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Is it Too Late Now to Say Sorry (I’m Not Sorry)?

The thing about El Taco Veloz, one of the most kickass taco places in Denver and probably the world, is, they have a not so kickass restroom setup. It’s not as bad as the one in my favorite Starbucks around the corner from my apartment. The one that has the automatic light that seems to always turn off right in the middle of doing your thing. Or automatic flusher that has a mind of its own. Or the automatic sink that makes you perform a song and dance number in order for it to work. (Note to all establishments: automatic is not always the best way. Just Saying.) El Taco Veloz only has one toilet for both men and women, which is kind of a major drawback. And apparently, a very unreliable lock.

Man’s Obsession with Playing God

Originally posted on A Mindful Millennial:
“For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” Genesis 3:5 Since the moment of temptation in the Garden of Eden, man has inherently desired to be like God. It has become extremely obvious now more than ever. This past week, the California legislature approved of an assisted-suicide bill. It is now waiting to be signed by the governor. If Gov. Brown signs it, patients will be able to take a pill to end their lives. Last year, assisted suicide became a hot topic when Brittany Maynard went public with her decision to end her life through assisted suicide at 29 years old.  Another woman who was terminally ill with cancer, Kara Tippetts, wrote this response to Brittany.  As you likely know, Brittany went through with her decision on November 1st. Kara died on March 22nd, five months after writing her open letter to Brittany. In her response, Kara wrote, “The doctor that prescribed you that…