I assume that you are familiar with the Chris Brown/Rihanna saga that has unfolded over the last 7 months or so?
It almost seems as though the studious side of college is just a bothersome requirement that is getting in the way of elevated blood alcohol and "I'm not sure what happened last night" experiences.
My boyfriend/girlfriend? My clothes? My sweet ride? My iPod? Taco Bell? Sports? Theater?
This song is also a very clear reminder that even though we'd like to think we have a long time to live here on earth, the fact is, no one really knows
I believe we are hard-wired to be a 'soldier' in the sense of anyone fighting for something worth, well, fighting for.
Pop quiz: do the names Kayla and Jason, Brandon and Jeanine, and Melissa and Ade ring a bell?
Does anyone find it just a little bit odd and humorously ironic that the show about the negative consequences on unwed and unwanted pregnancies is aired on MTV???
Has it really been 8 years since many if not most of you sat in a theater and watched Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone?
You're a slave. Did you know that? No, not in a physical sense
I'll admit, even as a grown man mind you, that I think the Transformers movies are pretty cool.
What is it that makes us want to fly away and experience a radical change from our oftentimes ho hum, black and white monotone existence?
I've heard a proposed reality show idea starring none other than Octomom. But the one that takes the whole enchilada has got to be 18 Kids and Counting.
Do you ever feel like Dr. Rick Marshall? You know, the poor guy that Will Ferrell plays in the movie Land of the Lost.
So are you ready for "The Climb"? Apparently Miley Cyrus is, because obviously she has picked up that our time here on earth is much more than just a vanity fair.
I realize Star Trek is fantasy, but the inspiration for us in the real world is to burst free from the cultural gravitational pull that tells us to settle and set our sights low for life.
Just when you thought you were safe from creepy crazed albino priest assassins from the Da Vinci Code...along comes the second installment of top level conspiracies
When I think about this whole Susan Boyle juggernaut, one word keeps coming to mind - Judgment
One thing is for sure...there is no way I could be a mentalist. You know, guys like Patrick Jane who have the perfect hairstyle and can pull off cool mind reader stuff by pure powers of observation.
Do you ever wish you could go back in time? Where would you go? What would you do?
I'll admit that from a logical and scientific angle it seems impossible for someone to come back from the grave...but there is one more perspective I'd like you to consider, and that is a historical one.
Shout out to all you "Lostaways" out there, because it seems like the hit show Lost is slowly taking over the planet as fast as a monster and a group of "others" could storm across a tropical island.
And don't we sometimes feel like Bolt? How we desperately long to have spiritual superpowers that could free our friends and change their lives forever.
The plot for "Knowing" is also the truth about the Bible. Literally hundreds of extremely specific prophecies are right there on the pages of Scripture
Christians in the world are a little like Dwight! No, not in the 'looney tune legend in his own mind' sort of way - rather that Dwight takes teasing, insults and general social rejection and sticks with who God made him to be.
Things do fall apart, and it is OK to find God on a corner and ask where He was. But the key to remember is that there is a difference between asking and blaming.