Dr OD’s first Scambait Adventure

Scambaiting is not something everyone wants to do; nor is it something everyone wants to watch.  But I feel a responsibility to spend time with these criminals so that they can’t instead be stealing from others.

This is the video of my first adventure into the world of hampering a criminal. Continue reading “Dr OD’s first Scambait Adventure”

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Patrick: A Prophet for Global Justice

On St Patrick’s Day, let’s acknowledge him as an activist, who reportedly spoke out against slavery and oppression and other injustices.

The following was first published at DailyTheology.com:

 

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stpatrick St. Patrick window at St. Benin’s Church, Ireland.

In search of St. Patrick
St. Patrick is one of a handful of Christian saints, along with Mary, Valentine and Francis, that is celebrated in popular culture. His feast day is commemorated with supermarket meat sales, green rivers, green beer, and (my favorite) paradesBut who was the real St. Patrick?

Most people know that the missionary Patrick (Patricius or Pádraig) helped to bring Christianity to Ireland in the 5th Century. Some may remember how his first visit to the island was as a slave. Sadly, only a few may remember Patrick’s opposition to structural injustice and his prophetic defense of victims of violence and human trafficking. As with so many of our saints, Patrick’s radical application of the Gospel has been domesticated and stripped of its challenging message. Rather than witnessing to the prophetic and loving call of the…

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#NeverAgain has already affected the debate. Last week, Oregon lawmakers tightened up some gun restrictions, while Florida lawmakers are hammering out a deal to impose a higher age limit and a longer waiting period for purchasing semiautomatic rifles like the one used at Stoneman Douglas.

Just as notably, public outrage is prompting a smattering of corporations to rethink their ties to the NRA.” – Michelle Cottle, The Atlantic

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‘I Just Want It to Be How It Was.’ Florida Shooting Survivors Describe Their First Day Back at School, by Melissa Chan, TIME (US Crime).

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