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Monthly Archives: January 2006
Give people more than they expect, and do it cheerfully. Memorize your favorite poem. Don’t believe all you hear, spend all you have, or sleep all you want. Say "I love you" or "Aloha" only if you mean it. When … Continue reading
Here is a boycott I can certainly support! Link: Boycott of Citgo launched. A pro-family group has launched a boycott of the Citgo oil company because it is run by the Venezuelan government, which is led by U.S.-bashing President Hugo … Continue reading
Let me recommend this interesting article discussing a tax protest by a same sex couple. They think they do not have to pay taxes becasue they are not allowed to get married. Link: Same-sex couple in tax protest.
My tire had a staple in it. Of all times for this to happen — a flat tire. But when is a good time for a flat tire? Not when you are wearing a suit and you have been traveling … Continue reading
Five days and counting until our group leaves on our New Orleans Hurricane Katrina Relief trip. We had one person drop out at the end of last week for personal family reasons so we are at a team of nine … Continue reading
Mean Sky Originally uploaded by !!WaynePhotoGuy. My daughter was out shooting again. Some of us have no time to get out. Ah the joy of youth. Anyway, she has a fasination with the evening sky.Great work girl!
Like I have said before, there are many things with which I disagree with Chuck Baldwin. But when I agree, I really agree. This commentary is one in which I agree whole heartedly, so I had to post it. Enjoy … Continue reading
Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant. –Robert Louis Stevenson You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. –Buddha The secret of health for both … Continue reading
This just in…. By a 10-8 party line vote with sometimes bitter partisan debate, the Senate Judiciary Committee today recommended that Samuel A. Alito Jr. be confirmed by the full Senate as associate justice of the Supreme Court. The nomination … Continue reading