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January 9, 2014

Really Bad Bible Interpretation: The Alef Tav Sermon

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Really Bad Bible Interpretation: The Alef Tav Sermon

I’ve been a professor of Old Testament for twenty-one years now, and in my profession you run into some very strange and, often, ridiculous interpretations of the Bible.

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March 1, 2010

KD Lang “Crying” – Roy Orbison

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There’s something about KD Lang’s style of artistry. There’s something about Roy Orbison’s song writing. I really like both. Here is a combination of the two that always turns my crank:

February 24, 2010

TJ Thyne of “Bones” – Validation

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A creative, concept film by TJ Thyne of Fox Network’s “Bones” showing the power of validation: If you have 16 minutes, watch it. If not, watch it anyway. It has over 3,000,000 YouTube hits.

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February 22, 2010

Random Facts with Rockstar Raquel

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I was just illustrating a point with someone and used this video that I had seen a couple months ago. I loved the video then and I love it now. I just watched it again a couple of times because of the creativity involved.
Good job Raquelita. Let me share it with you. And, by the way…

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February 20, 2010

E-Trade Baby Favorite

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Back to a lighter side.  I love the e-trade baby commercials.  And the new batch for 2010 are cute and funny.  However, I have to say that this one is still my
all time favorite:

February 19, 2010

Meditation Video

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Another room in my mind is the place I relax and meditate.  Here’s a video I just made that helps you do that:

February 15, 2010

Tim Tebow and Pro Choice

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I have personal feelings about the issues of Pro Choice vs. Pro Life….or so it’s called.  The Florida Gator, Tim Tebow has taken some very strong, commited stands about his faith.  I respect that.  But, the meanderings of my mind right now isn’t so much about being Pro Choice or Pro Life, it’s about the very term, “Pro Choice.”  Pro Choice, by it’s very definition, assumes that the person making the choice is going to be given the right of knowing all sides of the question.  If a group of people is truely taking a stand for a woman (or man) having the rights to make their own decision regarding life, or death of an unborn child, why are they threatened by the presentation of real life experiences being added to the mix of good information.  Isn’t pro choice the right to choose based on ALL the information?  Just sayin’…
If you haven’t seen the Superbowl Tim Tebow ad, here it is:

February 12, 2010

Weird Cat In My Brain

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Now this is strange!  It just snuck into (sneaked into) my brain.  Maybe putting it here will transfer it to your brain:

February 10, 2010

Men Are Better Than Women…

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A blog adventure in the scary place known as “Gary’s Mind”

Why would you want to subscribe to the blog of a male chauvenast pig???  Cuz…I’m not.  I just ran out of room on the title line.  Let’s try that again:

Men Are Better Than Women At Getting Their Needs Met

Still not convinced??

Watch this very humerous (and accurate) clip by Connie Podesta:

February 8, 2010

Head Slap Commercial – NCIS

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And my second favorite Superbowl 2010 commercial goes to (drum roll)…The head slap vs the handshake:


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