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One of my very favorite quotes is the following. Battle is the most magnificent competition in which a human being can indulge. It brings out all that is best; it removes all that is base. All men are afraid in … Continue reading
The guy is a supreme dick.
Holy immortal One: Please hear the petitions of your lowly servants. For Shaun M who is in desperate need of healing. May he recover his physical health and may he be strengthened in spirit to overcome his addiction. May he … Continue reading
I’ll try to keep it short. It is very frustrating to have to go over this again and again and again. But I guess we have no choice. Catholic Theology includes: The Teachings of the Christ whilst He was hanging … Continue reading
Irony of ironies has it that a select few (an Elite if you will) are today’s Gnostics. In the sense, of course, that they and they alone are privy to some secret knowledge. Among this knowledge appears to be what … Continue reading
If there is such a thing, I would call it principled politics. And here is the difference: speak to someone who has next to nothing as it relates to assets and worldly possessions. If they are a Conservative, they will … Continue reading
Survivors of the horrific Italian cruise ship tragedy are purportedly being forced back onto the crippled ship. Says Newt Gingrich, former GA Congressman and current presidential hopeful, “Look. What happened in Italy is a tragedy. Here we have several people … Continue reading
Essay by Daniel P Collins, Sr, Naples Florida The famous author, James A. Mitchner, in “The Fires of Spring” announced authoritatively: “For this is the journey that men make: to find themselves. If they fail in this, it doesn’t matter … Continue reading
Essay by Daniel P Collins, Sr. – Naples, Florida My dad was a fireman in downtown Chicago for forty-three years. His rise from fireman to Division Marshall over the politicians determined obstructions was aided by the prayers of his favorite … Continue reading
According to the Huffington Post, Jobs’ warning to Obama came during a meeting in San Francisco that Jobs took five days to agree to attend. He told Obama the U.S. wasn’t business-friendly enough, citing over-regulation and unnecessary costs. Continue reading