Daily Archives: December 4, 2015

GOT SILLINESS?

There’s been so much happening this week I haven’t had cause to post anything silly. When I get so much in one of my folders I need to release.You know,like when you drink a lot of water before bedtime then get up first thing in the morning. Crummy analogy, but hey, it’s late.

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TWO PEOPLE IN A SMART CAR WERE HOSPITALIZED WHEN THEY HAD A HEAD-ON COLLISION WITH A SQUIRREL. THE SQUIRREL WAS UNINJURED.
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The correct response is not outrage

I’m seeing a lot of righteous outrage concerning the Daily News cover page and the CNN newscast that pimped it. And while I understand and empathize with the desire to turn over tables, I think the correct response for all Christians should be a thorough self-examination, followed by a sincere confession and commitment to conversion and prayer.

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This is a good aid for examining your conscience, regardless of whether you confess privately or to a priest.
http://www.beginningcatholic.com/catholic-examination-of-conscience.html

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I need a little nonsense

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COOTIES

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I believe …

that climate change is natural, not man-made.

that draconian measures to reduce man-made greenhouse gasses will badly damage local and global economies while having no impact whatsoever on pollution, climate, weather, or sea levels.

that efforts to suppress fossil fuel use in the name of saving the planet are at best misguided and at worse deeply anti-human.

that no society has ever grown out of poverty without an abundant, affordable, reliable source of energy.

that at this time, fossil fuels are the best energy source for Third World nations struggling to eliminate poverty.

that demanding Third World countries stop using fossil fuels means denying them the right to ever have clean, reliable water and labor-saving devices that allow local farmers to produce food in abundance.

that refusing to allow the 1.2 billion any chance at having electricity for refrigeration and other food preservation processes condemns them to hunger and disease, not due to a lack of food, but to a lack of a consistent, year-round supply of safe, edible food.

that demanding impoverished peoples continue to heat and cook with smoky open fires does nothing to help the environment, while causing many of them to go blind.

Deepak Lal quotation

Tell our leaders to stop the climate change crap. Sign the Petition @ http://www.cornwallalliance.org/energyempowersthepoor/#

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