My most recent debate brought out a lot of anonymous trolls in support of the Church Maleficent campaign against traditional Catholics. One of them claimed to be a Marine, as if this was somehow a proof of the veracity of his position. I challenged him to prove it, which he couldn’t, but in the spirit of transparency I’m posting my own DD-214 here.
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I interview my Mom and Dad about their experience with the virus, including their initial symptoms and the difference in the progression of their illness, their treatment at the hospital, the effect of prayers while they were in the hospital, the side effects of the anti-malarial drug and their thoughts about the economic shutdown.
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“Local homeschool mom Cindy Breyers has a morning routine: get up at 6, read Proverbs 31, read fourteen other chapters of the Bible, make coffee, and finally, go out for a quick morning jog with her 18-seat jogging stroller.
The wife cheerily gets all the kids ready, loads them all into the custom stroller, and goes on a quick 5-mile run around a nearby lake.
“It’s important to spend a little 1-on-18 time with the kids as you go about your day,” she said as she picked up the pace up a steep incline, reporters struggling to keep up with her. “Josiah! Let’s remember to share some Goldfish with your twin brother, OK, pumpkin?”
You know this is not real because she doesn’t have one of those ankle-length skirts on. #BeeFail
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“Children or teens who are “revved up” and prone to rages or—alternatively—who are depressed and apathetic have become disturbingly commonplace. Chronically irritable children are often in a state of abnormally high arousal, and may seem “wired and tired.” That is, they’re agitated but exhausted. Because chronically high arousal levels impact memory and the ability to relate, these kids are also likely to struggle academically and socially.
At some point, a child with these symptoms may be given a mental-health diagnosis such as major depression, bipolar disorder, or ADHD, and offered corresponding treatments, including therapy and medication. But often these treatments don’t work very well, and the downward spiral continues.”
I once saw a dad take his kid to the back of the church and give him a tablet and then return to his pew alone, confusing the problem with the solution.
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