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  1. heligmyer commented on Dick Tracy 13 days ago

    Interesting how “…and a foamer.” is in quotes.

  2. heligmyer commented on Endtown 18 days ago

    Okay, I did NOT expect that.

  3. heligmyer commented on Ben 18 days ago

    That’s one my kids haven’t tried yet.

  4. heligmyer commented on Committed 19 days ago

    I would think the worst would be: “I forgot to boil SOME of the eggs!”

  5. heligmyer commented on Ben 28 days ago

    Just shave. It’s not that hard.

  6. heligmyer commented on Beardo 28 days ago

    But “Says the guy who[m] I’ve SEEN shock himself TWICE” would have been too vague in the context of being careful of mold in the basement. There would have had to be other words making clear he was electrically shocked. The medium requires a concise dialog to fit within the small format. “Electrocute” fits the requirements here.

    That “who” instead of “whom”, however…sigh.

  7. heligmyer commented on Skin Horse about 1 month ago

    Thanks for that. I was completely at sea.

  8. heligmyer commented on PreTeena about 1 month ago

    I loved Midnight Mass, myself. When I was a kid the church was packed. When we got home after Mass was when we would open our presents to each other. Sadly, I only see a half-full church at MM these days. Maybe it just looks different from where I am in the choir loft.

  9. heligmyer commented on Bloom County about 1 month ago

    I should point out here that the idea of the “primordial atom” was put forth by Msgr. Georges LeMaitre, a Catholic priest. It was called in ridicule the “big bang” theory by other physicists who favored the idea of an eternal universe with no beginning and no end. Msgr. LeMaitre was vinidicated as evidence kept mounting up to support the idea that the universe was expanding in all directions, and therefore had to have an origin point.

    There is nothing inherently anti-Christian to be found in science. The Church has long supported scientific research to learn more about God’s creation, and she continues to do so with institutions like the Vatican Observatory.

  10. heligmyer commented on Bloom County about 1 month ago

    God is. That’s it. God is. Our time-constrained minds can’t wrap around the idea of the endless now that is eternity. God exists, outside of time, space, matter and energy. No beginning, no end.