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- Maternal Cannibalism and Communion in the Novel and Film Life of Pi
- Why do the Cylons Hate Humanity (and Vancouver)? Spoiler Alert!
- Can You Trust a Government that Hides Numerous Policy Changes in Giant Unrelated Bills they Hope Nobody Reads?
- If Wilfred is just a dog, does that mean Ryan killed him? (Spoiler Alert)
- Another New Book Claims Jesus was Married
- Ang Lee
- Battlestar Galactica
- Brother Cavil
- Canadian Content
- Chief Tyrol
- Donnelly Rhodes
- Ellen Tigh
- Ex-gay Movement
- Life boat
- Life of Pi
- Richard Parker
- Yann Martel
Tag Archives: Television
Why do the Cylons Hate Humanity (and Vancouver)? Spoiler Alert!
“I’m a machine. I can know much more. I can experience so much more. But I’m trapped in this absurd body. And why? Because my five creators thought that God wanted it that way.” –John Cavil, Cylon Model #1. Listen! … Continue reading
If Wilfred is just a dog, does that mean Ryan killed him? (Spoiler Alert)
The 4-season American version of the darkly comedic show Wilfred has now been over for a couple of months. For those of you unfamiliar and unconcerned about having major plot points given away, Wilfred is an FX show about a … Continue reading
Posted in Popular Culture, Psychology, Religion Tagged Television, Trauma, Wilfred 1 Comment
A Political Poll in Canada Unexpectedly Provides Some Interesting Media, Religion and Psychology Data
While my primary academic interests revolve around media, religion and psychology I have always been a political junkie… or at least since I was a teenager. Being Canadian, I follow Canadian politics very closely and, I must admit, I am … Continue reading
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My Second Blog Post
Leoben Conoy (Callum Keith Rennie) is by far the most intriguing cylon. A cylon with faith who can see the future… If Jack Van Impe actually knew what he was talking about, he would be the Leoben of televangelists.
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My First Blog Post (SPOILER ALERT!!!)
As my first post I simply present to you the most heart-breaking image to have ever appeared in a television comedy that thinks religion and psychology together:
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