The Church and the Scandal of Sexual Abuse, by Pope Emeritus Benedict
Pierre Bear, by Patricia Scarry – have to watch for this one.
For better or for worse (for worse, in my opinion), the local jurisdictions around here have all started pilot programs for various forms of “dockless” mobility device sharing–bikes (some e-bikes) and e-scooters. The dockless bicycle program seems to be much less popular than the e-scooters, at least based on the numbers I’ve seen. Unlike the […]
The sentiment seems to be: “Globalization enriches us all. If it’s not enriching you, well, you aren’t really one of us.”
Just knowing there are words for sins can be helpful. There’s rash judgement, detraction, and calumny. There’s also flattery, adulation, and complaisance.
Well, okay, but they didn’t know it was unsafe before, until a bunch of people got food poisoning. That seems to keep happening every few months. Have things changed so it’s not likely to happen again, or is the strategy to do nothing different, wait for people to get sick, and then have another recall?
“The protesters are wearing neon yellow vests that all French drivers are supposed to have in their cars.
“A law that took effect in 2008 requires a ‘high-visibility upper-body garment’ to be within reach inside the passenger compartment in case the driver has to get out of the immobilized vehicle.” — The Yellow Vests: Who they are and why their tax protest is a big deal