Archive for January, 2014

Feeling Totally Out of Place

I pointed out how quickly superficiality has overtaken society. In fact, I find that most people won’t talk about how bad the economy is getting or why it’s getting worse. They won’t discuss the problems in the Middle East or how the Bible speaks to these issues. It appears that most people – even many church goers – would rather talk about the normal things in life. They want to talk about football or basketball and many of them act as though things will go on as normal since that’s the way it’s always been.

Continue Reading January 20, 2014 at 2:49 PM 3 comments

Who Puts Religious Duty Above Helping Save Someone’s Life?

This man – allegedly the lead nurse for that shift – was too busy praying to Allah, when he should have been helping an elderly woman who fell out of her bed and gashed her hip. Instead, the only thing he felt that was important enough to do was to pray and I doubt seriously that he prayed for Griffiths’ good health.

Continue Reading January 17, 2014 at 11:54 AM 1 comment

Being Told By Target How to Keep Financial Information Safe is Ironic

Aren’t these huge corporations spending a lot of money to safeguard their customer’s financial data? One would think so, yet here is a case where hackers managed to get passed all the safeguards Target may have set up. Looks like they need to go to plan B, which would be hiring one or two of these hackers and paying them the big bucks to create a system that stays well ahead of hackers.

Continue Reading January 15, 2014 at 1:23 PM

Earning Points: Why Cops Do What They Do to Average Citizens

Here is a completely LEGAL inciter that cops use to get you emotionally charged so that you will react in a way that allows them to arrest you. You’ve been pulled over and the cop asks you to step out of the car. You comply and you politely stand at the rear of the car. The officer comes over and gets within an inch of your face and starts SCREAMING at you. While he’s yelling at you, he is also likely SPITTING on you because he’s so close. Moreover, he can even POKE you in the chest. Unless you’re aware that this is an inciter that they use, you will likely react to it.

Continue Reading January 10, 2014 at 8:33 AM 2 comments

Don’t Worry Because It’s All Just in Your Head

When I go into most restaurants now, the barrage of noise that assaults me makes me feel like the Grinch (Noise…NOISE…NOISE!!!) and I cut my teeth on rock drumming. It makes it very difficult to focus and sometimes, trying to hear the person I’m with is nearly impossible. There’s way too much volume from background noise to deal with – everything from music, to TVs throughout the restaurant, to the noise and talk from other customers and all of it bouncing off the numerous hard surfaces throughout the restaurant. By the time I’m done eating, heartburn seems to have come with the meal.

Continue Reading January 9, 2014 at 12:10 PM 4 comments

From the Weird to the Weirder: False Prophets and Baphomet’s Statue

This is the way many in the world think. Their “truth” is always an ever-changing palette of whatever sounds good to them at the time. Like the world, they hover constantly between the pages of Scripture wondering what supra-natural meaning God’s Word has for us, instead of understanding Scripture in its most basic sense as we do in conversation. It goes from weird to weirder.

Continue Reading January 8, 2014 at 6:43 AM 3 comments

False Prophets on the Loose and the Church Yawns, While the World Laughs

Some may think my statements are harsh. They are not. God tells us that when such a man is placed in our midst it is “the LORD your God is testing you to know whether you love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul.” How many listen to men like Steve Fletcher, but fail to listen and the love God?

Continue Reading January 7, 2014 at 11:00 AM 2 comments

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