In This Issue
God and the Problem of Suffering in Paul Verhoeven’s Robocop
The arc of Robocop’s emotional development correlates directly to the suffering he bears. (Do I have to bring up the Jesus thing again?)
The pointlessness of religious wars hovers right up there alongside “trickle down” economics, the drug war, and the utterly inexplicable persistence of Cathy Lee Gifford’s career.
Ever as the day comes / night goes down. / Did you ever read / the words I left before I left.
I’ll give anybody $50 to oust that dupe who’s currently occupying the White House and I’ve got a baby on the way.
This is a story about the morning of the seventh day of creation told by the Georgians.
The Pope and The King duke it out, Halloween 2003.
At your lowest, Corey Feldman / you still had a father and did / not want much to die for.
I’ve been fascinated by religion lately. I’m not sure where this fascination came from, because I wasn’t really raised to be religious.
In the eyes of consumers and critics, it’s the quality of these wines on which Argentina and Chile are making new names for themselves.
While this sophomoric advertisement begs to be ridiculed, in no way do I mean to slander a place where folks can go and participate in the beautiful act of making music together.
From the Publisher
Our freedoms were won not only by the blood of soldiers but also by the blood, sweat, and tears of millions of everyday Americans who passed before us.
Surfers and the rest of us who love the world’s oceans and beaches must work to get the word out: Without our Mother Ocean there would be no life on this planet.
In attempting to describe to other people his experiences with the place/society/state of mind that had come to be called “Big Fun,” The Gus found himself tripped up by language.