Check out this preview for “The Drop Box” – a documentary about a man in Korea who is my new hero.
A random video of Ben laughing at 5 months old. Guaranteed* to make your day better.
*not really, but come on…
There’s been a lot of talk about modern-day slavery – or “human trafficking” – lately.
The awesome folks over at Passion have put a lot of time and effort into raising awareness and helping point to resources like EndItMovement.com
When I read that right now – right this minute – there are 27 MILLION slaves in the world… well, my brain just kind of retreats at the thought.
Considering my mortgage and the fact that I have three kids under 5 years old – my net worth is basically zero dollars. Am I just going to drop everything and fly to Thailand and go Jack Bauer in a brothel?
And then I visit a website like www.slaveryfootprint.org, which tells me that based on the size of my house and household and the age of my children and the items I own and the things that I typically eat and buy – based on my fairly “normal” “American” lifestyle…
There are about 100 slaves who contributed to my day-to-day life…
Seriously: does anything make you as happy as trains apparently make this guy? Why the heck not?
I know this is an unwinnable conversation.
Discussing homosexuality is like talking to a momma about her newborn baby: it could be a squirrel with a pacifier, but you’re a monster if you call it anything but beautiful.
The ‘tolerance’ emperor is naked, but anybody who points that out is being ‘intolerant’, so it’s an impossible discussion.
Millions of people will fill their cars with gasoline purchased from dictators who oppress their people and murder homosexuals and drive to the ‘kiss-in’ later this week to protest HOW a man chooses to be generous.
The hypocrisy of it is almost funny.