Majority Way

by baldilocks When did being in a majority with respect to a given opinion become the sole prerequisite for the validity of that opinion? Even Christians, who have a long record at their disposal, can't seem to grasp a simple pattern: when the majority is moving in one direction, it is often wise to move … Continue reading Majority Way

Hannaford’s Golden Age, courtesy of Arthur S. Demoulas

Randolph Duke: Exactly why do you think the price of pork bellies is going to keep going down, William? Billy Ray Valentine: Okay, pork belly prices have been dropping all morning, which means that everybody is waiting for it to hit rock bottom, so they can buy low. Which means that the people who own … Continue reading Hannaford’s Golden Age, courtesy of Arthur S. Demoulas

The Anchoress Explains it better than me

I've had a brief but friendly exchange with a commentator named Pam concerning my piece on spiritual malpractice both inside the Catholic church (I heard an excellent example of this recently in a sermon that suggesting lesson of the loaves & fishes was sharing as if the significance of the loaves & fishes was a … Continue reading The Anchoress Explains it better than me