Month: June 2012
What a thing to celebrate, today the day of their ordination!!
Congratulations to both new priests, a father and a son!!
What a day to live in infamy.
The day religious freedom in America died.
TSA agent spills grandfather’s ashes on the floor, then laughs as grandson scrambles to gather them up | Mail Online
My opinion of TSA falls farther through the floor than it already was.
† Eternal rest grant to him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercies of God rest in peace. †
…. I didn’t realize living in former meth labs without being told by the state was a thing…..
“The ‘After-birth abortion: why should the baby live?’ paper argues that the act wouldn’t be classed as euthanasia because the best interest of the foetus or newborn being killed is not necessarily the primary reason his or her life is being terminated. The authors state that after-birth abortion should be made legal and it should be permitted on the same grounds as abortion. They added that it wouldn’t be the same as infanticide.”
Did we really sign our lives away when we clicked “Join”?
This is extremely upsetting.
You should be as outraged as I am.
“Few consumers have ever heard of Acxiom. But analysts say it has amassed the world’s largest commercial database on consumers — and that it wants to know much, much more. Its servers process more than 50 trillion data “transactions” a year. Company executives have said its database contains information about 500 million active consumers worldwide, with about 1,500 data points per person. That includes a majority of adults in the United States.”
“Privacy advocates say they are more troubled by data brokers’ ranking systems, which classify some people as high-value prospects, to be offered marketing deals and discounts regularly, while dismissing others as low-value — known in industry slang as “waste.” Exclusion from a vacation offer may not matter much, says Pam Dixon, the executive director of the World Privacy Forum, a nonprofit group in San Diego, but if marketing algorithms judge certain people as not worthy of receiving promotions for higher education or health services, they could have a serious impact. “Over time, that can really turn into a mountain of pathways not offered, not seen and not known about,” Ms. Dixon says.”