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Friday, June 02, 2017

Post-prandial palaver



And the hilarious bit is, the John Birchers were right!

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Once again it comes down not to can I, but should I?
(I'm going to let you guess.)

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The biggest result of withdrawing from the Paris Accords will be that we won't subsidise China, India, and other signatories for doing nothing.

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Penguins are melting, so that they look like black-and-white cookies with beaks.

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Saw a bit of David Jeremiah shilling posthumously for Tim LaHaye and the "Left Behind" series.
This paragon of biblical scholarship spent the time preaching about "The Rapture", a doctrine that did not exist until the 1800s. If Paul nor Peter nor John did not write of it (much less Jesus preaching about it) it is...suspect.
They DID teach of the Resurrection just prior to the day of judgment. I'll bank on THAT one.

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“There are three intolerable things in life—cold coffee, lukewarm champagne, and overexcited women." -- Orson Welles


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I suspect that people might have happier lives if they did not hope for or expect the worst for others.


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I mourn the loss of restaurants-gone-by. Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour Restaurants. Howard Johnson's. Shakey's Pizza (One exists in Auburn, AL).
The original Charcoal Grill in Dillon, SC. DeEtte's Kitchen in Dillon.
I HUNGER!

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Drove by a restaurant in Cary, NC this weekend, hight "Greek Fiesta".
The name is what's off-putting. It sounds like Greek-Mexican fusion. I hate fusion.
I am a food segregationist.


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From a year ago. The feelz, they are the same.
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I miss old Superman. Comics Code Superman. The bank robbers dump Jimmy Olson down a well, and the signal watch goes zee-zee-zee Superman.
Funny book Superman, the ones I read as a kid. Escapist fare, not gritty in-your-face mean streets of Metropolis Superman. Multi-colored Kryptonite Superman. Bizarro, Mister Myxzptlk, and Kandor-in-a-can Superman.
Pre-retconning Superman. Lois Lane, Perry White, newspaper biz Superman. "Really, glasses are your disguise?" Superman.
I miss fun Superman.

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Done with every group complaining about how bad it all is, and how "X" must be done to placate them.
I wanna know when MY group is gonna be addressed seriously, and no longer be made fun of!

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Have a lovely weekend!



Saturday, May 06, 2017

Tantalising tidbits of taco



The DD has been binge-watching thesurvivalgardener.com
David the Good is...good.
(He is also the producer of our adverts of awesomeness!)

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Insanity:
Going to a Mexican restaurant on Cinco de Mayo.


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Cinco de Mayo: the day when American virtue-signalers and Mexicans go to Mexican restaurants to celebrate taco diversity, and all sane people go for pizza.

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See, the original idea was that the several states were EXACTLY that, (rather like Europe used to be). The Governors appointed ambassadors to represent the states in D.C. These ambassadors were called "senators", and represented their state and its interests to the FedGov just as the ambassador of a sovereign nation would.
This was changed by having the PEE-pul elect the Senate, turning it from an Embassy of the states into a fell Super-House-of-Representatives.
IKEA lovers...what happens when you ignore the instructions.

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It's May 5th.
Who wants Chinese?

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Not an immense fan of Natural News, but this puts it as plainly (though polemically) as it could be. “What portion do we have in David? We have no inheritance in the son of Jesse. To your tents, O Israel!"

http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-05-02-1-trillion-budget-america-swamptopian-future-beyond-reform-reason.html


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I guess we will all have to buy snow shovels to dig through the corpses at the door.
Me, I'm renting a Bobcat.

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Saw an odd pilot/TV Movie.
"Star Command". Not bad. Done for UPN.
Has a "Boy, we wish we were Babylon 5!" vibe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZdblxn9tjA&t=305s

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The Dread Dormomoo and I watched the first half of "The Ten Commandments" (1956) last night.
We are amazed that there was any scenery left, it was so thoroughly chewed. Every line from Charlton Heston sounded as though carven in stone. And the pseudo-scripture writing...
"The light of eternal mind.". Had no idea Moses was a Theosophist.

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So tired of the trendy, real George use of the word "optics".

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Saddest TV moment:
Kenny crying when Cartman has eaten all the KFC skin.

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Billions and billions...?

From G.K.Chesterton's "Orthodoxy":
"But modern thought also hit my second human tradition. It went against the fairy feeling about strict limits and conditions. The one thing it loved to talk about was expansion and largeness. Herbert Spencer would have been greatly annoyed if any one had called him an imperialist, and therefore it is highly regrettable that nobody did. But he was an imperialist of the lowest type. He popularized this contemptible notion that the size of the solar system ought to over-awe the spiritual dogma of man. Why should a man surrender his dignity to the solar system any more than to a whale? If mere size proves that man is not the image of God, then a whale may be the image of God; a somewhat formless image; what one might call an impressionist portrait. It is quite futile to argue that man is small compared to the cosmos; for man was always small compared to the nearest tree. But Herbert Spencer, in his headlong imperialism, would insist that we had in some way been conquered and annexed by the astronomical universe. He spoke about men and their ideals exactly as the most insolent Unionist talks about the Irish and their ideals. He turned mankind into a small nationality. And his evil influence can be seen even in the most spirited and honourable of later scientific authors; notably in the early romances of Mr. H.G.Wells. Many moralists have in an exaggerated way represented the earth as wicked. But Mr. Wells and his school made the heavens wicked. We should lift up our eyes to the stars from whence would come our ruin.
But the expansion of which I speak was much more evil than all this. I have remarked that the materialist, like the madman, is in prison; in the prison of one thought. These people seemed to think it singularly inspiring to keep on saying that the prison was very large. The size of this scientific universe gave one no novelty, no relief. The cosmos went on for ever, but not in its wildest constellation could there be anything really interesting; anything, for instance, such as forgiveness or free will. The grandeur or infinity of the secret of its cosmos added nothing to it. It was like telling a prisoner in Reading gaol that he would be glad to hear that the gaol now covered half the county. The warder would have nothing to show the man except more and more long corridors of stone lit by ghastly lights and empty of all that is human. So these expanders of the universe had nothing to show us except more and more infinite corridors of space lit by ghastly suns and empty of all that is divine."



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SJWs?
MYOB

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I got to the shop last night, and as I drove up, there was a...something...in front of the shop door.
I got out, walked over, and found a box.
It was a Ouija board.
I suppose I need to start wearing an ascot, and drive an aqua and green van. With a dumb Great Dane.
Jinkies.



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"What I do know is, in little more than 30 years, we have gone from a nation where the “quiet enjoyment” of one’s private property was a sacred right, to a day when the so-called property “owner” faces a hovering hoard of taxmen and regulators threatening to lien, foreclose, and “go to auction” at the first sign of private defiance of their collective will ... a relationship between government and private property rights which my dictionary defines as “fascism.”"
-- Vin Suprynowicz
(1950-) American columnist, author
Source: Live Free or Die: How Many More Carl Dregas?, September 21, 1997

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Bill O'Reilly fired?
Clearly it's "Irish need not apply" ALL over again!

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Had the most dreadful nightmares the other night, visually as though Wes Craven and Heavy Metal had a shoggoth.
I pray not to have a reboot.

Maybe I'll watch "The Langoliers" as a lullaby.

I know...NOTHING is as bad as that was.

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"If these aren't the End Times, they will certainly do until they get here." -- John B. Wells

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Going beddie-bye, now.
I'll try not to pull an Alan Tracy.


Friday, April 14, 2017

Choice Chunks from the Chalice of Reeks



Sean Spicer is historically and contextually correct. He is NOT being a "Holocaust denier". Der Fuhrer did NOT drop gas bombs or fire gas missiles, such as was done in Syria.

The Germans DID use gas in enclosed spaces to exterminate Jews wholesale, and against Russians in caves. That is not what was done in Syria.

One of these things is not like the other. To use the Holocaust as a mere political tool to beat up a political opponent dishonors the memory of the millions slaughtered in the Third Reich, and cheapens the horror of what was done in the Second World War.

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If you ever feel you have too much of life left, and should therefore waste part of it:
"The Night of the Lepus"
Giant bunnies rampage. Hilarity ensues.

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I am amazed at the number of social media people that are Health Physics experts.
#Fukushima
Plutonium is like vitamins!!
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Mercury in retrograde?
Maybe the transmission needs work.

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Watching Rodan on Svengoolie.
I'm convinced that Marvin Miller does some of the dubbing. Of course, Keye Luke, Paul Frees and George Takei, but Miller's voices are pretty unmistakable.

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Wonder Woman:
"In your satin tights,
Fighting for your rights..."
No. No she wasn't.

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Congress.
Can you hear the 'copters?
Hint: Pinochet
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We lost a brave soldier.
One of the girls zapped me.

( YouTube beekeeper videos with them going without The Spacesuit:
IT'S A TRAP!

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Found comment from a Swiss citizen:
"We Swiss are the government. We do not allow our civil servants to forget that, as some people who imagine they are still free do."

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"Consent of the Governed"
What are you consenting to?

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When you check into a hotel, it takes 24 hours for YOUR personal biome to assert itself in your room. But it DOES.
This SHOULD be a comfort to those of us who travel incessantly.

( The microbes that live with you in YOUR home environment. Your micro-environment...you carry it with you. When you move into a hotel room, your biome asserts itself, and overwhelms the previous person's bio-leavings.
The territory, she is bio-marked.)

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What a faithless lot.
"Trump did something I disagree with. I am BETRAYED!!"

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If you insist on playing "Monopoly" by Blackjack's rules,the game will end badly.
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I made French onion soup. Used butter and bacon grease to saute the onions.
Oh, mercy.
My only regret is not having a bit of sherry to add.

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Also, it appears that the use of the word "empathy" is to one-up those with "sympathy".


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A friend has brought up a Thing in my noddle.
Why is it when a person expresses annoyance or disgruntlement, why do people feel the need to jolly him or her up? Why must it all be smiles and giggles?

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I would rather squeeze an apple for juice than use a product called "JUISIR".

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https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?singlepost=3419181

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Oh, NHK.
When did "kawaii" turn into "bag lady"?
(Seriously. Grown women sporting "couture" that screams "My 2-year-old mugged me with Lisa Frank stickers!".)

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Watching 1967's "The Champions" at the shop whilst printing.
Really can't stand Peter Wyngarde (ep 2 heavy).
OTOH George Murcell in ep. 3 (I suspect that the SUPERCAR sculptors used his face for Prof. Popkiss).

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HEY, OLD GUYS.
If you are going to quote something from a classic show or movie to exhibit your being a fan,
GET THE QUOTES RIGHT! If it's wrong, it's not a quote, and, well, you look like AN OLD GUY!

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They got Smith so right, and The Robot so wrong.

Hanna-Barbera, this is why we can't have nice things. And besides...

Robon? ROBON??!


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A runabout...
I'LL STEAL IT!
No one will EVER know!!

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YouTube comment of Utmost Tragedy.
"I'm not body-shaming or anything, but shouldn't Lady Death be... thinner?"
Because cartoon.

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Dear Yucatan Guacamole:
Guacamole isn't supposed to be fluffy.

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Watched this tonight whilst printing.
Really rather good, and a brill Cold-War take on the Frankenstein motif.

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New Chic ad. "Believe Me, These Pant Is Easy to Match Clothing."
Sign me up.

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Bless me, for I have cinematically sinned....
I actually LIKE "Meteor".

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The best way to ruin Science Fiction movies is to let the Italians at 'em.

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From Randall Schanze, the most pellucid contrast of Star Treks TOS and TNG:
"Pick anyone from TOS, I'd love to have lunch with them and hang out. Pick nearly anyone from TNG, and I would not."

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May you all have a blessed Good Friday, and an even MORE blessed Easter Sunday!

I believe in one God the Father Almighty,
Maker of heaven and earth,
And of all things visible and invisible:
And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son of God,
Begotten of his Father before all worlds,
God of God, Light of Light,
Very God of very God,
Begotten, not made,
Being of one substance with the Father,
By whom all things were made;
Who for us men, and for our salvation came down from heaven,
And was incarnate by the Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary,
And was made man,
And was crucified also for us under Pontius Pilate.
He suffered and was buried,
And the third day he rose again according to the Scriptures,
And ascended into heaven,
And sitteth on the right hand of the Father.
And he shall come again with glory to judge both the quick and the dead:
Whose kingdom shall have no end.
And I believe in the Holy Ghost,
The Lord and giver of life,
Who proceedeth from the Father and the Son,
Who with the Father and the Son together is worshipped and glorified,
Who spake by the Prophets.
And I believe one Catholick and Apostolick Church.
I acknowledge one Baptism for the remission of sins.
And I look for the Resurrection of the dead,
And the life of the world to come.
Amen

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He is risen.
He is risen, indeed!









Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Rusty Robots of Rutan


The idea that humankind is essentially good will be the death of us.
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Ultra-Q on Shout! Factory TV.
It was like a Fifties SF/Horror flick each week, with a real "Twilight Zone" vibe, by way of Osaka. (That's a joke).
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Anyone remember Walter Cronkite's CBS series "The 21st Century"?
Anyone wanna sue CBS for being SO wrong depicting the 21st century as being exciting and cool?
I feel like I drank an ennui latte with whipped tedium on top.
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Scrawny bird sez: "Whoa, I've been sick!".
I need to know the provenance of this cartoon gag. Was it a Draft thing? There is NOTHING online that I can learn from searches.
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A private citizen leading the Lord's Prayer has NOTHING to do with "separation of church and state".
"CONGRESS shall make no law..."
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Sometimes I think that the Pokemon GO A.I. was ported from the original X-Com.
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MUST Dollar General smell like bargain night at a joy house?
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Gun sales have dropped considerably since the Trump Ascendancy. People aren't worried about losing gun rights.
The Left should be turning cartwheels, but no. If he multiplied hot dogs and buns, they would fuss that the buns are in 8-packs, ant the hotdogs in 10-packs.
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I cannot imagine that drawing tally marks on your skin with Sharpie could possibly be good for your liver.
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"Hate Crime" = "X" lives matter more
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I'm glad my interests go beyond politics. It wearies me to see utterly non-political posts muddied by commenters who HAVE to make some political point out of it.
To quote the Great Shat:
"GET A LIFE!".
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Friend to Robert Frost: "Yeats is dead."
Frost: "Good."
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I am sad that I know as much as I do about Flat Earth theory.
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Advert:
"Enjoy 20/20 hearing..."
Uh huh.
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"Sure, sure, sure."
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Where has "Invasion of the Saucer Men" been all my life?



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Pandas are no longer on the endangered list. Maybe Panda Express will stop substituting moggy.

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"Mr. President, we must not allow a mine shaft gap!"
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I know it's foolish to ask, but must it be the binary "Ban refugees" vs, "Open the borders and let 'em all in" argument?
Maybe there are other intermediate options. The Ellis Island model appeared to work well. I mean all the proud "we were ALL immigrants" people are in fact here. Maybe we could just use the extant laws and regulations, instead of marching and punching and in the end, accomplishing nothing.
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I watched "War of the Insects" whilst printing shirts late last night. The only joy I have left to me is to inflict this as broadly as possible.













Thursday, January 26, 2017

Invasion of the Invasioners

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One of the most effective Cold War paranoia films was 1956's "Invasion of the Body Snatchers". One of the least effective Cold War paranoia films was 1978's "Invasion of the Body Snatchers".

One is a small-town sent to a pod-induced nightmare, the other is San Francisco. Herein lies the difference. IOTBS56 is nothing if not intimate, and that intimacy is the accelerant for the horror to come. Friends, patients, neighbors, all become...other...than they were. Meetings were in small rooms, small homes, small offices...not suffocating, but intimate, close. The fear lends the suffocation later. When Our Hero finally breaks free from the alien grip, escapes all whom he knew, but no more, he is seen running down a busy California highway warning the drivers of the danger, but the larger world is beyond his ability to deal with, and he winds up as a candidate for a rubber room. At least it would be a small one.

1978's attempt is name actors, and largeness, set in San Francisco, and plays more as a parable against inhumanity writ large, with a cityscape that serves to dilute the horror, rather than to multiply it. And the "GOTCHA" is as unpardonable as it is memorable. Perhaps my favorite line in any movie. But it all fails to render the delicious horror trilling on your nerve-endings, the tension emblazoned in rich black and white.

Just thoughts....

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Feel free to guess what THIS is about:

If I choose not to pay for someone else's lunch, I have not therefore destroyed lunch for the entire world.

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Living in fear is usually a choice.

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Inauguration Day.
This is to anyone claiming to be Christian.
Paul instructed Timothy to pray for those in authority (Caesar, the King, Prime ministers, Presidents, etc.). He did not say cry, whinge, complain on talk radio...he taught to pray for them (and the preposition used implies positive prayer, for, not agin' 'em.)
I daresay things may have gone differently the past several administrations (several being more than the last two) if we had but done what God says, entreating His favor, rather than taking our instruction from blogs, Twitter, and radio pundits.
Pray for the President and all of our government "and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way".

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UFO and conspiracy sites:
You might be more credible if you didn't headline your articles with Star Trek fonts.

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From me youngest, Noel:


























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OFFICIALLY: ROKU NOW HAS NHK WORLD!!

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Welcome to the 21st Century.
Isn't it all we were promised?

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I require a new invention.
A MACROWAVE oven.
It pummels the food into submission.

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The DD and I are both in the throes of the bug. Sadly, she is worse off than I.
Feels like flu, but without the horror.

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The Dread Dormomoo suggests a need for packets of cool toy trinkets so you can retrofit your Cracker Jacks.

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Being morally judged for a t-shirt design is...disquieting.
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The quote is "...from my cold, dead fingers".

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Pass the Miltown!

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https://youtu.be/X6GaTe7n6LM

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Will a hyper-Calvinist be arrogant faster than lightspeed?

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The Singularity, that point at which Artificial Intelligence systems running self-improvement cycles until it becomes an Artificial Superintelligence, and mankind can upload their minds into robotic bodies, and then live forever.

Singularity, a bent humanity shambling back to a digital Babel is as brilliant as every other attempt toward bootstrap perfection.

Mercy, I just get better and better....

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It begins to look like we will have the Moller SkyCar before the Elio.

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Dear brethren.
It is not that I agree with your words, or that you agree with mine.
Me must both agree with God's words.

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Quote that gives zero hope for 2017:
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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Happy Christmas to all!






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"Warning From Space"
Better than any of the "classic" Christmas movies on Amazon.
(Mid-90's and up Holiday romances, made for TV mostly. Dregful.

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Guys.
It's 'ROGUE One', not 'Rouge'.
You need a makeup test.

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David Tennant voices Scrooge McDuck in the new "Ducktales" series.
I have no fear!

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Panettone is a Krampus gift.

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We are watching "The Pinkertons". Nothing about this is right. They don't look American, nor sound American.
And yes, I know.

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I "liked" 20,593 things on Facebook this year.
I NEED A LIFE!!!

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LED Toilet Night Light
Words that don't belong together.

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I would very much like for 'Rubbersuitimation' to continue to be a thing in kaiju movies of the Godzilla pedigree. Not hating on CGI, just not wanting to lose the charm of the live effects.

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Sure seems that, I dunno, ANYONE can put on a safety pin. Rapists, molesters, psychopaths.
Or do they do background checks for purchasing safety pins?

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Stuff a Shelf elf with catnip, toss on the floor. Video the ensuing hilarity.

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Whenever a vegetable soup is described as a "flavors bonanza", I suspect it's being oversold.

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And, no, the angels in the Nativity story are NOT a Doctor Who reference.

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The BEST Mr. Freeze: Otto Preminger.
WILD!

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TTFN







Saturday, December 17, 2016

Jesus as Mengele, Believers as Dr. Phil....

Whenever economic threads Of That Sort develop on social media, or if you are a dinosaur that insists upon in-person interaction,say, at parties or Holiday family dinners, someone MUST play the role of Brigadier Bringdown, and whinge about The Poor, and Christmas, and Guilt. (That was NOT written in the voice of Thurston Howell III.) Inevitably, the Big Guns are brought to bear, especially if there are Christians about, with turkey-stuffed mouths, gobbling about The Reason For The Season...

"So many Christians, but I don't see any of them selling what they have and giving it all to the poor, like Jesus taught!"

The inability to Read With Comprehension is a vanishing skill. With parents both working to keep up with living AND the taxes, and day-care struggling with overcrowding and staying out of the attention of regulators AND the news stations, and schools mandated to teach test-taking abilities and thus avoid the attention of regulators AND the news stations...there is little time to inculcate much beyond passing eyes over text, and defining sounding it out in one's head as "reading". Few places does this show up faster than in conversations with Biblical content. The Rich Young Ruler session that Jesus had is a case in point.


18 And a certain ruler asked him, saying, Good Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?
19 And Jesus said unto him, Why callest thou me good? none is good, save one, that is, God.
20 Thou knowest the commandments, Do not commit adultery, Do not kill, Do not steal, Do not bear false witness, Honour thy father and thy mother.
21 And he said, All these have I kept from my youth up.
22 Now when Jesus heard these things, he said unto him, Yet lackest thou one thing: sell all that thou hast, and distribute unto the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come, follow me.
23 And when he heard this, he was very sorrowful: for he was very rich.  Luke 18:18-23 (KJV)


The reading is precise. The questions asked are insightful. The commands are laser-sharp. and they are all for one patient. The Great Physician diagnoses the man's problem, and prescribes the solution. Sell your assets, then give to the poor. Jesus does not say "Give ALL you have to the poor in a vast bout of charity, then pick up the mendicant's bowl." Make the assets fungible, easily distributed, and give at need. Nowhere does Jesus say "Give it ALL to the poor". Jesus teaches many things, but I do not believe bad asset management is one of them. If I may say, the Poor are extras in the play. They are not the problem. The Rich Ruler and his relationship to wealth is the problem. His purse was double-knotted. Morally, he was beyond reproach. He had a desire for God's rulership in his life (The Kingdom of God =/= 'Heaven', here.). Yet, Jesus' exam finds a cyst of avarice, and He prescribes removing the unsightly thing. The Ruler apparently did not like the idea of a scar on his portfolio, and left in sorrow, perhaps to find a second opinion.

Yet, while the exchange was between Jesus and the Rich Ruler, we may certainly derive counsel from their talk. Don't let your Stuff come between you and the Kingdom of God. Christ is more important than stocks and shares and real estate, oh my. You are never as good as you think you are. AND, Jesus speaks precisely. He is the Word, the Logos made flesh, Who said "Let there be...", and there was.

He is not going to bobble a noun.

If I go to a naturopath for my cerebral chilblains, and he prescribes a tincture of goldenseal root and kerosene, and it makes me well, that does not give him, or me, or the TV talk host who interviews us, license to prescribe the vile brew to everyone, for anything. So it is with the Rich Ruler interview. Jesus prescribed what HE needed. If I have trouble with gluttony, or lust, the prescription will fit the sin.

Don't make Jesus the Spokesprophet for your political or social druthers. Instead, bow to His Lordship, and take your personally prescribed medicine. Don't walk away grieving. As the Mark account said:

21 Looking at him, Jesus felt a love for him and said to him, “One thing you lack: go and sell all you possess and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow Me.”

Jesus prescribes with love.