Men’s Vogue dead

Picture of Daniel Craig on cover of Men VogueWhen I reviewed Men’s Vogue, I said that I was not going to subscribe it, despite the fact that we do subscribe to Vogue. Turns out I was not the only one with those doubts. The magazine, for all practical purposes, is now dead, with just two issues a year. They are victims of the same forces that motivated Christian Science Monitor to become an online only publication. I think we are reaching a point of no return with regards to digital media and those that refuse to change, may see the same fate as Men’s Vogue.

God save the economy

Picture of Evangelicals praying on Wall Street bull
I am one of those people who believe that Jesus Christ should not be bothered to fix the economic problems of our own making.

That does not stop crazies to do stupid things like worshiping a statue of a bull on Wall Street (I am no religious expert but little that I know about Christianity tells me that idol worship is not allowed) to “…ask God to begin a shift from the bull and bear markets to what we feel will be the ‘Lion’s Market,’ or God’s control over the economic systems,” according to some crazy woman called Cindy Jacobs. Apparently God spoke to her and told her “Cindy, the strongman over America doesn’t live in Washington, DC – the strongman lives in New York City! Call My people to pray for the economy.”

Of course, we now also know why the markets crashed. No it was not due to credit default swaps or the sub prime mortgage crisis. According to Cindy Jacobs, “…we are facing judgment from the actions, not only for our stance towards Israel, but our blatant sin against Him in passing laws such as the one allowing homosexual marriages.” So instead of blaming the unscrupulous bankers we can now put the blame on the judges in Massachusetts, California, and Connecticut.