“Fathers have been online and blogging in large numbers for as long as blogs have existed. Many of us remember a time just a short while ago when we were all just bloggers. We didn't identify as dad or mom bloggers, we we just bloggers.
The reality is that fathers have been heavily involved in parenting for far longer than we are given credit for and in much larger numbers.
Yet we find far too often comments that suggest it is so cute to see us parenting. I find it especially humorous to hear these comments from the new moms at the park. Some of us were learning how to change diapers while they and their girlfriends were still out trolling the bars for boy friends.
Got to run now because this dad is making dinner for the family.”
May 10, 2011 at 15:00:20
“The world is not safer with Osama Bin Laden's violent demise That is debatable. He was an active participant in trying to commit more violent acts of terror. His removal means that there is one less terrorist to deal with.
I haven't any issue with a celebration of his death nor do I see it as being undignified to have sung our National Anthem or shouted USA. It provided a collective sigh of relief and some closure.
We are safer because there are people who are willing to risk their own lives to protect ours. The world has never been peaceful nor will it ever be. We are faced with the reality that some people will use force to try and acquire things that do not belong to them.”
“It is not intolerance to point out reality. J for J members are confused, cultists who try to ensnare others by using misinformation and trickery to convince them that this is legit. There is nothing wrong with being intolerant of certain things.
You wouldn't suggest that it is ok to be tolerant of a religion that believes in pedophilia or child sacrifice.I am not suggesting that J for J does that, but the point is relevant to your comment. People can call themselves whatever they want, but it doesn't mean that we have to accept it as being ok.”