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Day 25: More Than That

The rich smell of black kaffe wafted over the kitchen area, prompting Hell to breathe a low, tuneless hum behind his lips as he pulled two mugs from the overhead cabinet to fill. 2,092 more words

Borderlands Fan Fiction

Sometimes, Politicians Need to Be Political

Kevin Williamson is being quite unfair to Robert Gates in his editorial piece. Sometimes, an argument from organizational self-interest is the best argument to carry the day on a particular issue, and failing to argue from a standpoint of organizational self-interest means losing the argument on that issue. 312 more words

Why Homosexuals would Win

50 years from now, same-sex relationships would be acceptable. And faecal incontinence would just be like any other physical illness such as headache. Our children would have a choice (irrespective of their psycho-biological blueprint) to be either straight, bisexual or gay. 352 more words


This Gay Korean Man Walks Into a Café and You Won’t BELIEVE What Happens Next

The scene: an independent café in Incheon. The cast: Korean people, as in all of them. It’s Buddha’s birthday and everyone is free today and that is the problem. 435 more words

Expat Life In Korea

The ‘Gay’ Takeover: Consequences

So, Ireland officially made ‘gay’ (homosexual, as it should be called) marriage legal. By a huge number. 61 percent voted to change their constitution, making Ireland the first nation in the world to make same-sex marriage legal through popular vote. 175 more words


Mennonite Church Eastern Canada (MCEC) and Diversity

Last week I spoke at the Mennonite Historical Society annual dinner in Elkhart, Indiana. I was asked to make observations for Mennonite Church USA from Ontario Mennonite history. 1,106 more words