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John Evdemon

Monday, March 22, 2021

2 min read


Broken-Vow-672x372.jpgI like to start off my day by reading the Bible. This morning I ran across a well-known verse that many people use for their wedding vows, including myself. Corinthians 13:4 is the well-known verse defining love as being patient and kind, never giving up, and enduring through every circumstance. This is why many people use these verses as their wedding vows. I never stopped loving my ex, even when she told me she wanted a divorce. My feelings for her have since changed and while I no longer feel the deep love for her that I used to, she'll always have a special place in my heart as the mother of my children and for the 30 years that we spent together.

If your vows are disposable they are not actual vows, they are simple words that have no meaning.

The joy of apartment living

Switching to Xfinity after being fed up with the constant outages from CenturyLink

First time offender

I'm in Facebook jail after having a harmless discussion with one of my friends about the concept of "rape culture". Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are policing and censoring user-generated content.  This means they should be considered publishers instead of platforms and should be held liable for user-created content and any removal of such content. They can't continue to claim that Section 230 immunity is required to protect free speech while censoring content they find objectionable. Such censorship is going to eventually erode their own user basis since more open platforms are already available. This is almost like the CompuServe and AOL issue happening all over again. Walled Gardens are not the internet and shouldn't be treated as such.