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Californian problems & other areas.
Posted:Jun 4, 2018 7:46 am
Last Updated:Jun 5, 2018 9:58 am

What's with California on the alert for one thing or another? Oroville dam about to burst not long ago, then I saw a few clips on the Hilina Slump in Hawaii possibly sending a 100 foot high tsunami at 500 miles an hour over to California. Then a clip that plans to evacuate California in case North Korea hits it with missiles on the pretext of natural disasters. (I found that clip a bit far fetched) Another clip on the Hayward Fault on the eastern side of the bay which has more potential to become active than the San Andreas Fault which is also a big a risk. There's the drought problem as well for the farmers, the land sinking under them at an alarming rate because of the lowering water table etc. I guess there's lots that could be added to the list but seems like there's a few problems there. Divine retribution or just having a bad few years?

Just thinking about the land sinking due to the lowering of the water tables, Mexico City has been sinking for years, I think Washington also but not so bad. A multi million dollar building in San Francisco is starting to lean over and they are blaming construction on the other side of the road (which I personally doubt) so land shift problems are rearing up all over. I wonder if all the atomic testing around the world has put fractures in the plates? There's been over 2,000 tests since Hiroshima. Many were in Nevada. The earth has certainly been active this decade.
Tommy Robinson
Posted:May 29, 2018 6:48 am
Last Updated:Jul 19, 2018 9:29 pm

Does anybody know much about Tommy Robinson being arrested and in jail in England for simply reporting there was a trial going on for atrocious crimes?
How many Christians does it take to change a light bulb?
Posted:May 15, 2018 6:38 am
Last Updated:Jul 19, 2018 9:30 pm

A pastor I know brought this to a meeting for fun. Thought I'd share.

How many Christians does it take to change a light bulb?

Charismatic – Only one. Hands already in the air

Pentecostal – Ten. One to change the light bulb, nine to pray against the spirit of darkness.

Presbyterians – None. Lights will go on and off at predestined times.

Roman Catholic – None. Candles only

Baptists – At least 15. One to change the light bulb and 3 committees to approve the change and decide who brings the potato salad and fried chicken.

Anglicans – 3. One to call the electrician, one to mix the drinks and one to talk about how much better the old one was.

Methodists - Undecided

Uniting - Whether your light is light, dull, or completely out, you are loved. You can be a light bulb, turnip bulb or tulip bulb. Church-wide lighting service is planned for Sunday. Bring bulb of your choice and a covered dish.

Mormons – 6. Five wives to replace the bulb while husband reviews church lighting policy

Lutherans – None. Lutherans don't believe in change

Amish – What's a light bulb?
My reflecton on Big Blocks abortion poem
Posted:Mar 2, 2018 9:23 pm
Last Updated:Jul 19, 2018 9:31 pm

In ancient times people worshiped through various religious orgies. The fathers of these unwanted children were often unknown. The children were sacrificed by throwing them into the hot arms of their god Molech. They were cremated alive. Drums would beat loudly to drown out the screams while the child died. That was ancient abortion, unwanted children through fornication. God judged that and wiped out those that committed it and people wonder why God wiped out some nations. More to the point, wouldnt you wonder why if He didnt? 3,000 abortions a day? He wont remain passive much longer. Judgement will come for this.

Today it's similar, unwanted children can be sacrificed younger still. The unheard screams of a child in the womb will be heard by the Creator. Judgement will come.

Some say, "How dare you tell a woman what to do with her body!?"
It's not her body she's sacrificing, it's her son or daughter's.

I've noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born. - Ronald Reagan.
Grandson's intro to football.
Posted:Feb 27, 2018 6:50 am
Last Updated:Jul 19, 2018 9:33 pm

My eldest daughter told me a story the other day and I thought it was cute. She'd taken my eldest grandson who is 8 years old to a football game with all adults in both teams, it was 'flag football' or 'touch football'.

It doesnt involve tackling the opponents, just doing maneuvers to avoid them and if you are touched you have to stop play and I'm not sure what you do after that, whether you pass the ball to the other team, have 3 touches and then pass the ball to the other team or what, I dont know, but whatever the rules my grandson was on the sideline looking enviously at them.

These men were all from my church, one African American pastor is a huge man, a martial artist and does weights etc. He told my grandson to come and play, they were careful not to run into him and the pastor let him catch him twice, but then got a shock. My grandson got him a couple of times when he didnt want to be touched, the kid was fast.

On one occasion when it was time to kick off, the two teams faced each other, they stared at my grandson and he stared right back. Then they started intimidating him, trying to tease him and saying stuff like, "He's too small. We'll run rings around him" and lots of other things. He stared at them for a while and then just said, "I didnt come here to talk."

What a kid! Mum was proud and the guys laughed. She was beaming telling me about it all. He wants to go back again next week. He's hooked.
Delicious Devil?
Posted:Jan 17, 2018 7:36 pm
Last Updated:Jan 19, 2018 5:35 am

A pastor friend of mine told me this story about an Aboriginal friend of his who became a pastor. After a few years of having his own church he came back to my friend's church to preach.

Introducing his sermon he announced that if Adam and Eve had been Aboriginal they'd have no problem with sin today. The congregation was puzzled, was this becoming racial? They were a little nervous and wondered where this was going and then he said;They wouldn't have worried about the apple, they'd have eaten the snake.

Gotta love the way he broke the ice.
A modern nursery rhyme.
Posted:Jun 15, 2017 10:36 pm
Last Updated:Feb 27, 2018 7:10 am

There was a devious old woman who lived in a shoe,

she had so many tax funded children (because she liked so many bad boys and couldnt keep her legs shut) she knew exactly what to do.

Each bad boy dumped her cause they knew what she was like,
so the government became husband of that sensual old bike.

Of course the tax payers pay for the kids education,
a massive burden upon our great nation.

Most of them kids have landed in (tax funded) jail,
the rest hookers and pimps, a couple on bail,

We know today that this is the trend,
living unhappily ever after, this now is THE END.
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A Hermit's perspective
Posted:Feb 10, 2017 10:46 pm
Last Updated:Feb 27, 2018 7:13 am

I believe the marriage problem of today is largely the government's fault. Firstly the word adultery has long been done away with from the divorce courts; the "No Blame Policy" has send men to the wall when it used to be the guilty party that suffered, and rightly so. Men are not interested in legally signing their lives away anymore after seeing horror story after horror story of men losing all they had and destined to a life of slavery to the woman who can continue in another relationship while on his money. Suicide is not uncommon among these men.

Many women as soon as it gets difficult just pull the pin instead of working it out, 78% of divorces are instigated by the woman. Why? She's the financial winner, also the emotional winner; she in most cases gets the kids. Guys see this gold digging and the emotional cost and walk away. It may be the beginning of the end of Western Civilization as we know it. We are going to be out bred. A very low percentage of men are actually Senior FriendFinder Yet many are accused of it, years later when it financially suited some woman. Sure there were some real cases, but plenty are not as well. What happens to the woman when it's proven false? Nothing! She should be thrown in jail for 10 years because if she had succeeded that guy's life would be ruined forever . What message are guys getting? Stay away from women; it's too dangerous to get involved. Milo Y, the one who was protested against at Berkeley in a clip quoted Senior FriendFinder statistics reported by Lesbian women against each other was 38%! I'm not saying there's no bad men out there, there are and should be dealt with, but there's a lot of bad women who just seem to go under the radar.

Secondly the housing prices have been inflated so high that the woman has to work as well which contributes to the family falling apart, kids are farmed out to carers while the real mother has to work. When it's only one in a job and ends do not meet it can lead to real problems on agreeing where the money ought to be spent.

I hear some ladies say, "You need a companion!" Like hell I do. "You'll die alone." Yes! I dont want anyone hovering over me when I'm dying, would drive me nuts. I prefer to go like the elephant to its graveyard, just lie down away from everyone, fade away, uninterrupted. That's death with dignity.

My observation is that most single and a lot of married women have either emotional or money problems or both, I'm yet to find one that has not. I'm a man and finding more and more I'm helping many of them but I do so and back off when they are on their feet. How many have reciprocated or cared about me? Out of all of them I only know one who tries to and also genuinely cares I believe, but she is very fiery. She'll never make a good partner, she's a fighter, it's her way only, and men dont want that. She's had a very, very hard life, it's turned her into who she is, I feel sorry for her. I felt like I'd picked up a feral cat, doomed, trapped in a sewer, it was grateful, but instinct makes it lash out its claws at any perceived negative, even from the hand that helped her.

I help others more than anyone has ever helped me. Why? Because I'm finally financially secure, it makes me feel good and having been 'through the divorce mill' can stand back and see many problems. Why am I financially secure? I'm single! Now it's my way or no way from now on, like my fiery friend. I'm in charge of my life and it's staying that way, if anyone doesnt like it they can get lost. Simple.

I really enjoy being alone, it took a long while to get used to it, but now I dont think I want it any other way. The peace is therapeutic, I cant wait to get home after being out and just vedge. I also have my phone turned off at night, or when I want a nap, or when I dont feel like talking. It drives some people nuts when I do this and I dont care. As I said before, I'm in charge. I turn off the world at will. And you know what? It's great getting old.
Trump shut down Soros
Posted:Feb 2, 2017 7:07 am
Last Updated:Feb 15, 2017 5:31 am

Clip titled - Trump just shut down George Soros

This is the transcript from the clip below.

He did it in an incredibly efficient way, without saying a word about Soros.

Trump announced he is going to run for President in 2020. What does that mean? It means that he's now a candidate for 2020, which is something that has never been done before - no incumbent President has ever announced candidacy this early before, EVER. What did this accomplish? SOROS, who does everything with NGO's has been shut up, because it is illegal for any NGO or foundation to speak or act against a candidate because that's interference with an election. So they can only do it against a president who is not a candidate. If he'd done this before the marches that took place, Soros would be toast even now.

So by saying he's a candidate this early, he has shut up Soros for 4 full years! HA HA HA, that's a good one! The details are HERE and keep in mind, this also badly stifles a lawsuit Soros is trying to push through with one of his foundations which claims Trump should be impeached because he is receiving money from foreigners via rents paid on properties he owns. That is an obvious mis-application of the law, which now cannot be done with a foundation, Soros has to do it directly.
Investigate what you want to - Trump to Chavetz
Posted:Jan 31, 2017 7:44 pm
Last Updated:Feb 5, 2017 6:35 am

Interesting clip below, It's under 2 minutes. Gotta love Trey Gowdy also, a great man.

Trump Told Me To Investigate Whatever I Want" Jason Chaffetz Shocks Democrats

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