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Amanda Bullock / October 01,2022

How To Avoid Bad Digital Marketing Agencies

Amanda Bullock / September 30,2022

Ask Amy: Readers blast Amy’s mushroom advice as ‘atrocious’ and potentially deadly

Ask Amy: Readers blast Amy’s mushroom advice as ‘atrocious’ and potentially deadly

Ask Amy: Readers blast Amy’s mushroom advice as ‘atrocious’ and potentially deadly

Dear Readers: I have heard from scores of readers extremely concerned about my response to “Avoiding Amanita,” a man who spends a few days each month with a group of buddies in a cabin in the woods.

To recap: “Avoiding” described himself as someone schooled in biology with expertise regarding the danger of eating foraged mushrooms.

His concern had to do with the fact that his friends had found mushrooms in the woods and had included these mushrooms in a spaghetti sauce without informing him. Unlike Avoiding, these men were not mushroom experts, and the next day they admitted their ignorance about the mushrooms they had picked.

Amanda Bullock / September 27,2022

The Complexity of the Tongue

Amanda Bullock / September 24,2022

Why can some cleaning methods result in a crunched carpet Dublin

 

Why can some cleaning methods result in a crunched carpet?

This is due to a number of factors. A crunchy carpet can be caused by using too much detergent or soap, not using enough water, or having a defective vacuum. It’s time to throw out the soiled sponge and the pricey shampoo! Follow these steps to make your carpet seem like new again. Here are a few more reasons why you might have a crunchy carpet.

Using an excessive amount of soap
It’s no surprise that a crumbly carpet indicates that too much soap was used during washing. After cleaning a carpet, the soap particles that remain produce a sticky coating that collects dirt and makes it appear dirty again. To make matters worse, the soap dulls the appearance of your carpet. As a result, to avoid a crunchier carpet, lower the amount of soap used.

Amanda Bullock / September 22,2022

Evangelization, yes — but with what message and by what means?

Evangelization, yes — but with what message and by what means?

Evangelization, yes — but with what message and by what means?

At the “information meeting” of the College of Cardinals this past Aug. 29-30, there was considerable agreement that evangelization is Catholicism’s prime imperative for the 21st century — a consensus understandably gratifying to the author of a 2013 book with the then-provocative title, Evangelical Catholicism. Within that consensus, however, serious questions remain to be resolved. Surveying the world Catholic scene today, and considering the past decade of ecclesiastical air turbulence, there are four “what” questions and one “when” question to be settled, if the consensus on the necessity of evangelization is to be fruitful in drawing others to, or back to, Christ.

Amanda Bullock / April 09,2022

FTFNYT Open Thread: Once Again, Dean Baquet Steps On His Own… Message

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet has issued a Twitter "reset" for the newsroom, urging reporters to "meaningfully reduce" their twitter time and reminding them that tweets and subtweets attacking or undermining their colleagues are not allowed https://t.co/kM0OldIVxS
— Steven Perlberg (@perlberg) April 7, 2022

When An Individual of Merit has built themselves a (very *nice*, in every sense of the word) career out of assiduous resume-polishing, it is perhaps understandable that they resent underbred upstarts ginning up ‘a following’ by sharing ‘snark’ on some random techno-toy pleased to call itself ‘a media’.
Up with such tomfoolery, The Dean Baquet will not put!

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