Ain't God good to Indiana? Folks, a feller never knows Just how close he is to Eden Till, sometime, he tips and goes Seekin' fairer, greener pastures Than he has here right at home, Where there's sunshine in the clover An' there's honey on the comb; Where th' ripples on the river Kind of chuckle as they flow— Ain't God good to Indiana? Ain't He fellers? Ain't He though? Despite such idyllic sentiments, with which all Hoosiers would agree, it soon will be time for Rick Mount to leave Lebanon, Ind. He is eager for the challenge for, though Rick Mount is a small-town Hoosier see cover , he is not Penrod. But the Penrods are gone, just like the small towns, all turned pseudosuburban. Penrod was not 6 feet 4 and pounds, neither was he given to alpaca sweaters and tight ankle-high white Levi's, nor to wing-tip shoes that you get at the "Red" Apple Shoe Store.
A bunch of classy sorority girls from Indiana University's Kappa Delta chapter carefully smudged dirt on their faces and fake-begged for food, money and prayers during a homeless -themed party this week. A few rungs lower, judging from these photos of blonde girls wearing cutoff shorts and plaid shirts with expertly-applied "dirt" smudges on their cheeks it's very middle school production of Oliver! The Indiana University student who sent us these photos gave us some background:. They're typically the target of a lot of shit from students. They get treated pretty badly. It's actually really sad—one of the places homeless people tend to hang out is right across from the most popular student bar in Bloomington, and on pretty much any given night, you can hear students loudly ridiculing the homeless population while they sip their drinks. Students will be out canning for money for their big national philanthropies, but when a homeless person asks for a quarter, they'll tell him or her to get a job. The greek system here does do a lot of philanthropic work, but homelessness, which is one of the biggest local problems we have, and a problem that the greek system has the opportunity to really help, is completely ignored.
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I had many extremely hurtful things said to me, along with an intervention hosted by my married-in-the-temple-and-divorced grandmother. How is that gonna work. There are some gems like admission to peep stone in a hat translation to the book of Mormon and angels with swords commanding polygamy, but if someone believes Joseph Smith really did stuff his face into a hat and translate scriptures about ancient jews coming to America, it means they are insane, and you can't reason with an insane person. She probably doesn't even realize how crazy that is. It was more about my own spirituality and our relationship in our marriage.