Monthly Archives: May 2011

Randomness


“That’s so random!” The phrase is a common compliment to someone whose mind moves in mysterious ways. Randomness has achieved a certain amount of status in our culture where our jaded senses of humor are always searching for something ever … Continue reading

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The Sun, It Will Still Rise


I watched Soul Surfer today. Yes, the acting and dialogue was a little corny compared to the big dollar films, but over all it was quality. …brought tears to my eyes several times. I can completely identify with her story, … Continue reading

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The Patriot


What comes to mind when you hear the word “Patriot”? Is it someone you respect in congress? Do you think of George Washington or Gettysburg? Do you see the epic image of Marines raising the tattered flag on Iwo Jima? … Continue reading

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Life In The Fast Lane: Advanced Urban Driving Techniques


If you’re like me, urban driving is not simply a matter of getting from point A to point B. It is a competitive sport, a test of manhood, a sublime art-form bringing all faculties to bear on the noble task … Continue reading

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Osama, Bumble Bees, Shenanigans, and False Flag Terror


Let’s assume for a moment that there is no false flag terrorism. Let’s ignore history and assume that governmental, military or intelligence organizations have never staged terrorist attacks to manipulate the public into supporting war and a tyrannical police state. … Continue reading

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