Saturday, September 05, 2009

Maybe if Conservatives could be convinced of the militay uses of healthcare they would not object?

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Post Rapture Post - The Postal Service of the Saved

"Do you know someone who is in danger of being 'left behind' because of a sinful life? Imagine if you could write a letter to a friend or loved one after the Great Day of Reckoning. Maybe a message to your family telling them to trust in God, and that everything will be okay. Perhaps you would leave instructions to care for your pets after your departure. It could be that your message is the light that opens a sinner's eyes to the Glory of God and allows them entrance to Heaven during the trials before the Second Coming. This is where the Post-Rapture Post comes in."

I read this on an atheist site called Post Rapture Post. As an atheist site it's owners promise to hand deliver letters written by saved Christians to loved ones left behind after the Rapture. They don't fool me.

Any right thinking Christian knows that atheists are morally inferior and could not be trusted to keep the smallest of promises let alone one of such importance.

Secondly, what if these atheists repent of their sins and are saved? No man is beyond redemption and a deathbed conversion would be a typical, shabby atheist trick.

I will not be parting with my cash.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

The alternative to chiropractic

I don't want to offend people who swear by chiropractic but this story sums up what I think.

A friend was suffering from shoulder pain and decided that he would go to a chiropractor for help. She gave him thorough examination and advised him what to do. In fact, she tried several different therapies but nothing seemed to work.

A few weeks later his wife insisted he decorate the kitchen he had been putting off for ages and guess what? The pain disappeared. The up and down movement of painting cured his aching shoulder - but not for long. About a week after he had finished the pain returned.

He took painkillers for a while but could not bear it any longer. He rang his chiropractor and told her how decorating had eased the pain but it had returned. Had she any more advice. She had tried everything she knew and all she could say was, "Decorate the bedroom."

Monday, April 20, 2009

Dick Van Dyke

Diagnosis Murder makes me laugh. That may not always be its intention but still it makes me laugh. You see, I like Dick Van Dyke.

From his early appearances with Phil Silvers, huge success in his sitcom with Mary Tyler Moore and his many films, I have always liked him. I enjoy his humour, his acting and his charm.

I even forgive his Cockney accent in 'Mary Poppins'. A Dick Van Dyke accent is how the British describe an American attempting an English accent but not succeeding. Yet we love the film and we love his performance in it.

I post this picture of him as a small tribute. He is eighty four now but as handsome today as when he was a younger man. I'm sure many women must be thinking to themselves, "I wonder what it's like to kiss wrinkly, old Dick."

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Obama and the Cubans

Barack Obama has signalled a thaw in relations with Cuba this week by relaxing travel restrictions to the island.

Has he gone completely mad?

Presidents love to have a scary communist regime in America's backyard. Its presence can be used to deflect attention away from any embarassing problems that might arise elsewhere.

That is why they continued its Cold War attitudes and it is why no President since Kennedy has gone all out for regime change. That and Cuba's lack of oil.

Of course, Obama might really be a great President and won't need a smokescreen to hide behind. Let's see.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The love of money is the root of all evil - Part 2

The love of money is the root of all evil.

Has anyone thought what this means? Think about means anything that doesn't have the love of money as its root cause is not evil.

Kill for money....evil. Kill for any other reason....not evil.

Simple really.

The love of money is the root of all evil

An American preacher once told me, "You can't buy your way into heaven." Then he asked me to give cash to his church. I figured he must be false. Any fool knows real churches take all major credit cards.