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  • The Quiet Faith of Hank Hill

    “King of the Hill”, which ran from 1997 through 2010, is remembered for a number of things: propane and propane accessories; the fictional but somehow seemingly real Texas city of Arlen; just how “not right” Hank felt his son Bobby was; Peggy’s feet, Cotton’s shins, and Hank’s behind; and how refreshing a cool Alamo was, preferably sipped while standing in the back alley with a group friends and saying “yup” or “I’ll tell you what” as a sign of mutual satisfaction with life.
    One thing that has long stood out to me, however, is Hank’s inherent and strong Christian faith.

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    Some Sunday Stuff: September 29th.

    Look, we’re obviously so busy and laser-focused on work and stuff. So busy we had to pose for a timed selfie, of course. How did I get here? I don’t mean here-here…

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    Come Clean: 90s Music Videos Had Me Wanting to Go to a Carnival. Or the Shore.

    Jordon Knight gave it to us back in ’99- the baggy cargos, the long sleeve turtle kneck sweater, the racially-mixed back up dancers. Seriously, besides a love of belly shirts, glittery eye…