Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Disappointment of Thanos

After watching the film “Avengers: Infinity War” I was disappointed. Not by the action, of course.  That was spectacular. And not by the acting.  Even the CGI tears were moving. So what was it?  Thanos was disappointing. Sure, he was … Continue reading

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Fair Questions: Why should men be chivalrous to women?

Recently, I opened the door for door for a nice lady who appeared to be from the Baby Boomer generation, and she exclaimed in apparent shock, “Chivalry is not dead!” Either she has missed a lot of the articles authoriatively … Continue reading

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Fair Questions: Why am I sympathetic to people who self-identify as non-binary?

One of the exercises I find quite valuable is taking someone else’s perspective with the assumption that they are basically rational.  None of us are perfectly rational, but most of us do make an effort to live in accord with … Continue reading

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