So many forget the basics.
Rudolph accepting all the other reindeers’ love after years of not letting him join their reindeer games was an act of extreme forgiveness.
This is lengthy, but really worth it. (As always, you can click the pic to see it larger.) Hasidim: a sect of Orthodox Jews that arose out of a pietistic movement originating in eastern Europe in the second half of the 18th century; a sect that follows the Mosaic law strictly. —WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart […]
This site’s previous meme on the subject: Build the Wall …which got shockingly few shares (or comments). This is #1 of 3 Reagan quotes this week.
Reportedly posted at a church in Ireland. Thank you very much.
In this day and age we can pick and choose to be or not to be just about anything we want … and then we can change our minds again (or let other people do it for us). BUT, if I had to choose, the God of lightning seems pretty bada** and he gets a […]
“I’m sure the universe is full of intelligent life. It’s just been too intelligent to come here.” –Clarke
While I don’t solicit memes, preferring to find them myself, Bruce in Canada sent me this one yesterday with these comments: Seen this? I like your memes and randoms. While not really “picking on” the folks of Islam, they did present an opportunity for humour with a sharp point. All religion seems to have that aspect […]
“Activist”? If they say so. Ferroni is a history teacher at Union (N.J.) High School, named one of Men’s Fitness magazine’s “25 Fittest Men in the World” and People magazine’s “Sexiest Teacher Alive” …though it’s unclear whether or not that’s really a good thing.
Engraving by John C. McRae, 1867. This is a particularly apt tale for an “alternative facts” meme since the ironic thing about the George Washington “Cannot tell a lie” story is, it was completetly made up by itinerant minister Mason Locke Weems, an early Washington biographer. Weems sought to capitalize on Washington’s death in 1799, […]