Category Archives: Prejudice

Got My Mind Set on Mindsets

I saw a billboard this past weekend saying something like, “Paying too much for health care? Vote Republican!” Aren’t the Republicans the ones who are constantly pushing to make health care more expensive, constantly trying to repeal the Affordable Care … Continue reading

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Reasoning with Rulers

According to the introduction to the 2002 Oziana, both health and technical issues prevented Robin Olderman from continuing as editor of the magazine, so Joel Harris in Special Publications temporarily took over the job. The issue wasn’t released until 2002, … Continue reading

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Fraternizing with Fairies

Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery – Beth wanted me to read this, and let me borrow her Reader’s Digest edition, which does have the entire text. It took me way longer to read this than it probably should … Continue reading

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The World First Spoke to Me in Sensurround

We haven’t really been watching a lot of movies recently, aside from the two Elvis ones. I can’t even remember how long ago it was we saw the first two on here; they’ve been sitting in a draft for a … Continue reading

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The Domain of the King

You may remember that Beth and I were watching all the Elvis movies in order, and I’d been writing about them in groups of three. But then it was a few months between seeing the seventh and eighth, and we … Continue reading

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The Male Must Get Through

I’ve noticed an obsession the far right seems to have with masculinity. Someone on Twitter linked to this article, which is four years old at this point, but seems pretty accurate. It’s based on a non-scientific study, but it supports … Continue reading

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Mythical, Miraculous, and Medieval

The Jumbies, by Tracey Baptiste – I’d been interested in reading this since I found out what Jumbies were, which is basically evil spirits in Caribbean folklore. In this book, Corinne La Mer lives on an island with her widower … Continue reading

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Indefensible Day

It’s Independence Day here in the States, although you could ask what we’re celebrating when the Republicans are using the Supreme Court to eliminate as many freedoms as possible. This comparison seems pretty apt. But then, it’s not like anyone … Continue reading

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Religious Order in the Court

I’m sure what we all really need right now is a middle-aged white man weighing in on the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. But really, do any of my opinions matter in the grand scheme of things? I’ve seen … Continue reading

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That Vodou That Yo Dou So Well

The Hollow Places, by T. Kingfisher – When a woman named Kara is going through a divorce, she moves in with her uncle, a conspiracy-minded man who doesn’t believe in evolution until he figures he needs to in order to … Continue reading

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