Personal Archive

  • Since the last time I wrote on the subject a couple days ago, we’ve learned a good bit more about the Virginia Tech killer. Not only that, but there’ve been lots and lots of blame being passed around. I’ve got a few additional things to say concerning this, as it […]

    More thoughts on the Virginia Tech massacre

    Since the last time I wrote on the subject a couple days ago, we’ve learned a good bit more about the Virginia Tech killer. Not only that, but there’ve been lots and lots of blame being passed around. I’ve got a few additional things to say concerning this, as it […]

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  • Audio Post * clips of “There’s Peace in Knowing” performed by N’Harmony…now disbanded, but credit where credit is due. The very first thing I would like to say is how very sorry I am that this happened. The more I think of it, the less capable I am of objectively […]

    My thoughts on the Virgina Tech massacre

    Audio Post * clips of “There’s Peace in Knowing” performed by N’Harmony…now disbanded, but credit where credit is due. The very first thing I would like to say is how very sorry I am that this happened. The more I think of it, the less capable I am of objectively […]

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  • Of the three dogs we’ve had over the past dozen or so years, only one of them remained after this past year. Victor, 14, died on January 5, 2006, after being run over by a car that he was unable to hear or avoid. Jack, 13, died on January 30, […]

    R.I.P. OD

    Of the three dogs we’ve had over the past dozen or so years, only one of them remained after this past year. Victor, 14, died on January 5, 2006, after being run over by a car that he was unable to hear or avoid. Jack, 13, died on January 30, […]

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  • Roger Bennett, prominent Southern gospel pianist for the legendary Cathedrals Quartet, co-founder and pianist for the Legacy Five, and loved son, husband, and father passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2007 at the age of 48. Roger started with the legendary Cathedrals in 1979 as a young, nervous piano player, […]

    In Memory of Roger Bennett

    Roger Bennett, prominent Southern gospel pianist for the legendary Cathedrals Quartet, co-founder and pianist for the Legacy Five, and loved son, husband, and father passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2007 at the age of 48. Roger started with the legendary Cathedrals in 1979 as a young, nervous piano player, […]

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  • I’ve just recently become a gun guy. After my aunt was robbed and beaten back in August, I made it a point to become armed and learn how to defend myself from the trash of the world. My first gun, which I highly recommend for anyone looking to get started […]

    The first thing I’m buying when I get back to work…

    I’ve just recently become a gun guy. After my aunt was robbed and beaten back in August, I made it a point to become armed and learn how to defend myself from the trash of the world. My first gun, which I highly recommend for anyone looking to get started […]

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  • January 30th is a date that I always hate to see coming on the calendar, and this year it marks the fifty anniversary of my dad’s death. But there’re only ten minutes left, so it’ll be over soon enough.

    Five years to the day

    January 30th is a date that I always hate to see coming on the calendar, and this year it marks the fifty anniversary of my dad’s death. But there’re only ten minutes left, so it’ll be over soon enough.

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  • In today’s world, there doesn’t seem to really be many shining examples of leadership. I don’t personally believe we’ve had a credible leader since Ronald Reagan graced the nation by sitting in the Oval Office, and in the years since the end of his last term there have been very […]

    Gen. George S. Patton – A Real American Hero

    In today’s world, there doesn’t seem to really be many shining examples of leadership. I don’t personally believe we’ve had a credible leader since Ronald Reagan graced the nation by sitting in the Oval Office, and in the years since the end of his last term there have been very […]

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  • I occasionally get in on conversations concerning little-seen movies that ruled. Often I hear the question, “is Last Action Hero any good?” You’re darn tootin’, it is! I love this movie, and by the end of this, you’ll want to watch it, too. First of all, some history: Last Action […]

    Last Action Hero: it’s a good movie, no matter who says otherwise

    I occasionally get in on conversations concerning little-seen movies that ruled. Often I hear the question, “is Last Action Hero any good?” You’re darn tootin’, it is! I love this movie, and by the end of this, you’ll want to watch it, too. First of all, some history: Last Action […]

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  • I was listening to Laura Ingraham’s show this afternoon…which, if you’re a listener, I can explain it as a weird oddity of the local talk station: one hour comes on at 9 and the other at 2 after Limbaugh. The show featured an exchange between Wolf Blitzer and Vice President […]

    Committing to What’s Right

    I was listening to Laura Ingraham’s show this afternoon…which, if you’re a listener, I can explain it as a weird oddity of the local talk station: one hour comes on at 9 and the other at 2 after Limbaugh. The show featured an exchange between Wolf Blitzer and Vice President […]

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  • First post of 2007…zippity doo dah. There’s more important stuff to talk about. We had some really nasty weather going on late Thursday/early Friday morning. I was in the middle of typing something around 2am…ish when the power went out. Since my laptop’s in the shop, I was using the […]

    Grace in the new year

    First post of 2007…zippity doo dah. There’s more important stuff to talk about. We had some really nasty weather going on late Thursday/early Friday morning. I was in the middle of typing something around 2am…ish when the power went out. Since my laptop’s in the shop, I was using the […]

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