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Am I the Only One Who Can’t Do the Rubik’s Cube?

By: Sam Chan

I finally taught myself how to do the Rubik’s Cube by learning the algorithms. But I keep forgetting the algorithms. So I still need my children to solve it for me. Read more

“You Must Squeegee the Shower” – and Other Useless Rules

By: Sam Chan

In my house we have this rule: Last Person to Shower Must Squeegee the Shower. Read more

What Covid Taught Me About the Embarrassing Parts in the Bible

By: Sam Chan

I like to use the Bible in One Year reading program. It’s an easy way to read the whole bible in one year. Read more

Baby Shark – One Person’s Harmless Ditty is Another Person’s Instrument of Torture

By: Sam Chan

Baby Shark – doo doo doo doo doo doo – has become the most watched YouTube video with over 7 billion views. Read more

Tiger King: Are We Much Different From Joe Exotic?

By: Sam Chan

While, in isolation, plenty of people binged Netflix’s crime documentary, “Tiger King” (2020). Read more

Negative Response to a Viral Celebrity Cover of John’s Lennon’s ‘Imagine’, Highlights Our Desire to Be Truly Understood

By: Sam Chan

Recently, Gal Gadot and her celebrity friends got together to sing a cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” It was a well-intentioned gesture to do something nice. Something to help us get through the COVID-19 crisis. Read more

Taylor Swift’s Pop Civil War Shows Why We Need a God

By: Sam Chan

Just in time for the USA summer holidays (and her pre-album Lover launch), we have Taylor Swift vs. Scooter Braun in the Pop Civil War of 2019.
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Babe. What a Pig Taught Me about the Secret to Success

By: Sam Chan

The movie Babe (1995) will soon turn 25. I can’t believe it’s gone so quickly. What a story. Babe is a pig. But Babe wants to be a sheepdog. And who are we to stop him? Read more

You Hate to See It. But You Don’t!

By: Sam Chan

You Hate to See It. The phrase “You hate to see it” is now a thing. A meme. Its usage has skyrocketed in the last few months. The Google Trends graph (see above) is basically an upward vertically straight line. Read more