Johnny can't read because Bobb can't write (tip: theblogprof).
With all the flip-flops from Obama and his crowd, I'm thinking they're getting ready for summer.
Don Surber offers another example of how government-run health care works. And it ain't pretty.
This guy is nuts for Christ:
Taxes. I just love working on taxes. Wait, that's not the word. Hate! Yes, that's it! I just hate working on taxes.
We went to the grocery store yesterday. And, once again, we got the frozen stuff first. Know why we do that? That way I have to eat all the ice cream before it melts.
Looks like somebody took a wrong turn at Albuquerque (via Random Thoughts).
Now scientist agree that an asteroid killed the dinosaurs. Now that the scientist is settled, I'm not so sure.
Basil, The De-Troit Public school dude: Long story short...when I was a Freshman in High School (1974), Mr. Willie Patterson (an Assistant Principal) sent something up to my "typing" class to be typed up for an outside event he was hosting for a local preacher, Rev. Amos Terrell.ReplyDelete
My typing teacher handed it to me to do the honors. After I read it, I burst out laughing, and Miss Hood (the typing teacher that was really too smart, and too hot to be teaching High Schoolers, btw) just had to see what I was guffawing about...so, she came over to my desk, which did not hurt my feelings ONE BIT!
He had hand-written something like, "The event start at 7:00 pm. But, we will begin to line up ON Rev. Terrel at 6." True story...Miss Judy Hood almost blew chunks, and told me that she'd take it back to Mr. Patterson's office, ask him what he meant, punch it up a bit, and type it herself. (Oh man...she was "HOT!")
Now, to the lost Jews in Africa. You know, I'm sure that many Biblical scholars believe that The Ark of the Covenant is in Kenya. I'm going to have to do some digging, but I once heard a fabulous (about one hour) expose' from a guy that had spent much of his adult life studying it...and he believes that it is there.
It really was fascinating...things about guys that are raised to protect it...it's under ground 20-something feet, etc. I'm going to go back into my cassette library (yes, I still have one of those) and see if I can find it. If I do, I'll let you know.
I'm sure you can hardly wait. ;)