals about it? I think it’s catching the bad guys. I’ve only seen short parts, but it’s shocking and appalling how many there are.
Which begs the question, in light of certain other questions: what makes this sin worse than others?
Apparently, stay-at-home moms actually do some work! $134,121 worth, speaking capitalistically.
This mother doesn’t seem to get it:
“Every husband I’ve ever spoken to said, ‘I’m keeping my job. You keep yours.’ It’s a tough one,” said Gillian Forrest, 39, a stay-at-home mother of 22-month-old Alex in New York. “I don’t know if you could put a dollar amount on it but it would be nice to get something.”
Nice to “get” something? How about training kids “in the way they should go”?
[Seen at Worldmagblog]
But that’s just because I’m wrong.
Seen at Here We Stand. Actually, it’s a good idea. I think they’re doing that same thing at the Casino Queen here in St. Louis. (That’s a casino, not a “Lutheran” “church.” Just in case you were wondering.)
You get absolutely nothing for answering this question correctly (maybe a poke in the eye with a sharp stick? as my mother used to say) except the glory and acclaim of your fellow man (read: me).
Who said “I can sing higher than Sandi”?
Useless trivia on a Thursday morning.
I don’t know why I haven’t linked to this guy before. Long overdue. Check his post on non-, un-, or less-than-Lutheran favorite hymns.