Mormons need to stop trying to claim non-Mormons as Mormons. Seriously, stop posthumously baptizing people, it’s disgusting. You have no right to baptize someone as Mormon just because you like what they did in life. You cannot claim someone like that against their will, even if they are dead and it doesn’t actually matter. You don’t hear of atheists de-baptizing Martin Luther King Jr. or maybe Nelson Mandela, do you? Just like a Christian burial service would be insulting to the memory of a deceased Muslim, baptizing someone into a church they were never a part of is also insulting to that memory.
Several members of my family have worked as waitresses, so the title of this piece, “How Waiters Read Your Table,” caught my attention. When out with a group of friends I often take on the roll of leader (see the end of the article). It’s kind of funny to think about.
Dementia in prisoners is a tough thing to deal with. I like the choice to have other inmates help care for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients, especially since it would seem that doing so has given prisoners without dementia a chance to feel “human” again.
I have sometimes wondered how doctors act in cases of terminal illnesses (and just illness in general). Apparently, “doctors die differently,” but that’s not surprising.
Not what I would call an unbiased source, but I don’t even care. No matter what source I hear about Santorum from, he always makes me “want to throw up.” Or maybe just lose my mind so I don’t have to consider the possibility of my country being led by him.