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James McGrath Explains the Ending of LOST

May 26th, 2010 · No Comments · Religion, Television

James McGrath has been writing about LOST on his blog for quite some time and I have really appreciated his insights.  He offers up a really good explanation about the ending of LOST that helped me come to grips with all the unanswered questions. If you are a LOST fan, maybe you will find this […]

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Lost Beginning to Make a Little More Sense…Maybe

March 24th, 2010 · No Comments · Television

Here are a few thoughts Missy and I were discussing after last night’s episode of Lost. If you aren’t caught up you may not want to read this. I am not sure if any of this will turn out to be spoilers or not…I doubt I am smart enough for that to happen. But if […]

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Upgrading from Free Analog TV to Even Better Free Digital TV

January 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Television

These digital to analg converter boxes are great! If you haven’t gotten yours it is well worth it! We get 20 channels we didn’t used to get and the ones we used to get now come in crystal clear! Who needs cable when you have 30+ free channels?

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How Do You Watch Television?

December 1st, 2008 · No Comments · Television

I am wondering if we are the only people left on the planet watching television via bunny ears. The beauty of the internet is that I don’t have to wonder about many things any more. Instead I just go to google or do an online poll. So here goes…

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The Gospel Doesn’t Need Spin

November 22nd, 2008 · No Comments · Christianity, Church, Commercialism, Gospel, Religion, Television

We live in a culture of spin. We saw it in the presidential debating. We also see it in commercials. I saw a commercial today for Progresso Soup that made the claim 7 out of 10 people prefer Progresso Soup over Campbell’s in a national taste test. On the bottom of the screen the fine […]

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Hilarious Video – Switching to Digital Broadcast Television

November 21st, 2008 · No Comments · Humor, Television, Videos

I hope the transition won’t be this difficult as Missy and I are still on bunny ears! (HT: L.L. Barkat)

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Tide to Go and the Talking Stain

March 9th, 2008 · No Comments · Commercialism, Television

This has to be one of the funniest commercials I have ever seen. Thank you Tide to Go and the Talking Stain. You made my day! What kind of awkward or embarrassing interview experiences have you had? When I interviewed at the University of Florida for the doctoral program in clinical and health psychology it […]

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Lost Prediction – Claire to Die on Tonight’s Episode

February 28th, 2008 · No Comments · Television

Looks to me like Claire is going to die tonight. Something is going to happen linking her to Jack through their being half-siblings. Probably the people from the ship know the connection and something will result in Claire’s death on the show tonight. What do you think tonight’s show will be about?

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When Did Ann Coulter Become the Spokesperson for Judaeo-Christian Issues?

October 15th, 2007 · No Comments · Christianity, Headlines, Religion, Television

(HT to Carl McComan at The Website of Unknowing) There are more problems with both sides of the debate than you can shake a stick at. I don’t personally dislike Ann Coulter. I just wish she would stick with what she is an expert at and leave the armchair theology alone. It just makes everyone […]

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Oprah Show and Pornography

September 26th, 2007 · No Comments · Christianity, Culture, Family, Love, Psychology, Religion, Sin, Television, Thoughts

Yesterday’s Oprah show had the results of an online poll from Oprah.com showed that 50% of respondents felt pornography had affected their sex lives and 72% said the effect had been a positive one. Something tells me the sample of respondents was not very representative of the general population. The show was pushing to re-label […]

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