Monthly Archives: September 2010

“The Town,” A Movie Review

The movie “The Town” is a disaster.  How it got a 92 percent approval rating on is beyond me.  This flic has so many things wrong with it, I almost don’t know where to start with this review. “The Town” … Continue reading

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Embarrassing Statements and Actions

As a sometime member of the LDS Church, I keep asking myself:  Why do my leaders continue to embarrass me?

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“The American,” A Movie Review

I recently went to see the movie “The American” (Anton Corbijn director)starring George Clooney as Jack, an aging hitman.  The flic has a very European feel to it and has been criticized for being slow paced.  But the Italian scenary is drop-dead gorgeous; … Continue reading

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Stephen Hawking on Cosmology

Time magazine (20 Sep 2010) recently recommended Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow new book titled:  The Grand Design: In Hawking’s new book, the authors bring to the field an anecdotal clarity that is something of a first for this genre.  … Continue reading

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Burning Robert Kirby

The cat is finally out of the bag.  Robert Kirby is by far and away the best theologian that the LDS Church has.  His insights are always thought-provoking and his columns are much more interesting than the correlated Sunday School … Continue reading

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