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Zach, Timmy, Jordan, Amanda and I were at a senior event after school. There were bouncy houses set up alongside buckets of apple juice, and a game of Twister was commencing under the bleachers. Shout out to the real ones.
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Nothing bad is gonna happen to Bret Stephens for this, of course. This is a country where poor Brett Kavanaugh, vociferously defended by his companion in Bret-itudecan get credibly accused of sexual assault and still ascend to the Supreme Court—and cement gerrymandering as eternal law after he arrives there—by squirting out a few in front of the Senate and telling everyone he enjoys beer. That joint employs some genuinely excellent take havers, such as Charles Blow.
Musicals and Mormons. As a longtime fan of musicals and as a longtime student of Mormons, logic says I should have loved The Book of Mormon musical. What had I just seen?
I looked out into the darkness and wiped the tears from my face. I took a long, harsh drag of my cigarette to steel my nerves. Then I folded my hands carefully and bowed my head.
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T he Book of Mormoncurrently playing at the Paramount Theatre, is about two naive, fresh-faced missionaries sent to a village in Uganda that is being terrorized by a local warlord. Last time it was in town, a local theater artist named Jake, who had some traumatic childhood experiences with Mormonism, went to see the show and had a profound, joyful experience watching a highly intelligent takedown of the church that somehow didn't dehumanize or mock the goodness and decency of individual believers. The tension between the cruelty of the institution and the kindness of its members is a frequent theme in discussions of Mormonism. In a series of interviews, Jake told me what it was like to watch The Book of Mormon.