Monthly Archives: December 2012

Beware of the Phrase: “Just add processing and handling”

You hear it on TV a dozen times a day (if you’re a TV addict), “Order now!  Only $29.95 … but wait!  Order within the next 15 minutes and I’ll send you a second one FREE! Just add additional processing … Continue reading

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The Authenticity of the Shroud of Turin

It’s Christmas Day and I’m watching The Real Face of Jesus? on H2 (history channel).  It’s regarding the Shroud of Turin and whether or not it’s the genuine burial cloth of Jesus. Well, as usual, they ignored Scripture.  Oh, they … Continue reading

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Why the world didn’t end today (12/21/12)

This explanation is for those of you who believed the Mayans.  I didn’t, don’t and never will. The Mayans’ chisels all broke, or they ran out of ink, or maybe, their ball-point pen factory went on strike…. indicating that this … Continue reading

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Understanding the Book of Revelation

As we hurtle to “the end of the world” on December 21, 2012, when the poles are supposed to reverse and the Earth come apart, more and more people are looking to the apostle John’s book of Revelation for answers/predictions … Continue reading

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Ever tried fried spaghetti?

This is a dish I invented back in the early ’70s, probably because I was so poor at the time, it was done out of desperation.  I don’t remember the why part…. It is a cheap–and delicious–meal, if you’re a … Continue reading

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The Comedy Central Roast of….

Channel-surfing this evening I came across the roast of Larry the Cable Guy (Dan Whitney).  I like him and most of his comedy … and I used to love comedy roasts, especially back when Dean Martin had them.  Do you … Continue reading

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THIS from 1967….

“From the fifth grade through the fourth year of college, our young people are being indoctrinated with a Marxist philosophy, and I am fearful of the harvest. The younger generation is further to the left than most adults realize. The … Continue reading

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