From both aesthetic and tradition points of view, I do not care for the sleeve adverts on MLB uniforms.

I firmly blame soccer.

Always a good time to roll out this classic:

Tom Cruise may very well be the last great Hollywood star.

Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning is incredibly entertaining. Even though you know the tropes, and can see the plot points coming, they still affect you when they come.

The band Behold the Beloved may have single-handedly redeemed the song “Oceans,” for me. It has been on my “Banned If I Were in Charge of Worship Music” list for many years. Doesn’t hurt they use a slice of Aaron Shust’s “My Savior My God” in it.

On the latest episode of The Empowered Parent Podcast, we’re talking about fear responses, and how they drive behavior. (Ours, as well as our kids’.)
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I get the sense, going through the Prime Day Kindle deals, that there is a certain segment of romance novel totally about the woman fixing the broken (from war, trauma, etc.) man.

If you’re nostalgic for the way Twitter used to be, give the Old Twitter extension a whirl. I’ve got it running in Brave and my unGoogled Chromium installation. They have one for Firefox, too. Simple and not annoying.

My thanks to whomever originally posted that link; I don’t recall where I saw it.

When parody accurately describes reality.

With today’s big Threads launch, this latest post by CJ Chilvers seems highly relevant:

“5 actors who should be the next Indiana Jones”

No one. That’s who. The character went out perfectly in Last Crusade. He should’ve stayed gone.

I’m not linking to the clickbait article, but it’s on Digital Trends if you want to search for it with the above headline.