Earlier this week, I saw a commercial for Invisalign’s alternative to braces. I will say, after struggling through braces myself, there was something appealing to their product. I remember when Invisalign first came out – sometime after my metal braces were already installed – though I can’t say I recall their then advertisements. I don’t know the cost difference between traditional braces and Invisalign’s, but I know they are appealing to the social cost difference.
If you are a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA) or are familiar with that denomination, you likely have heard of the Matthew 25 initiative being pushed by all the major councils of the church. Using cleverly devised language and a thin veneer of orthodoxy, this initiative is nothing more than Marxist propaganda.
I don’t know how I came across it, but a few days ago I saw an advertisement for a new Disney/Pixar film called Luca. Normally, I don’t give these ads a second glance; but this one caught my attention. The image was of the two main characters, Luca and his friend Alberto, riding awfully close to one another on a Vespa. What initially jumped into my mind was, “is Disney making a homosexual main character?”