Now You See Him Now You Don't

So, what’s my excuse this time?

I mean, two weeks ago I promised that June would be Atheists Questions of Doom month here at The B-Movie Catechism, and then nothing, I just up and disappear. What’s the deal?

Well, without going into too much detail, we’ve been having a rough time lately with our Aspergers child. Some of you with special needs kids out there know how it is. You go from a pretty good winter (six amazing weeks in a row where the whole family got to sit through an entire mass together) to a crash and burn spring (your son is excused from attending school indefinitely until you find a way to stop him from exploding into violent fits of rage). So most days this past month have been spent dealing with teachers, doctors, and therapists, while most nights have been taken up with finishing the work I couldn’t get to during the day. It happens. You say your prayers and deal with it.

But now I think I can get back to blogging. And with all the heavy happenings that have been going on in real life, you can bet I haven’t been spending my evenings watching There Will Be Blood or some similar soul crushing experience. Oh no. My nights have been filled with the most ridiculous cinematic train wrecks ever committed to celluloid. And I’m going to share them with you all real soon. Stay tuned.



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  • There Will Be Blood was overrated.  Other than another excuse for Daniel Day Lewis to act like a lunatic, and spawning this video, there really was no point in watching it.

    Sorry to hear about your family troubles.  I’ll keep you in my prayers.

  • David

    Thanks. The family thing is just business as usual, but it does cramp blogging on occasion. I’ll take those prayers though, can’t get enough of that. (I drink them right up?)