Month: January 2016

A Story Concerning 13 Hours

January 27, 2016

A friend of mine is retired from the Air Force. Recently, he invited some Facebook friends to join him for a viewing of Michael Bay’s 13 Hours at a local theater. This was the second week after the movie’s release. He stated that we should all arrive early to be sure we got tickets. I […]

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ECUSA Gets a Timeout

January 15, 2016

The Anglican Communion has suspended the Episcopal Church of the United States. In a move that should have happened when the 1928 Prayer Book was dumped in favor of a watered-down, modern language one (i.e. the 1970’s), nevertheless, the worldwide group has finally acted. For the first time, the global organizing body of Anglicans has […]

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Cartoon Network: Leaven in Your Living Room

January 8, 2016

It is the belief of some fringe protestant group—possible the Amish—that claim that “Satan travels true wires” so if you don’t have electricity, he can’t target you. I’m starting to think they might have a point. Earlier this week I was reading articles on Blastr.com. I often visit this website to see what movies are […]

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Cutting the Cable in 2016

January 6, 2016

2016 began with my efforts to stop more fiscal bleeding so I can add more fuel to the Dave Ramsey “snowball”. On New Year’s Day, we cancelled our subscription to DirecTV. I had been a customer of DirecTV for about ten years. Back in 2006, I traded in our miserable service from Comcast. Comcast’s Internet […]

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