I think I learned how to read before anything else. In 1st or 2nd grade, we had reading books that we did activities in. I got way ahead of everyone else, so the teacher sent a note to my Mom telling her to slow me down! Better then a note saying I was being bad...
Saturday, November 27, 2010
Can find something bad in the best of events. I have a few friends who could find bad in the second coming of Christ. Then you also have the people who bitch and moan about every little problem they have, and when you try to give them advice, do they listen? HELL NO. People, if you’re gonna think bad about everything, you deserved to be depressed, and if you’re gonna complain about everything and not listen to advice, SHUT UP!
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
This article is about A New Jersey pastor who ordered the married members of his staff to get rid of their Facebook accounts or face being fired. He thinks that this is too much temptation and will cause them to have affairs with old flames, or start an affair with a new person. In our opinion, this is going a bit too far. An employer has no right to tell an employee what they can do in their private time. Also, if a person has to start an affair, whether it's online or otherwise, their marriage might already have problems. Sounds like those who think that kids that watch a lot of tv and play a lot of video games are automatically going to become violent.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
I was reading this article about 2 ministers that have abandoned Christianity and became Athiests, but still perform their church duties. My question is: if you don't believe in God anymore, why be the spiritual advisor and minister to people who do believe? It's a good thing that these guys didn't want their identities to be shown, or else they would be in big trouble! The idea of an Athiest being a minister is like a Republican being given a leadership role in the Democratic party.
Tuesday, November 09, 2010
Here Are Some Of The Fine Republicans Elected Last Week:
Florida Governor Elect Rick Scott: Owner of a company under investigation for Medicare fraud
Wisconsin Senator Elect Ron Johnson: Defended pedophile priests and the Catholic Church cover up
Back to Florida: Congressman elect David Rivera, under investigation for domestic violence.
And still in Fla: Allen West, who confessed to killing Iraqi civilians while in the Army, now on his way to Congress
Saturday, November 06, 2010
Monday, November 01, 2010
Tomorrow is election day in the US. If you’re registered to vote, get out and do it! If you’re Republican, Democrat, or Independent, it doesn’t matter! there are going to be several close races, and every vote will count. if you don’t vote and don’t like the results, don’t complain!