Monthly Archives: August 2017

Women’s Equality Hurts Married Women

A new paper published in the Journal Demography, Women’s Progress for Men’s Gain? Gender-Specific Changes in the Return to Education as Measured by Family Standard of Living, 1990 to 2009–2011, reveals a fascinating phenomenon: as women’s income increases, their overall … Continue reading

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Twit Suggests Banning Sex Robots via Taxation

The Daily Mail’s article Sex Robot Tax: Government Could Kill Off Cyborgs with ‘10,000% Price Hike’ is so ludicrous, it requires comment, not the least of which is that sex robots are not cyborgs. Sex robot sales should be slapped … Continue reading

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Review of “The Hitman’s Bodyguard”

* * * * A The Hitman’s Bodyguard is funny, action packed, and has a couple of good romantic subplots. This was the funnest movie I’ve seen in a while. It was funnier that Guardian’s of the Galaxy 2, and … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Thomas: The Mystery of the Lion

Previous Post: How to Live The Gospel of Thomas is an apocryphal (non canonical) gospel containing sayings of Jesus. Being a sayings gospel, like the theoretical gospel of Q, the source of the sayings in the gospels of Matthew and … Continue reading

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Daily Mail’s Article Supporting Go Topless Day Censors Images

The UK’s Daily Mail has a new story called ‘War is obscene, not my nipples’: Women and men strip for 10th annual Go Topless Day Parade in New York City as they demand the desexualization of female breasts. Like the … Continue reading

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Why Hollywood Keeps Making Sequels to Rebooted Superhero Films

According to the Guardian, even superheroes may not be able to save Hollywood’s desperate summer. I’m beginning to think they helped cause it. When the ticket stubs for summer are totaled up, they will paint a bleak picture: takings are … Continue reading

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Skynet Pictures Coming Soon?

The Hollywood Reporter has a fanciful article up on How Artificial Intelligence Will Make Digital Humans Hollywood’s New Stars. With the poor performance of this summer’s crop of films, I can believe Hollywood would be willing to try. Script supervisors, … Continue reading

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