Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Flock of Seagulls

Last night was so busy at work I didn't have time to get on the internet. On my way home I saw a huge flock of birds, heading south across the highway I was on. It reminded me of the bats at Carlsbad Caverns. The flock stretched as far as I could see to the north and south. I stopped at a light directly under them and I could see they were seagulls. I've seen alot of seagulls before but I've never seen so many at one time all flying as if on a mission, heading who knows where.


Iran Plays Down Political Impact of U.S. Quake Help You can help us and give us money but we still hate you and will destroy you the first chance we get. Oh, no Jews allowed though. We would rather let our children die than receive help from a Jew.

Iran's Political Quake

Iran clarifies the Middle East by Dennis Prager - a must read.

The Middle East has been clear in my mind for some time. What can you say about people like that. They will never be reached by human means. If you can't separate yourself from them you will have to kill them to save your own life. God hides himself from this world, no nation on Earth is God's nation but some nations have been blessed with riches and lifestyle far beyond the rest of the world because of God's promises to His friend, Abraham. Resentment of that fact runs long and deep in the Nations of Islam, since the days of Abraham.

I'll See It When I Believe It

Officials: World's Largest Snake Caught

If officials say the largest snake has been caught, why can't the officials confirm it?

49.21 feet is one large snake and about 18 feet longer than the present record, if memory serves. That website says 32 feet 9 1/2 inches. It looks like a picture of a reticulated python so I'm sure it is a huge snake. 50 feet though, huh. Damn.

People Are Weird Dept.

Man Trapped Under Mountain Of Junk In Apartment

Sounds Like Paranoid Schizophrenia To Me

The Conspiratorial Mind of the Arab World

A fundamental element of Islamic culture is an implacable belief in its own superiority. This idea is rooted in the Qur’an and Islam: the revelation to Muhammad, according to orthodox Muslim belief, is the final and perfect revelation from the one true God. It corrects and abrogates all previous revelations, including the Torah and Gospel that form the foundation of the culture of the non-Muslim West. The Jews and Christians who remain in the world after the time of Muhammad are renegades who have rejected this final revelation out of corruption and malice. At certain points in the Middle Ages, this Muslim self-understanding meshed quite well with the realities of the world: a unified Muslim empire encroached inexorably upon a Christendom riven by squabbles and overmatched in both military might and technology.

The God of the Bible says: Malachi 3:6 "For I am the Lord, I do not change; Therefore you are not consumed, O sons of Jacob.

Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

John 14:6 Jesus said to him, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.

There are other verses but these will do. So God, after dealing with mankind from the beginning, saying "I change not", "I am the rock", and generally making it very clear that His laws stand forever and He will not change - basically just scraps everything, sends Mohummed and starts a completely new religion - screw everything that came before. So God, therefore, cannot be trusted to keep His word. What, is He a politician? More proof people give very little real thought to what they believe. Oh, and He's so weak and ineffectual that He can't do more than sucker punch "the great satan."

The Power Of Six

Hexidecimal fun



I know a guy who's staying in a nursing home because of complications from his cancer. I just spoke with him today and he told me they confiscated his vitamins. Just normal vitamins found in the neighborhood store. They said the doctor hasn't given the OK for them. He can, however, stuff his face with a big, juicy, hamburger and wash it down with a shake - no problem there. Is it just me?

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