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Laughing Matters
by | Feb 3, 2023

Marie Kondo has always struck me as a psychopath. As I have never been a member of her team, I can enjoy her fall from grace. I know that a Christian should not rejoice in the misfortunes of others, but…

by | Jan 24, 2023

It’s a miracle, I’m alive. Let me read you a tweet that the Spanish newspaper El País posted last night: “LATEST: The Earth’s inner core has slowed down and data indicates that it will rotate in the opposite direction to…

by | Jan 21, 2023

I write these words with a gas heater stuck to my leg, not complying with any of the recommendations on the manufacturer’s safety sticker, which tells me to place the heating device in New York and sit down to bask…

by | Jan 18, 2023

These days, world leaders are meeting in Davos. I have been able to listen to the first speeches, and I was moved by Liu He’s. The vice premier of China mentioned on 11 occasions that it is very important to…

by | Jan 13, 2023

I was born in 1981. I don’t remember much, but I think it was Monday because the gynecologist had dark circles under his eyes. We used to play soccer in the street, we hated going to school, and we would…

by | Jan 10, 2023

The future has been written by a video game. The United States will win a war against China, but only after the countries bleed each other dry, following an attempt by China to invade Taiwan. The Center for Strategic and…

by | Jan 6, 2023

Freedom is like a bad girlfriend. You don’t know her for real until she leaves you. We can go on believing that we are free, that we live in free societies, that we have the right to exercise our freedom,…

by | Dec 30, 2022

A strange tingling sensation overcomes the bachelor. From his feet to the tip of his cellphone. New Year’s Eve is approaching and he must seduce. Whatever it takes. Everyone seems to have a girlfriend for these Christmas evenings with popcorn…

by | Dec 27, 2022

If I’m to be entirely honest, 2022 wasn’t that bad really. But I can assure you that, given the choice, I wouldn’t pay the entrance fee again. The last year that was worth it passed years ago. Maybe 1984, when…

by | Dec 20, 2022

Don’t even think of mentioning Ukraine. Not Ukraine, not Russia, not anything like that. If you want your family to pray for peace in Ukraine, I suggest you say something like: “Let’s say a prayer for those places in the…

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