Monthly Archives: June 2012

“Mrs. Doubtfire” Re-Mixed… and the Scary Side of Telling a Story

Was introduced to a host of “re-make movie trailers” on Youtube the other day. They are the product of what we might call “video photoshopping.” Take a regular movie (say, Mary Poppins, Cinderella, Willie Wonka), excerpt the “right” scenes, string … Continue reading

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The Blessed AND

Built to Last is based on the research findings of business consultant/commentator Jim Collins as he asked the question, “Why are some companies able to achieve and sustain success through multiple generations of leaders, across decades, and even centuries?” Among … Continue reading

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Toxic Christianity/Church

By now, I suspect we have all heard about Rev. Fred Phelps and his Westboro Baptist Church (in Topeka, Kansas). Yes, they’re the ones protesting at the funeral of U.S soldiers: not bemoaning the loss of life (or protesting war), … Continue reading

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