Thursday, December 30, 2010


This post is directed to the few of you Jews who are descended from Abraham and not from the nephilem.

You have heard of and probably know people who have become messianic Jews or Jews For Jesus as they are sometimes referred. Perhaps you fit into this catigory yourself. Whichever catigory you belong to, I just want to tell you that messianic Judaism isn't Christianity.

In John 3, Jesus told Nicodemus, a pharisy, one of your ancestors who was a big wheel in the Jewish community back then, that he had to be born again. In other words, he had to stop doing things his way and start doing them Jesus's way. Nicodemus couldn't do this by just resolving that he was going to live according to what Jesus said. If he did this, he would be acting solely under his own power and he would fail. No, in order to be born again, Nicodemus had to repent. Repentance is what everyone, Jew and non-Jew must do in order to have salvation in Jesus Christ. You turn to God and ask for forgiveness for the bad things you've done. You let Him guide your life, instead of you exclusively trying to control things.

You say you believe that Jesus is the messiah? Good. Now, here is what you must do. You must repent; ask God to forgive you of your sins and tell him you want His will to be done in your life. After that, you must be baptized, emerced in water. This is the other necissary part of having your sins taken away after repentance. In repentance, you die to yourself. In baptism, you are buried with Him as 1 Peter says and you resurrect out of the water a new creature.

I can not urge strongly enough any Jews who sincerely believe that Jesus is the messiah to take the final steps of repentance and baptism. Don't delay, lest the devil snatch the idea from your heart.


By E. Randall Floyd. Augusta, Ga: Harbor House, 2000.

This commentary is not meant to be a criticism of E. Randall Floyd or “100 Of The World’s Greatest Mysteries.” I agree with the position Floyd takes in the foreword to this book, namely that we don’t know everything and lots of things, like the subjects discussed here, are still worth investigating. I am merely stating my beliefs on some of the topics the author discusses.

The Fires Of Heaven: There is no way the big bang theory can be true. Nothing exploded and created everything?

The Bantu creation story says that one day their god got sick and vomited up all living things. Some of the people were white. How could this story have included white people when the Bantu didn’t even know about white people until a few centuries ago?

The Apache say the earth was created because a little child needed a home. How could a child fend for herself all alone on the earth?

Death Of The Dinosaurs: The dinosaurs never actually became extinct. There have been reports of taridactiles in the swamps of Africa, as well as many lizard-like creatures. Kent Hovind has a lot of good information on this topic, as does Bill Gibbins, the dinosaur hunter.

Twilight Of Nianderthall: According to Kent Hovind, a lot of the skeletons of early humans were homo sapions with diseases.

Doomsday Stars: I don’t think an object from space will hit the earth and bring an ultimate end to all life. The book of Revelation talks about burning stars falling from Heaven during the tribulation period. These could either be asteroids or nuclear devices. I think they are more likely nuclear devices.

Kent Hovind also thinks a meteor striking the earth was part of the flood.

Adam And Eve In The New World: I don’t know if Adam and Eve specifically visited the New World, nor do I know exactly how the Indians got here (probably by crossing the Berring Strait as most people believe.) However, there is evidence that Europeans were in North America as many as 3500-4000 years ago. For a good exposition of this topic, see “America B.C.” by Barry Fell.

The Pharaoh’s Curse: A lot of people connected to the excavation of King Tut’s tomb have met with bad ends. When Tutankhamen put the curse on the tomb, he would have invoked the Egyptian gods, in reality demons of Satan. Supernatural powers have a big influence in our world, even if some people think they don’t.

Beneath The Lair Of The Svinx: The riddle of the svinx has always had a melancholy aspect to it for me. A man starts out walking on four legs, then walks on half that many legs, but then ends up walking on one and a half times the number he was using before. People start out as helpless babies, become independent and, unfortunately, sometimes end their lives like helpless babies.

A Dark And Cruel Past: God did not tell the Israelites to sacrifice their children. When He speaks about dedicating and consecrating children to Him, He is merely talking about performing a special ceremony. What about all the passages where God condemns people for sacrificing their children? It wasn’t just the Carthagineans who practiced child sacrifice regularly: most ancient pagan cultures did.

Stonehenge Decoded: I’m not sure who built Stonehenge or what every one of it’s uses were, but it was definitely used as a calendar and a temple. We know of this because of experiments conducted at Stonehenge on the winter solstice.

In This Sign Shalt Thou Conquer: Constantene never totally converted to Christianity. Of course he still continued to worship Mythrus. The Catholic church continues to worship Mythrus to this day.

The Romans couldn’t destroy Christianity by feeding Christians to the lions, but they did a pretty good job (though of course they didn’t entirely succeed) when Constantene gave Christianity the same status as all other legitimate religions. He built official buildings for the Christians to worship in, decorated their facades and put fountains in front of them. Baptism was eliminated, and it eventually got so all you had to do to become a Christian was to join a church. Christians became almost indistinguishable from everybody else.

Star Crossed Voyagers: Extraterrestrial creatures-either aliens or demons-must have visited the Dogan tribe. How else to explain their astronomical knowledge when other Africans are so profoundly ignorant about everything?

The Crystal Skull Of Doom: Crystal skulls seem Satanic and occultish to me.

Viracocha The Magnificent Stranger: Jesus didn’t visit Columbia. Viracocha can not be Jesus. Viracocha destroyed a hostile village with fire; Jesus told his disciples that if a town did not accept them, they should leave that town, even shaking the dust off their shoes.

The Once And Future King: King Arthur probably existed. He was probably a good king whose history got mixed up with a whole bunch of myth.

Bigfoot And His Hairy Kin: Sasquatches must exist. There’ve been too many sightings in too many places for them not to be real.

Monsters Of The Deep: Though many sea monsters are clearly made up, there’s good cryptozological evidence that there are creatures inhabiting the seas and lakes of this planet.

Winged Terrors: A lot of those large birds were probably taridactiles.

Here There Be Dragons: Similarly, a lot of the legends about dragons probably sprang from true stories about dinosaurs.

Nosferatu: Curse Of The Undead: There may be living vampires who suck blood. I heard a caller on Coast To Coast once whose story made me wonder.

There are also demonic creatures that appear like humans who are vampiric in nature. They suck energy from people and leave human beings feeling weary and discouraged.

Shape Shifters And Werecreatures: The idea that people can transform into other things is ungodly. God created creatures as what they were.

Amelia Earhart’s Ride Into Oblivion: Most likely Amelia Earhart crashed into the sea and drowned.

D.B. Cooper, Where Are You?: Dan Cooper didn’t harm anyone … apart from skyjacking an airplane!

Toward The Light: A lot of near-death experiences can be explained by a natural occurrence which takes place in the brain. Others cqan be explained by demons.

Dance Of The Dopelganger: I don’t know if everyone in the world has an exact look-alike. People of other races all look alike to me. Plus, there are only a certain number of types of faces to go around.

“If This Is Dying, It Ain’t So Bad”: I have heard of a few experiences where people have escaped death. For example, a guy in our church once fell off the back of a truck and landed on his head. When he wqas examined at the hospital, he was found to have absolutely no damage.

Angels In Blue And Gray: I have heard of other Civil War sites being haunted.

The President From Beyond The Grave: If some ghosts are the spirits of people who have been murdered, than it seems possible that Lincoln’s ghost haunts the White House.

That reminds me of a joke:

One night, Barack Obama is visited by the ghost of George Washington. Obama asks Washington’s ghost, “What’s the best thing I can do for my country?” Washington replies, “Be a shining example of a leader like I was.” The next night, Obama is visited by the ghost of Thomas Jefferson. He again asks, “What’s the best thing I can do for my country?” Jefferson replies, “Cut taxes.” The next night, Obama is visited by the ghost of Abraham Lincoln. He asks Lincoln, “What’s the best thing I can do for my country?” Lincoln replies, “Go see a play.”

Symphonic Spirits: I think Schumann was possessed by demons.

Flying Saucer Mania: I believe aliens exist. However, I don’t think they’re going to invade. They probably just visit here every so often to observe us. People have been seeing UFOs for thousands of years. If aliens were going to invade, they would have done it before now.

It’s also pretty hard to believe they continually abduct people to perform the same experiments over and over again.

There is a definite occult belief out there that aliens will come down and solve all our problems. I knew someone who believed this. When I heard her talk about it or I hear people on “Coast To Coast” talk about how aliens are coming soon to usher in a better world, I just think about how bucking ridiculous it sounds. Also, a Nazi scientist said that those who run the world were going to use communism, nationalism, terrorism, and aliens to advance the new world order.

Let us not forget Ronald Reagan’s speech about how all humanity’s problems would seem small if we were invaded by creatures from outer space.

Circles Of The Gods: Crop circles could be an optical illusion.

Piltdown Man: I would not have wanted to be a schoolteacher who was a Christian at the time the Piltdown Man hoax was going around. How horrible it must have been to be a Christian science teacher back then. You can be assured that, unless they repented, the teachers who taught children Piltdown Man was real and definite proof of evolution are burning in hell.

Flat Earthers: Here’s an experiment these flat earthers should try. Charter a plane in, let’s say, Vancouver. Then fly across the Pacific, across Asia, across Europe, across the Atlantic, then across North America and back to Vancouver. If the earth were flat, you couldn’t do that.

Christians have always known the Earth is round. The book of Isaiah talks about “the circle of the earth.”

Search For Noah’s Ark: Noah’s ark might be in Turkey where they found that piece of gopher wood years ago.

Shroud Of Turin: The Shroud of Turin can’t be the burial cloth of Jesus. The shroud has the impressions of a beard pressed into it, and the Bible says they plucked Jesus’s beard. Also, if there were a burial cloth with the blood of Jesus on it, that would mean someone could clone Jesus. God would not let that happen.

The Devil’s Triangle: There haven’t been any ships or planes lost in the Bermuda Triangle since the 1950’s and those that were lost before that time were lost for other reasons.

The Lindberg Tragedy: Charles Lindberg’s son was kidnapped by the Jews to teach Lindberg a lesson about criticizing them. When he continued to criticize them after the kidnapping, they probably said to him, “Look, we kidnapped your firstborn child, we can kidnap your second.”

Not Even God Can Sink This Mighty Ship: The Titanic wasn’t built properly. The rudder was too small to turn the ship around.

Nostradomis: The prophecies of Nostradomis are too vague to make any sense out of.

The Spear Of Destiny: The Roman soldier didn’t kill Jesus; he was already dead. The soldier just poked the spear into his side.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010


By Paul Zane Pilzer. New York: John Wiley And Sons, Inc., 2002.

Why We Need A Revolution: I have no doubt there is a conspiracy between the food industry and the drug industry.

Soy milk isn’t actually very good for you.

I wouldn’t put things such as nutritional supplements and fitness clubs in the same category as cosmetic surgery and Viagra.

What You Need To Know About Food: The manipulation of our food supply wasn’t done with incidious intent? Are you kidding?

Making Your Fortune In Food: These days, most farms are owned by corporations, not “rich farmers.”

The reason milk is so bad for you these days and doesn’t prevent osteoperosis is because it is pasteurized and has had other things done to it to give it a longer shelf life. People should drink raw milk instead.

I bet Mama Cass was one of the warmest people in the world, given how fat she was. Heat in the winter, baby.

Most soy beans nowadays are genetically modified.

Making Your Fortune in Wellness Distribution: People are bucking goofy, though. They’ll spend hundreds of dollars on a vacation. However, they won’t spend 80 dollars on a nutritional supplement that could help their arthritis because it’s not covered by their company health plan. People won’t buy a certain kind of supplement even though it has better bioavailability because it isn’t in pill form an thus takes a whole thirty seconds longer to take. People will complain they don’t like the fiz that comes when a supplement in powder form is dissolved in water but they drink pop and beer.

Epilogue: Unlimited Wellness: Adam Smith was an occultist who is burning in hell.

Appendix A: In a way, there is no such thing as good and bad fat. The problem is our society doesn’t work it off.

The Body Mass Index is misleading because they keep lowering the number at which a person qualifies as obese. Also, a person with little body fat and a large muscle mass should not be called overweight by any stretch of the imagination.

Appendix B: If Monkeyboy has his way, if you have a preexisting medical condition, they’ll kill you.

Friday, December 24, 2010


By Betsy Hardt. New York: G.P. Putnam Sons, 2005.

Introduction: Since a little dose of healthy suspicion is always a good thing, it should be noted that Betsy Hardt is divorced. Apparently, her husband one day “unexpectedly left the family.” Did he just up and take off? It’s possible. In the past, men have gotten the urge to chuck their families and take off for the open road or the sea. However, let us consider another possibility. It takes two to tango. Could the breakup of the Hardt family have been like a giant old growth tree? Termites ate at it for years and it got weaker and weaker. Then one day it finally collapsed. The collapse itself was sudden, but events had been leading up to it for years. Could Betsy’s husband, Ben, have been unhappy in their marriage for years before he finally decided to leave one day? If so, was this due to dissatisfaction solely on Ben’s part, or did Betsy also have something to do with it? In hindsight, are their things Betsy could have done to save her marriage? If Hardt wasn’t being a good wife and thus caused her husband to leave her, should you trust what she has to say? I’m not saying don’t listen to her, I’m just trying to inject a healthy bit of suspicion into you, so that you might be wary of what you read.

Hardt got divorced for the sake of integrity. So she thought it was the right thing to do? Couldn’t she and Ben have tried to work things out?

This post will take the position that “It Takes A Parent”, while it contains many true statements and much good advice, does not go far enough. The problems with today’s children go deeper than a culture of permissive parents, though this certainly is a huge contributing factor.

In the introduction, Hardt says that the aim of the book is partly to get parents to raise their children in the way which the parent sees fit. Truthfully, though, you should raise your children in the way God would have you to raise them. If you don’t know how God would have you to raise your children, then you better get about finding out.

Kids Gone Wild: Early in this chapter, Hardt brings up the infamous school shooting at Columbine High School. There’s good evidence to suggest that Columbine was staged. The principal was having lunch with the chief of police that morning. Certain students were told not to come to school that day. How do you get that many guns and bombs into a school anyway?

The school shooters—I’ve never cared to remember those bucker’s names—were demon possessed. They were into Satanic video games and admirers of the Nazis. They were also followers of Charles Darwin. This is shown in the fact that their jackets said NATURAL SELECTION. They hated Christianity and shot two students because they were Christians.

It’s not just something in the Texas water, but the increase in aggressive behaviour in children of ages five and six is in part due to substances in the water such as floride, bacteria and heavy metals. It’s also due to chemicals in food. Have you seen the kinds of poor diets even kids from middle class households have these days? This is to say nothing of the pressed meat school cafeterias term a healthy meal.

The increase in violent behaviour is also due to Satanic influences such as Harry Potter. (Oh wait, I forgot, it’s not Satanic even though J.K. Rowling took mythology in university and even though witches say it’s accurate.)

The older generation has always been complaining about the younger generation. This is what people say when they don’t want to face the fact that things have gotten statistically worse.

“Even though parents are too permissive, today’s children will turn out all right.” Oh really? If Ellen Griswald is given a reward everytime she does what she’s asked, then what will happen one day years from now when she meets someone who won’t reward her for doing what she’s supposed to do? Will she then become aggressive and beat up or shoot that person?

It’s like niggers. Today’s children want credit for doing what they’re supposed to do.

Satan wants your children. He wants to drag them deep down into the muck of sin and the lifestyle he would prefer for them. Haven’t you figured this out yet?

It is near impossible to find a G rated movie that doesn’t have bathroom humour or sexual innuendo in it. Also, lots of children’s movies are just plain propaganda. Take Shreck, for example. That franchise has the character of Princess Fiona, who acts very unladylike at times. The Jews have been trying to destroy our ladies for decades now, and the Jew Mike Myers who produces the Shreck series is no exception.

Perseverance: Mission Possible: People don’t want to persevere these days. They want “solve this problem in sixty seconds” or “three easy steps.” They want instant gratification and for everything to be quick and easy.

Do you actually believe that Todd Beamer thing? Yes, I know it’s nice to think about that Niel Young song and them saying “let’s roll” before taking on the Islamic terrorists. Sure, never mind the fact that you couldn’t use a cell phone at that altitude in 2001. I know what the last thing on the mind of the stewardess on Flight 93 was: the dessert cart.

What, a four year old can’t learn to read? Of course they can.

Hardt would call herself a Christian, but the whole getting divorced thing causes me to question that. Betsy Hardt’s a Christian and Sarah Palen’s a committed stay-at-home mom.

The story on page 42 and 43 might have something to do with why Ben left the family.

I don’t blame adult children for moving back in with mom and dad because there aren’t any jobs and the cost of living just gets higher all the time. It was bad even back in 2005 when this book was written.

I’m On Your Side, (What’s A Parent For. Anyway?): These days, we equate being on someone’s side or being a friend or being good with agreeing with whatever someone wants to do, whether they’re right or wrong.

One reason parents don’t like to exercise authority is because most people are whimps. The other reason is our society now believes there’s no such thing as absolute truth. Throwing a temper tantrum because I didn’t get invited to the birthday party might not be the right thing for me to do, but it might be right for my child so who am I to say she’s wrong.

It’s All About Me-Not!: It’s probably just a coincidence that Peter’s teacher had the class make All About Me posters. It has nothing to do with the fact that the public school system is part of helping to create a new world order where people are too selfish to care or look out for one another.

You don’t have to teach a child to be egotistical. A baby is naturally narcicistic, partly because it has to depend on adults for everything. The danger comes in not teaching the child to care about other people as soon as they’re old enough to start doing so. Teaching caring and unselfishness should start from infancy.

Our Children, Our Idols: The reason parents these days idolize their children is because they’ve bought into the lie that humans are evil and just wreck the environment so they only have a couple children.

There are actually a lot of child abductions which take place that aren’t reported. “I wish I were an Oscar Myer wiener” isn’t just a cute song.

Of course in the schools these days it’s all about social promotion so the kids don’t feel bad they don’t get to move on to the next grade with their friends.

I will not have you disparaging attachment parenting! Just because these parents believe in baby wearing (which doesn’t mean they all do it all the time), co-sleeping and extended nursing doesn’t mean they idolize their children or don’t discipline them properly. Yeah, attachment parenting is wrong even though parents all over the world have been doing it for thousands of years. Would you say that all the members of primitive tribes are overindulged people who think too highly of themselves because mothers in these tribes practice attachment parenting?

The goal of attachment parenting is to show the child that the parent is there for them. It doesn’t necessarily mean that parents who practice attachment parenting never let their kids experience frustration or disappointment. Once they get more mobile, attachment parenting will typically be practiced less in the home. Attachment parenting was probably practiced in western society for centuries, and not just because of poverty. Even if it wasn’t practiced in the western world until recently, does that mean the eastern world was wrong for doing it for these past millennia?

Oh yeah, and nice bucking cop-out: “I feel a mom and dad should practice attachment parenting if that’s what they are called to do” after labeling moms who practice attachment parenting “fiber moms” and describing them as typical of the pushover parents you write about in your book.

One of the reasons parents purchase Baby Einstein dvds is because it’s easier to just pop the kids in front of the TV to have them learn stuff than it is to teach them about the world by going around with them and telling them about things.

The Jews are going to tell us how to raise our kids? Their children are all whiny, ungrateful, lazy, intemperate Jewish princes and princesses.

The Self Delusion Of Self Esteem: “Being praised for everything makes you feel lousy. If you get praise for everything, what’s worth doing?” If everybody’s special, ain’t nobody special.

People with high self esteem are less likely to be racist? Hitler thought fairly highly of himself and he was pretty racist.

The public school system isn’t designed to teach things like math. It’s designed to fill the kid’s heads up with things like self esteem and “don’t be racist.”

Misbehaviour And Other Matters Of The Heart: “Criticize the child’s behaviour but not the child.” This goes right along with “love the sinner but hate the sin”, which I’m not sure how you can do that all the time.

You don’t have to teach a child to be selfish or unkind.

Actually, these days if an 8 year old stood up to bullies who were teasing his friend, he’d probably be disciplined for standing up to the bullies and handling the problem himself rather than just telling a teacher instead.

You need to teach your children that they have a sin nature which comes from the devil and a good nature which comes from God. There is a constant conflict in their hearts between these two natures. They need to learn to overcome their sin nature with their good nature.

Calvin taught the total depravity of man, which I can’t seem to find in the Bible. Sure, there is no question man is pretty depraved. However, it seems to me we have both a sin nature and a good nature. Otherwise, how do we do any ultruistic good?

Oppositional defiance disorder is the biggest load of bull I have ever heard. Hey, bud, you’re kid’s just a little brat. Other cases of oppositional defiance disorder can include such things as: Does your child question authority? Does he believe certain people in authority might be out to hurt him? Do you teach him that there are people in the world who want to bring about a new world order? You should teach your kids: “If an adult tells you to do something, even if and especially if they’re someone in authority like a pastor or a teacher or an army colonel, and it feels creepy or not right, than question them or refuse to obey them.”

No wonder our children are so depressed. They have to go to school and learn they came from a monkey and before that a one-celled organism in some primordial soup. They get their heads filled with all this environmentalist garbage which teaches them that all humans do is wreck the planet and that a tree is more valuable than they are.

When Did No Become A Dirty Word?: Throughout this book, Hardt repeats the refrain, “Do you want your child’s future spouse to be like that?” Another angle to this is you’re going to have to live with these kids. Twenty-five years from now, do you want to live in a world of children who’ve ruled their households, been praised for everything they do, had excuses made for all their bad behaviour, and never been told no?

Who Chose To Give Kids So Many Choices?: My sister and I never had a set bedtime. We always just got into bed and went to sleep. I would prefer to teach my children to listen to their bodies.

As regards the example of the snow cones given at the beginning of the chapter, children of that age really aren’t mature enough to know what they want out of a whole plethora of choices. Things like the “have it your way” option at Burger King work because adults are mature enough to know what they like on a burger. They’re also hopefully mature enough to realize they’re going to have to make a choice when they get there and likewise start thinking about it on the way.

Also, a four year old, for example, isn’t mature enough to understand the difference between wanting something because they legitimately want it and wanting something because someone else wants it.

Children who are allowed to make choices about everything must be really miserable. They know they’re out of their depth on so many of these decisions, but Mommy and Daddy want them to make a choice. Really, they’d rather have their parents decide for them.

These days when it comes to discourse and opinions on things, we get a theory in our heads, and anyone who disagrees with us should be put in jail. Global warming is a good example of this. Because people know a little, they think they know it all. Some of these people must have been the kind of kids who were expected to participate in conversations at dinner parties with adults. They expressed an opinion on politics or something they’d heard from their parents or someone else. Then they were praised for having an opinion or even having heard of politics. Well, if you get praise for having heard of something, there’s no need to investigate it further, so these kids grew up thinking because they knew a little, that was good enough and they thus knew everything about a given subject.

Led Zeppelin And The Culture Wars: Led Zeppelin actually had a lot of lyrics that had to do with Satanic or occult themes.

I have exposed my sister to lots of different kinds of music, and want to do likewise for my children. What about exposing your children to the music of artists like Glen Miller, Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong? What about exposing them to music from around the world?

The verse in 1 Timothy is taken out of context. Paul is talking about food.

Hardt doesn’t follow her own advice when it comes to whether children should have phones, TVs and computers in their rooms. Up to now, she’s spent the chapter saying that we need to teach our children values, rather than just restricting things, but she won’t allow her children to ever have the above-mentioned itims in their rooms. Why not allow the phones, computers and televisions, but teach the kids to be careful about the friends they choose and what they watch on TV or look up on the internet?

Hardt defends the public school system, with the usual token proviso that she supports parent’s choices to choose a private school or home school. She says her children’s public school in Virginia was wonderful, Yet she mentions two bad things for one good thing about the school.

This part makes absolutely no bucking sense. Hardt has just spent the entire book thus far talking about how today’s children rule their households, get praise for everything and are allowed to indulge their feelings to the max. If you have your children around children like Hardt describes six hours a day for ten months of the year, are they going to emulate you or the other children? If your children are in a culture that encourages this six hours a day, how do you think they’re going to turn out?

I’m not saying you should keep children entirely sheltered from the world, because they are going to be exposed to the sinful ways of the world one way or the other. However, am I at least allowed to minimize it to some degree? Just like with attachment parenting, even though I know my children are going to experience frustration and disappointment in life, am I at least allowed, OH GREAT AND OMNIPOTENT BETSY HARDT, to minimize it to some degree?

One of the main goals of the public school system is to untrain children from the values their parents have instilled in them. Key players in the new world order have admitted this.

Before going to school, a child will be all like, “I love Jesus. I love Mommy and Daddy.” Then after they’ve been to school a few weeks, they’ll start talking back and throwing more temper tantrums, just like the other kids.

Hardt really exhibits some classic double think in this chapter.

“Children should be taught that divorce is a horrible thing.” Do as you say and not as you do, eh Betsy? It doesn’t count as a widow or a widower if you chose to end the marriage.

Divorce is a reflection of the prevailing attitudes of our society: if something’s difficult, it’s not worth doing; and if something is not 100 percent to your liking, just quit.

I really don’t have any sympathy for divorced people.

The Matrix is a propagandizing flick which shows how the world actually is. People, like the characters in the films, live in a world which they think is real, but the outside real world is actually much different.

Some R rated movies really aren’t as bad as their rating would suggest. Take “The Patriot”, for example. Yes, it has a fair amount of violence in it, because it’s about a war.

To Spank Or Not To Spank: Vaccinations are dangerous.

Time-outs are to bad behaviour what Tylenol 3s are to pain and what “just say no” is to teen pregnancy.

Parenting experts think they know more than parents. Well, that’s exactly the point. In the nineteenth century, when people like Marx and Freud and Neeche came along, we eliminated God from our lives. Then psychology and conventional medicine and parenting experts sprang up. We needed new explanations for why we do what we do and new guidance on how to lead our lives.

The decree of the psychologists is, “You’re too dumb to know how you feel. Only we know how you feel, so we have to strip you down until we find out what’s wrong with you.”

The decree of the medical profession is, “You’re too dumb to know anything about how your body works. We’re the only ones who know how your body works.”

The decree of the parenting experts is, “You’re too dumb to know how to raise your children properly, so we have to instruct you in every little thing.”

These arrogant sons of bitches are wrecking our children today.

Challenge The Experts, For The Sake Of Your Child: The children could come see the guidance counselor if they had a problem? I thought guidance counselors just advised students about their careers.

Benjamin Spock was no more human than Spock off Star Trek.

The best thing you can do for your children is pray for them. Pray the Lord’s Prayer everyday, which says “lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil.” Also, pray over them every morning in the name of Jesus Christ.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FARCE (revised from an earlier post)

It has been nearly two years since the much-loved Canadian sketch comedy show Royal Canadian Air Farce went off the air.

Royal Canadian Air Farce premiered on CBC Radio on December 9, 1973. The cast consisted of comedians Roger Abbott, Don Ferguson, Lewba Goy, John Morgan, and Dave Broadfoot, who left Air Farce in 1985. Week after week, the show would do satirical sendups of politicians, as well as sketches about everyday life. In 1993, the comedy troupe began doing their show on CBC television, moving to television exclusively in the fall of 1997.

I first discovered Air Farce on the radio in 1994 and found it really funny. I'd listen at 10:30 on Saturday mornings on Cbc Stereo and again Sunday afternoons
at one on Cbc Radio.

I also watched the TV show from around when it first premiered, but I can't be sure when exactly.

Air Farce was good until the 97/98 season when they started being on TV only. Then the show got really dull and stupid. I think it was the late
John Morgan's fault. With his accent, he couldn't do very good impressions of most of the people he was impersonating. Then there was the stupid Mike
from Canmore sketch. That was originally supposed to be a one -trick pony on the radio show: some guy who calls a talk show and just says, "Hello ... I'm
Mike ... from Canmore." I didn't mind hearing it once, but when they started showing it week after week, it got annoying.

Then John Morgan retired and the show immediately got better. The additions of Craig Lozon, Allen Park, Jessica Holmes, and Penelope Coren raised the show
to heights it hadn't seen since probably its early days. One sketch in particular, with Jessica as a frustrated mother and Penelope as a little girl who looks at the world with a sense of wonder was very well acted and most enjoyable.

On the final episode, it seemed like they just wanted to get out of there.

The cast really hasn’t done much since the show ended.

Personally, I would like to see Air Farce come back with every living cast member, including the people who were never on the show but worked with the original cast in Air Farce’s previous incarnation, The Jest Society For Canada. That cast would include: Patrick Conlon, Gay Claitman, Martin Bronstein, Dave Broadfoot, and
the cast that was on the show itself. I would like to see it continue on until the last member is dead.

Episodes of Royal Canadian Air Farce can be purchased from ITunes.

Correction: Martin Bronstein was actually a member of the original radio cast as well.

After reading Roger and Don's book on "Air Farce", I understand why the show was the way it was. However, I still think having a majority of your sketches be news programs so you can look at the audience as you did on radio doesn't work well for television for two reasons.

First, a sketch comedy show needs to have a mixture of topical and nontopical sketches for the simple reason that, as someone once said, if you turn off the news for six months and then turn it back on, it'll be the same thing as six months ago.

Second, by the time the TV show premiered, the cast weren't right for the demographic that would be most interested in topical humour. They were middle-agedTorontonians. "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" and "Double Xposure" (the radio show, not the abomination that ran on CTV for a season and a half after the show left CBC) worked better because they were done by younger people (in the case of "22 Minutes) and childless, urban types (in the case of "Double Xposure") and played to the Newfoundland and Western Canadian sense of alienation respectively.

Also, If Lewba couldn't do news jokes, how come Brenda the Bingo Lady ran for so long instead of being killed off after a few sketches?

Saturday, November 27, 2010


The book choice in the October issue of Readers Digest is Charlie: the life of a homechild. We often hear about the home children, but we are never given many details. I didn't know they actually had inspectors who came around to the farms; I thought they just assigned a child to a family and left things alone.

There is an excerpt from Douglas Coupland's new book, Player One, in the October 11 issue of Maclean's. I wonder if, in ten years, we will all become like Rachel: humanoids with no personality or ability to understand things like humour or irony.

The October 25 issue of Maclean's has an article about the gender gap between males and females. Young women interviewed for the article view men in their twenties as lazy and think twenty-something men don't have their priorities straight. Maybe this is partially due to the fact that they know there're no jobs out there and the fact men know women will get promoted ahead of them because they are women.

The November 1 issue of Maclean's has an article about people in London being told to shovel their own snow this winter. Some Londoners are up in arms about it. They say, "What about the elderly or inferm who can't shovel their own snow?" or "It's our right to have the government shovel our snow for us." Uh, can't you shovel the snow for your neighbour's who are physically unable? It's your right to have the government shovel your snow? You've got to be kidding me. I have decided the entire population of the UK is collectively insane.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


Following is something from someone else's blog. My comments are in parenthesis.


Do we stand together on

In 21st century United Kingdom, “
remains a great evil to be eradicated on our long journey to the wonderful world where, at last, all have real equality.

Up to 600,000 public sector jobs are under threat. Around 65% of public sector workers are women and will bear the brunt of these job losses. Women pensioners
already suffer more poverty than men and public sector job losses and attacks on public sector pensions are likely to widen this gap even further. Women
are far more likely to pay the cost of cuts in benefits and tax credits. A staggering 72% of these cuts are paid for by women and 38% from men – according
to figures from the House of Commons library, commissioned by Labour MP Yvette Cooper.

(That's the thing about working for the government: it's a cushy job with good pay and security ... until you become a liability.)

The scale of this war on low paid women may even land the government in legal hot water. The Fawcett Society is taking the government to court arguing that
ministers are legally obliged to consider the impact of its budget measures on equality.

(War on low paid women? The British government is cutting these jobs because it's in debt up to its eyeballs, not because it hates poor women. I guess if people are going to be landing in hot water, the Faucet Society is the organization you want to have on hand. Ministers are obliged to consider the impact of the cuts on equality? That's political correctness for you: utterly bankrupt the country just so women and minorities can keep their jobs. Just because you're penniless doesn't mean you shouldn't quit paying them.)

The ConDems are clinging on to the bizarre idea that they are ‘progressive’, but as reports like this demonstrate, they are anything but. The clock is being
turned back to the days before a welfare state and women are expected to pay the bulk of the cost.

(It's always interesting when people talk about being "progressive." Progressing towards what exactly?)

The ConDem coalition says it may cut government departmental spending by between 25% and 40%. Both Cameron and Clegg claim these are fair cuts; ‘we’re all
in this together’ is their mantra. In fact, the financial times reports that the poorest 20% in society rely on public services for over 60% of their incomes,
but the richest 20% are barely affected, being 5 times less dependent on public spending for their incomes.

(Don't worry. By the time your government over there in merry old England gets through, almost everybody will be equally poor. It'll be like Russia before the supposed death of communism. Junk shops will sell things like old locker tags and used fish hooks. You'll go into a restaurant. They'll have two things on the menu and you'll only be able to get a small amount of one of them with your ration card/chip in your hand or forehead.)

Do we really believe in
? Or do we like the rhetoric of being a country that says we do, yet in action we don’t?

Does it matter?

Why should we care?

Saturday, October 23, 2010


Tonight, we got a call about a car running into a horse belonging to one of the Amish families that live around here. Later on, two slave-girls showed up at my door seeking freedom, and an elephant got ran over by a train.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010


by Waldemar S. Jeske. Nashville, Tn: Southern Publishing Association, 1967.

This book seems pretty far-fetched.

On August 2, 1914, Waldemar Jeske's family was ordered out of their village along with all the other German-Russian families in the Ukraine. They were forcibly sent to Siberia. I had not previously heard of this event.

Some of the events in this book seem pretty hard to believe, such as the Siberian prison guards not allowing the prisoners to weep, or poor Siberians being so hungry they took bites out of their own flesh.

This book is pretty interesting, though. It contains a lot of neat information about the Kirghis, one of the native tribes of Siberia.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010


This is probably the last year I'll be doing this. With the switch to digital coming next August 31, I won't be able to pull out the old analog TV with antenna on Labour Day to check out what changes CKWS and CHEX have made. Besides, with the two stations becoming more homogenized and adding more Cbc programming every year, monitoring their new schedules is frankly becoming less fun.

At 7:00 a.m., the two stations pick up a feed from CBCNN, whereas the main Cbc stations have Cbc 4 Kids. This is a good move on CKWS and CHEX's part. Kids shouldn't watch TV when they first get up in the morning.

From 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., there is really no change from last season:

8:00: infomercials
8:30: Life Today
9:00: Cbc 4 Kids
10:30: CKWS-infomercial; CHEX-Rod Hembrey
11:00: The People's Court
12:00: Cbc News
1:00: Oprah

At 3:30, both stations have "Vicky and Kristena's Grocery Bag" a cooking show which is quite entertaining. It is probably produced by Corus Entertainment, the station's parent company.

At 5:00, both stations have "The Insider." This is a good move since people can see the show right when they get home from work instead of waiting till after dinner.

At 11:35, both stations still show David Letterman, and CHEX still has multicultural programming on the weekends.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


In the editorial of the August issue of Chatalaine, the editor says the magazine has been talking to Canadian women to find out what they want in their magazine. They're trying to be all things to all women. They've got an article about the oppression of women in Africa next to an article titled "Making Over Your Makeup Bag."

An itim in the Nutrition section advises women to eat a Happy Meal rather than a Big Mack because it has fewer calories. I would advise people trying to loose weight not to eat fast food at all.

The Food section has recipes for a rehearsal dinner. Why do we have rehearsal dinners? We've been having weddings for thousands of years.

Thursday, September 16, 2010


The August 30-September 6 issue of Maclean's has an article about Brian Wilson's upcoming album of Gershwin music. Why do so many of these old rock stars have to put out albums of other people's music? Make something new!

In the same issue, there is an article about Japanese companies hiring retired workers. I admire people who are retirement age who keep working. A fair number of retired people seem unhappy.

There is also an article in the same issue about Ray Fleming's new biography of Peter Gzoski. Gzoski doesn't sound like he was a really good person, due to his arrogance, numerous affairs and poor performance as a father. However, I can't fault him for making up stories about his childhood on the radio. The number one rule of radio is keep it happy. People wouldn't have wanted to hear about how he grew up unpopular and with an absent father and mostly absent stepfather. They wanted to hear about him playing hockey and that he had a wonderful father. Making up things about himself was just part of Gzoski's on-air persona.


Famous children's authors Franklin W. Dixon and Carolyn Keene were killed today when the plane they were travelling on crashed in the jungles of Brazil.

Dixon was the author of the Hardy Boys detective series, Keene the author of the Nancy Drew detective series.

"They will be sorely missed," a spokesman for Siman And Schuster, the two's publisher said in a statement.

Franklin W. Dixon and Carolyn Keene were 143 and 140 years of age respectively.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010


The August 23 issue of Maclean's has an article about Mao Jin-Yu, the grandson of Chairman Mao. He's never actually done anything and is childish. He's like George W. Bush and Barack Obama combined.

In the same issue, there is an article about the reprinting of the Judy Bolton books. Judy Bolton was a contemporary of Nancy Drew. All the books were written by a Canadian woman. Unlike the Nancy Drew series, the criminals in the Judy Bolton stories were never entirely bad. That's the problem i find with a lot of Canadian literature and TV series: the "bad guys" are given too much sympathy. People want to see the hero or heroine defeat a really mean, dispicable villain.

The August 31-September 6 issue of Maclean's has an article about a woman who was stocked by a man for 36 years. He had a disturbed personality and "could find anything he wanted in the Bible." This sounds a lot like the father of a friend I had growing up. He had met my friend's mother and kept bugging her until she agreed to go on dates with him. He was a mental case who claimed to be a Christian, even though there were rumours and some potential evidence he abused his wife and children and his attendance of church consisted of watching Benny Hinn on Sunday mornings.

There is definitely a fine line between "pursuing a girl" and stocking.

Sunday, September 12, 2010


The August 16 issue of Maclean's has an article about feminist mothers with trashy daughters. According to the article, these children even hate the word feminism. Maybe one of the reasons these girls hate the feminist movement is they see what miserable bitches their moms are. The feminist movement has failed because of things like the Girls Gone Wild videos. It was never about providing freedom to women; it was always about money, destruction and control.

In the same issue, there is an article about a man in London, Ontario who makes custom trailer hitches. He'll make a hitch so you can tow a trailer using a midsize or compact car. I wonder if he could design a trailer hitch you could use on a smart car?

I totally agree with the editorial of the August 23 issue of Maclean's. The editorial is in favour of summer vacation, as opposed to year round school, which the editor cites as more costly. Year round school is just designed to get kids used to the kind of working conditions they'll experience when the new world order totally comes into effect. They'll work long hours every day, yearround without a break.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


The August 2-9 issue of Maclean's has an article about a saling instructor who promised his students a fun and enriching cruise but turned out to be cruel and abusive. His students were stuck at sea three times longer than promised, given very little food and constantly berated, among other things. Why did none of them mutiny? They probably could have taken him on.

In the same issue, Jacob Richler tries out a new, trendy drug popular among new agers. It causes horrible halucinations, vomiting and diarrhea. Why would anyone want to take that?

There is an article in the same issue about how hoola hooping has become popular among adults. Many people find twirling a hoop around their body to be good exercise. Even in high school gym class, we used to spin hoops around our ankles and wastes so I don't see why adults wouldn't think it's part of a good workout now.

Thursday, August 26, 2010


The June issue of Canadian Geographic has an article about the Ontario government planting trees. The writer is pretty one-sided. He doesn't really talk about the feelings of the people who live in the area where the trees are being planted.

The same issue has the winners of the Canadian Geographic Environmental Science awards, recognizing amateur scientists. This is really cool. So often in our society today, the perception is that you have to have a degree to do anything credible. It's great that these ordinary people are being recognized for their work in the field of science.

The July issue of Chatelaine has an article about a woman who delivered her baby through natural childbirth. The article says that the birthing process is easier when you're upright or lying on your side. This is because the force of gravity is with you. Why do you think some babies are born in vehicles on the way to the hospital? Because the women are sitting and the force of gravity helps the baby come out easier. Another good way to ease the delivery is to squat on a chair.


An interesting fact about AUGUST 2010

This AUGUST has





Two moons on 27th August 2010 

27th Aug the Whole World is waiting for.............  

Planet Mars will be the brightest in the night sky starting August. It will look as large as the full moon to the naked eye. This will culminate on Aug.
27 when Mars comes within 34.65M miles off earth. Be sure to watch the sky on Aug. 27 12:30 am. It will look like the earth has 2 moons.  

The next time Mars may come this close is in 2287.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010


by K. M. Peyton. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1984.

While on holiday in Greece, Jonathan Meredith is seduced by family friend and fellow schoolmate Iris Webster. After he has returned to his and Iris's boarding school, he learns Iris is pregnant. When the school administration finds out, they take away all the priveliges Jonathan enjoys as head prefect. Thus, Jonathan runs away to his friend Peter's, and the two friends end up living in an old farmhouse and training a horse for the Grand National. Along the way, Jonathan still has to contend with the manipulative Iris and Peter's girlfriend, Pip.

This book is thoroughly enjoyable. You feel like you're right there, back in the days of Thatcherism. You find yourself right in the books different settings: from the Greek islands, to the boarding school, to the English countryside.

Friday, August 13, 2010


I recently learned of the death of John Dellozer, long-time staff announcer and producer at TV Ontario.

I don't actually remember him being the staff announcer-the only one I remember is the guy who was staff announcer before Bob Boving. However, I have seen clips of him on YouTube doing id's and other announcements and I thought he was just fabulous.

His abilities were at a level which I think all broadcasting students should try to reach.

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Bolshevik Communists' Destruction of Baku's Oil Fields in 1920 Mirrors that ofBP's Gulf of Mexico Disaster in 2010

Rothschild, Rockefeller, Lenin, and the Destruction of Baku's Oil Fields

Oil derricks sprouted up everywhere in Baku, Azerbaijan The fields were the largest In the world at the time.

At the turn of the 20th century the world's #1 oil producing field was in the prosperous port city of Baku, in Azerbaijan. The famous Nobel brothers of Sweden launched the Baku oil boom in 1873. Soon huge oil tankers from that region were traversing the globe.
Then, in 1883, oil companies owned by the Rothschild family entered the scene in Baku followed by Rockefeller's gigantic Standard Oil Company. Heated competition was on for control of the world's top producing region.
At the time, Rockefeller and Rothschild were competing as the world's foremost oil and banking barons. But the two competitors each finally realized that competition was not a good tiling. The more oil wells they drilled, the more oil was produced, the more the price of oil per barrel fell. This led a disgruntled John D. Rockefeller to exclaim, "Competition is a sin!"
A solution, therefore, was soon brokered. It was decided that the world's markets would geographically be carved up, with the two barons, Rockefeller and Rothschild, each having their separate, well-defined shares. Moreover, limits would be put on oil produced globally so as to keep the market price as high as possible. Under this arrangement, both Rothschild and Rockefeller would benefit.
Of course, all other competition would be squelched, driven out of business, including the Nobel Oil Company in Baku.
The next course of action was that the Rockefeller. Rothschild cartel and their banker associates (Schiff, Warburg, Morgan, et al) proceeded to fund and sponsor the Bolshevik Communist revolution of 1917. Their puppets, Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin, soon reigned over the vast Soviet Russia empire.
In April of 1920, Lenin, following orders from the Rockefeller-Rothschild cartel, went into action in Baku. Bolshevik troops and irregulars attacked and conquered the country of Azerbaijan and launched an all-out assault on Baku. Hundreds of thousands of residents were slaughtered, especially the families of the oil company executives, engineers, and chief workers. Their luxurious mansions and homes were plundered, wives and children raped, tortured and murdered. Then the oil derricks and facilities of Baku were set on fire—torched.
Whoosh! Instantly, one of the world's top oil producing regions was no more. The Nobel brothers fled for their lives back to Sweden, suffering a huge financial loss. Naturally,
the Baku oil assets of Rothschild and Rockefeller were lost as well, but this was according to plan. That plan dictated that Russia would, during the Communist era, not be a world player in oil. This closing of Baku immediately resulted in an astronomical increase in the global price of oil. Rockefeller and Rothschild were well compensated for the temporary loss of their Baku assets. "Creative Destruction" had brought fabulous riches to these two corrupt Illuminati dynasties.
Now, in 2010, consider: The planet is once more awash in petroleum (oil). The price in 2008 of $147 per barrel had, just two years later, plunged to $78, and even more oil is being daily discovered. Voila!—tragedy struck one of the world's premier oil producing regions, the U.S.A.'s Gulf of Mexico.
Hey, 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon fiasco—look in the mirror. Do you see your own image there staring back, circa 1920, in the "Creative Destruction" of Baku's oil fields?

Oil company executives and engineers at Baku were summarily executed by the Bolsheviks. Lenin declared an official "Week of Plunder" in which hundreds of thousand were massacred, the oil fields torched, homes and mansions ransacked, and women and children raped and killed. Lenin's Red Terror in the U.S.S.R. eventually consumed 66 million victims!
Joseph Stalin, as
a young
revolutionary, was
an "organizer" of
oil workers and
fomented riots
and insurrection.
Later, after the
gained power in
Moscow, Stalin
was sent by Lenin
to plunder Baku
and its oilfields.

Communist monsters Stalin, Lenin, and Trotsky (1919) were installed in power with the financial backing of Rothschild, Rockefeller, and their Jewish associates.
Rothschild and the Nobel brothers built the world's first oil tankers, which operated out of Baku.

Baku's oil fields go up in flames, causing a global oil scarcity and enriching Rothschild and Rockefeller.
Lenin, displaying a Masonic hand sign (see Texe Marrs' book, Codex Magica). Standing and saluting is co-founder of Soviet Communism, Leon Trotsky. Both Lenin and Trotsky were crypto-Jews.

Taken from the August, 2010 Power Of Prophecy newsletter by Texe Marrs. Visit Power Of Prophecy Ministries by clicking the link above.


One of the great things about reading blogs is you come across the most amazing stories.

In October 2009, Jeff and Lisa Reeves of Orem, Utah gave birth to a baby girl they named Abigail Rose. However, it turned out Abby had some serious problems with her heart and required many surgeries. Jeff set up a blog so family and friend's could track his daughter's progress.

The blog records Abby's progress, Jeff and Lisa's feelings about this traumatic situation and the other activities of their lives that went on during this time. This blog truly tells a gripping story that will tug at your heart.

Read the blog about Abigail Rose by clicking the link above.

Monday, August 9, 2010


In the June 14 issue of Maclean's, "The End" is about a man who died of a heart condition no one knew he had. He was the identical twin of a brother who had one. There was some suspicion that the man had a heart condition but that faded when he took up sports and was fine. The subject of the article became a teacher and was a huge athlete. Now, some people will say that he should have been tested when he was a child and if he had he would still be alive. However, if his parents had treated him differently, the man wouldn't have been able to benefit so many kid's lives through sports.

Breast cancer was a bit of a hot topic in the June issue of Chatelaine. There was a letter from a woman in Newfoundland who'd just been diagnosed with breast cancer, thanking the magazine for an article they printed in the April issue about the disease. If she's just been diagnosed with breast cancer and she lives in Newfoundland, maybe she should be retested. Seriously.

There was also an in memorium to a blogger on Chatelaine's website who died of breast cancer in April. Her father told readers to mentally swear at cancer every morning. I think this would only help the cancer grow by adding to a person's level of stress.

An article in the same issue by Rebecca "The Kike Bitch" Eckler talks about parents telling their children the circumstances under which the children were conceived. I don't know if it's a good idea to be so open about this. Besides, kids usually find out that stuff eventually.

There is an article in the same issue by a woman telling about how she ended a friendship with a woman whom she realized was never a friend to begin with. The woman is 43. I wonder why she didn't clue into the fact that this friend wasn't a friend back when they were seventeen and the friend stole the writer's date.

Monday, July 19, 2010


By Jill Briscoe. Grand Rapids, Mi: Zondervan, 1976.

One of the main reasons why Eve yielded to the serpent’s temptation was because Adam wasn’t with her. He was off doing whatever and Eve was alone. One of the reasons she ate the fruit was because she didn’t have Adam there to back her up in resisting.

The Bible doesn’t say that Sarai was contentious. She laughed when she heard God was going to give her a son at 90 years old, but most people would find that impossible.

The Bible doesn’t say that Lot’s wife always had to keep up with the Joneses. She did look back at Sodom, though.

Job’s wife wanted Job to curse God, but she must have seen what happened in Job’s life (when God revealed Himself to Job and explained why Job was suffering) because they had ten more children together.

The Bible does indeed say that Hannah was bitter when she was weeping before the Lord at the temple. However, I don’t think her vow to give Samuel to the Lord was made out of rashness. Hannah was a very godly woman. She felt that if God gave her a son, then she would give him back to Him.

If there was ever a woman who could have ended up a bitter, mean, spiteful woman, it was Hannah. She had to live with a horrible woman, and a husband who does indeed sound insensitive. “Whatcha want a son for, babe? You got me.”

Hannah gave Samuel to the priest of God without complaint, and had five more children.

1 Samuel 25 37 says, “but it came to pass in the morning when the wine was gone out of Nabal and his wife had told him these things (that she had stopped David from coming to kill him) that his heart died within him and he became a stone”

“Oh man, this is really gonna make me look like a wuss in front of my buddies.”

I don’t know if Bathsheba was a godly woman or not. Was it normal for people to take baths on their roofs in those days?

I don’t think Elimelech and Naomi’s decision to leave Bethlehem was wrong. They were just moving to Moab temporarily until the famine was over. Likewise, I don’t think Orpah’s decision to leave Ruth and stay in Moab was wrong, either. She would have had trouble in Israel. She would have been austracised and looked down on. There also would have been a huge culture shock.

In Chapter 9, Jill Briscoe twists the whole issue of women preachers. She talks about prophetesses. Prophetesses saw into the future and told people about the vision the Lord had given them. They didn’t prophesy in the sense of teaching. Briscoe cites Mary Magdalen telling the disciples about the empty tomb as teaching. No, Mary Magdalen was just telling them what she had seen. She was relating an experience: not teaching.

Briscoe also talks about a woman giving advice. This is counselling one on one, not teaching in the usual sense of the word.

She mentions Phebe. Phebe had the gift of service. She wasn’t a preacher. She talks about Precilla “teaching” Apolos. Precilla didn’t stand in a pulpit and correct him on the doctrine he was wrong about. She talked to him: had a conversation with him. She didn’t “teach” Apolos or “preach” to him.

Briscoe also quotes a verse about letting women speak in the church which I can’t find and a verse about a teacher in Philipi which I also can’t find.

The chapter is supposed to centre around Miriam. Miriam did have courage, cleverness and a talent for persuasion. She also led singing. She was a prophetess, too, but this is defined as I defined it above: someone who received visions from the Lord about the future and told the people about them.

Briscoe quotes a verse about spiritual gifts and says this applies to both men and women, so therefore women are allowed to be teachers. Women can be teachers. In Titus they are commanded to teach the young women, but they aren’t to be preaching to the church body.

The verse in 1 Timothy says, “I suffer not a woman to teach or to usurp the authority of a man.” Briscoe twists this verse to mean that women aren’t allowed to teach only if it usurps a man in the church’s authority. It says, “to teach or to usurp the authority of a man.” “Or” implies Paul is talking about two different things.

Upon further study of this passage, it would seem there was a problem in Ephesus with certain women trying to didactically introduce false doctrines, including mother goddess worship, to the believers, thus usurping the authority of Paul and Timothy which they had received from Christ. Just as Eve was deceived  into thinking she knew better than Adam (who had received the truth about the fruit from God) even though Adam was formed first and had been on Earth longer, these women who had been brought to faith as a result of the ministry Paul and Timothy had done in Ephesus thought they knew better than Paul and Timothy about Christianity and its doctrines.

Thus, this passage does not prevent women from teaching as I had thought. Besides, church gatherings were more open in the early church. You didn't have either a woman or a man standing in a pulpit for 45 minutes, delivering a sermon, then dismissing the congregation. Different Christians who happened to be gathered together would bring sermonettes and other things as it says in 1 Corinthians 14, with other believers free to ask questions and make comments.

Also, deacon means basically what Phebe was doing as recorded in the first verses of Romans 16, distributing money for the work of the church. You didn't have Deacon Jones throwing his weight around like he does today: an office was a role of service, not a worldly position of privilege.

In Chapter 10, Jill Briscoe totally distorts the story of Elisha and the widow.

Chapter 11 is about Esther. Most people’s interpretation of Esther is totally different from the true interpretation.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010


My comments are in parenthesis.

LIFE 100.3’s new billboards are stopping traffic in Barrie. In the wake of the Simcoe County District School Board’s decision to remove references to Judeo-Christian
values from its moral code, LIFE 100.3 wanted to respond. (Nothing can be Judeo-Christian. It’s kind of like talking about a virgin whore.)

LIFE 100.3 bought six billboard locations throughout Barrie with the message “No Jesus in Barrie Public Schools? We have Jesus on the Radio.” (Yes, get some shameless self-promotion in there.) LIFE 100.3’s
Breakfast Club hosted a call in show and was flooded with calls from listeners with their response to the decision.

Morning show host Ben Davy said, “With all the challenges that students and teachers already face in our public schools, to think that the Simcoe County
District School Board would take the initiative to remove references to Judeo-Christian values from it's moral code is a shock. (Why would it be a shock? Remove the values, the situation at the schools gets worse, the schoolboard gets to put in more rules and throw more of its weight around, which is what it wanted all along.) It's not about forcing
a religion on people. (Why shouldn’t we force our religion on people, you wimp? This is our country, founded on Christian principles. If people don’t like that, they can leave.) When we look at the teachings of Christ, we see 'Love your neighbour as yourself, turn the other cheek, forgive and you will be forgiven'...Are
these not values we want to install in all of our children - religious or otherwise? (First of all, that should be instill. Second, you and many parents may want to INSTILL these values in your children, but did you ever think that maybe the schoolboard doesn’t?) These are values that are not exclusive to Christianity - they are
consistent with nearly every faith group, and even among the many who hold no religious views at all." (How do you know that? Have you studied other religions. Haven’t you figured out that it’s not about what you or any of the parents want? It’s about what the people in control want. If they can remove references to Christian moral values, then they will be able to bring order out of the chaos that ensues.)

Friday, July 2, 2010


The May 10 issue of Maclean's has an article about white people being evicted from the Kanawake reserve. This is typical. The Natives like to talk about how loving and tolerant they are, then they do something like this.

In the same issue, there is an article about children with really low vision not being taught braille in school. All children who are going to lose their remaining vision by adulthood should be taught braille. Without it, they will be totally illiterate.

The May 24 issue of Maclean's has an article about a drug shortage in Saskatchewan due to regulations. I wonder how many fewer deaths from prescription drugs there has been since the drug shortage began.

Friday, June 4, 2010


A while ago I wrote about my brief romance with Jane Fugar, a Rwandan woman who sent me an email one day. Well, now there's another woman in my life.

I am on a dating site for the first time in my life and hardly I can tell what exactly sparked my interest in your profile. I do not think that any profile
is able precisely to define all qualities and all depth of the soul of the person you are looking for. But you were what I wanted to write. I'm lonely,
single, 32 years old woman. There's nothing wrong with me, but I can't expect to find the men of my dreams in a bar or at a club. Those places are for
superficial people whose only judgment upon you is based on appearance and not the content of their character. I have lost many close people in my life,
this has enriched me to see what is really important in life, and what does not... I was hurt in my life, who didn't? But I still live with the hope that
God will put me on the right path to meet my other half. I am romantic and very sincere in a relationship. My life is great, but far from perfect, seems
there is one thing missing from my life. It's that special someone that I can share all the wonderful moments in life. I want to fall in love and feel
totally enamored when I see him, talk to him and hear him voice, for the first time and every time after that to an eternity! I do not know if it is really
possible to find a soulmate in such a way. I have decided to take this step, courageous for me step in a way to possible happiness because I always gave
chance to my destiny. Either way, I am looking for someone who i can spend time with and get rid of feelings of loneliness. I want to take it nice and
slow as friends, and see if we are right for each other and if we are compatible. Maybe it will be a great friendship, maybe it will be the Love. I ask
you to answer to my personal e-mail address:
Hopefully my email will find you healthy and happy and if you think that we are compatible I would like to try to go ahead. Anyway I know only one way
to find it out, and that requires us to take a step. I am open and willing to take that step. I will wait for your letter and if you are really serious
in your search, maybe we will find interest in each other. In the next letter I send you my picture. Please do not play with me in the joke, because I'm
serious in my search, and I am saying everything with all sincerity.
With best regards.

The adventure begins again!

The funny thing is, the email was actually from a guy named Carlos wanting me to join his network on Windows Live.

Monday, May 3, 2010


Yesterday, radio host Marion Webster announced she would cease broadcasting her program "Marion's Attic" October 31.

Marion Webster said the decision was due to financial reasons, aging equipment and the fact she was getting older.

It's kind of sad to see Marion's Attic go. She hasn't been in the best of health
for years. For most of the show's run, Kristena, her homecare worker has had to do the show with her. Many of the records she plays are available on the internet, anyway. Still, this program was an important part of my musical education and Marion will definitely be missed.

Marion Webster began broadcasting on Wbcq in September 1999. In 2000, Marion's Attic moved from Tuesday afternoons and expanded from half an hour to an hour. It has had a few different time slots since then. Currently the show can be heard Sunday afternoons at 5:00.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


In the February issue of Readers Digest there is an article about cynistesia, a condition where people perceive letters as colours, proper names as tastes and tastes as images. Scientists think it is something all children go through. Their senses become intertwined for a brief time when they're little. I can remember when I was little I perceived both the days of the week and numbers as objects. Cynistesia does not negatively affect the lives of the people who have it. You watch, though. They're going to come out with a drug for it. You'll see commercials on TV acting like it's a horrible condition and a really big deal.

The February 22 issue of Maclean's has an itim about a mentally challenged, biracial homosexual teenage boy in Washington state whose principal refused to let him join the school's cheerleading team. Now I've heard everything!

In the same issue, the Books section has a review of "Lonely" by Emily White. I've often thought that some of the most extroverted people you meet are actually really lonely.

The January/February issue of Canadian Geographic has an article about life at an Arctic research station. Who thought nerds could party so hard.

The same issue has an article about where the mercury in the arctic goes during the warmer months. I'd love to know what the rates of autism are like up there.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Monday, March 1, 2010


I'm not sure whether I've written about this on here before, so I will write about it now.

The radio entity known as UCB Canada sucks.

When they first came on the air in Belleville in 2003, I was so excited. I thought, "Finally we're going to hear things from a Christian point of view and this station will win so many people to the Lord." However, nearly seven years on, I'm here to say that UCB Canada is horrible.

First and most importantly, they don't do anything to confront the problems of the local community. They just have a bunch of American preachers on there who mostly just talk about grace and love all the time. They don't have any local preachers on there crying out against the most prevalent sins in Belleville and the surrounding area. They should at least have round table discussions about these kinds of issues. For instance, I hear Wica is big in Belleville. Why not have a dialogue between a local pastor and a Wiccin priestess about why Wica is wrong.

The second reason UCB is so terrible is very similar to the first. They don't have any local preachers or even really any Canadian preachers on their station: just a bunch of big-time American preachers, as I said before.

Third, their news coverage stinks. Not only do they not have local news, but the newsfeed they do have is horribly biased. It is all this "let Israel blow all the Arab nations off the map, let's permanently ban from the airwaves anyone who says anything off-colour, George W. Bush is the greatest politician there's ever been, etc. etc." They supported Fred Thomson in the 2008 election, for cripes sakes! Yeah, the station in Chatam-Kent will sure win over Detroit's large Moslem population with news coverage like that.

The music is all laid-back ballads with not enough emphasis placed on big-time Christian artists.

Oh well, at least The Edge is gone. That's one good thing.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010


The groundhog came out of his hole this morning and the first thing he saw was Barack Obama.

The groundhog's conclusion is that winter will last forever, but there will never be any Christmas.

Thursday, January 28, 2010


So I went to the blog and it had a bunch of pictures on it. I didn't know for sure what they were, but suspected them of being pornography. I looked at the comments. The comments themselves didn't tell me much but they were both from bloggers so I decided to check out each of their profiles.

The first blogger was named Mac Allister. He is from the Philippines. Under team members, he had listed Males Unstripped.

The second blogger was named Hni. He is from New Zealand. Under blogs, he had listed It's A Gay Life.

Lord, please strike down these two faggots, this Mac Allister and this Hni, this gook faggot and this New Zealand faggot, and the gook is probably a filthy pedophile, too. I envision them dying a quick death or dying slowly of AIDS. Whatever death you have in store for them, Lord, is good enough for me. Please kill them. In Jesus name, Amen.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


The following are actual on-air names of past radio announcers.

Scoobie Doo, BQ, Cinnamon Sue, Hurryin' Hugh, Boogaloo, Magnificent Montegue, Tall Paul, Small Paul, Cannonball, Butterball, Crocodile Charlie, Jumpin'
George, Ravin' Raymond, Leapin' Lester, Georgie Pourgie, Meadowlark Mark, Hot Rod, Ramrod, Red Top, Cadillac Bob, Sir Lancelot, Even Steven, Frantic Ernie,
The Dixie
Drifter, Sugarcane Wayne, Forever Abner, Sweet Potato Simon, Home Grown Jerome, Jerry from Jersey, Austin from Boston, Chuckie from Kentucky, Big Bill,
Big Willie, Willie The Kid, Willie The Wisp, Willie The Wailer, The Prince of Wails, King Bee, Queen Bea, Jelly Bean, Jean The Queen, Dynamite Dean, Stingray,
Sporty Jay, Jammin'
Sam, Sam The Man, Slicker Sam, Dapper Dan, Dizzy Lizzie, Foxie Fannie, Steady Eddy, Heavy Lenny, Hotsy Totsy, Smarty Marty, Oakey Dokey, Doctor Jive, Jivin'
Gene, Slim Jim, Gentleman Jim, Jim Dandy, Jimbo, Jocko, Roscoe, Waxie Maxie, Dewie Louie, Spider Webb, The Smart Eric, Dolly Molly, Hound Dog, Booker The
Cooker, Harry The Hipster, Gordon The Warden, Peter The Leader, Dave the Dude, Herman The Chairman, Jake The Rake, Ross The Boss, Earl The Pearl, Turner
The Burner, Luther The Ruler, Sir Walter, Action Jackson, Handy Randy, Hotshot Scott, Jail Bait Kate, Bad Lad, Mad Lad, Kid Gallahad, Papa Stoppa, Papa
Cool, Brother Love, Cousin Herb, Uncle Funky, Brother Matt, Sister Sadie, Hollerin' Hal, Fast Eddie, Sweet-Talkin' Freddie, Up Starter Carter, The Sly
Guy, The Shy Guy, Big Kid Sid, Tom Cat, The Cool Gent, Master Blaster, Ol' Swingmaster, Poor Richard, Ernie The Whip, Weird Beard, Wild Child, Humble Harv,
Marvelous Marv, Rockin' Robin, Rockin' Bird, Cleanhead, Coffeehead, Terrible Ted, Mellow Malvin, Captain Calvin, Stormin' Norman, Bugs Skrugs, Youngblood,
Ray The Rage, Doctor Soul, Soulman, Soulfinger, Humdinger, The Fun Slinger, Jack The Rapper, Wolfman Jack, Jack The Bear, Hurricane Harry, Lucky Larry,
Juke Joint Jerry, Burton for Certain, Woods with the Goods, Geeter with the Heater, Night Train, Night Hawk, Huggy Boy, Your Boy Leroy, The Real McCoy,
Home Boy, Shelly The Playboy, Lord Fauntleroy, Jack The Bellboy, Daddy Sears, Daddy Gee, Daddy-O, Fat Daddy, Mad Daddy, Sugar Daddy, Wild Daddy, Big Daddy,
Sweet Daddy, Nassau Daddy, Chatty Hattie

I have heard airchecks of Frantic Ernie Durham, Mad Daddy and Commander Hot Rod before. You have probably heard Wolfman Jack. Weird Beard refers to Ross Nite, who was on Klif, Dallas. Rocking Bird refers to the late Joe Niagara who was on Wibg Philadelphia. Joe Niagara and Ross Nite can be heard on the "Cruisin" albums.

To visit the website I got this list from, click the link above.

Thursday, January 21, 2010


Monday, I got the following message in my inbox.

My name is jane, i saw your profile today and became intrested in you,i will also like to know you the more,and i want you to send an email to my email
address so i can give you my picture for you to know whom i am.Here is my email address( believe we can move from here!I am waiting
for your mail to my email address above.(Remeber the distance, colour or language does not matter but love matters alot in life.(

I was aware it could be a scam. In any case, I wasn’t interested in a romantic relationship with her, so I decided to string her along. If it was legit, I would hopefully get a good friend out of the deal. If it was a scam, I would know soon enough.

Hello My Dear,
I am more than happy of your reply to my mail. How is your day today, My name is Ms Jane Fugar, single and never been married, i am from Rwanda, 24 yrs,
5.8 in height, at earlier i was residing in Darfur's Refugee camp in Senegal on January 2006, at a time, there is a division and dispatch of some of the
refugees due to the over population of the people in Senegal, i was taken to Senegal West African on 10Th August 2007 where I'm presently residing in N'dioum
refugee camp here in Senegal where i am seeking political asylum due to the civil war in my country. I am in suffering and pains here in this camp and
i really need to have a man by my side to encourage me and give me good advice in life and help me to come out from this situation.
My late father Dr Fugar Williams was the Managing director of ( FUGAR COMPANY LTD ) in the federal capital of Rwanda (KIGALI) the economy capital of
my Country, and he was also the personal adviser to the former head of state, before the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed my mother
and father in a cold blood. It is only me that is alive now and i managed to serve my life here in Senegal where i am living now as a refugee. This Refugee
Camp is headed by a Reverend Father, i used his office computer to send you this email and i only enter his office when he is less busy or when i am appointed
to clean his office in his office.
I would like to know more about you, your likes and dislikes, your hobbies and what you are doing presently. i like to meet understanding, loyal, sincere,
truthful, kindly and friendly and more to that, a man of vision and truth. I will tell you more about myself in my next mail. Attached here is my picture,
Hoping to hear from you soonest. accept my regard.
Miss Jane

I wrote her about my likes and hobbies: reading, listening to the radio especially shortwave, etc. I told her what I did for a living (but I didn’t get into specifics.)

Hello Darling,
How are you today, l hope you are fine. My day is very boring over here in Dakar Senegal. ln this camp we find it hard to go out because we are not allowed
to do so, its just like one staying in the prison and l hope by God's grace l will come out here soon. I don't have any relatives now that i can go to,
all my relatives ran away in the middle of the war the only person i have now is Rev. Martin Godwill who is the Reverend pastor of the ( Assemble Du Glory
Mission ) here in the camp he has been very good to me since l came here but l am not living with him rather l am living in the women's hostel because
the camp have two hostels one for men the other for women. The Pastor's Tel number is And his e mail address is ( (+221767552221)if
you call and tell him that you want to speak with me he will send for me in the girl's hostel. and i will come to his office to speak with you. and i will
be glad to hear your voice. As a refugee here i don't have any right or privilege to any thing be it money or whatever because it is against the law of
this country. l know many people are making false story especially those in Senegal living beside our camp but truly innocent people still exist please
i would like you to trust me and help me come out of here, I want to go back to my studies because i only attended my first year before the tragic incident
that lead to my being in this situation now took place. Honey, please l would like you to know that l have my late father's statement of account and death
certificate here with me which l will like to send to you to assist me, because when he was alive he deposited some amount of money in a leading bank in
Europe which he used my name as the next of kin. The amount in question is $ 5.7( Five Million Seven Hundred Thousand US Dollars)

So l will like you to assist me transfer this money to your account and from it you will send some money for me to get my traveling documents and air ticket
to come over to meet with you.. I can't withdraw the money my self due to my refugee status here in this country which does not permit me to do, rather
the money can not be transferred in Senegal where i am in refugee camp. I want you to send me your contact information's such as

Your Names ............
Age .......................
Address ................
Telephone .............
Bank Info ................

I have got in touch with the bank and made them to know about my plans to withdraw this money, l also got them aware of the death of my father and they
have acknowledged it with all their confirmation and verifications. However, they advise me to get in touch with a very responsible person who will stand
on my behalf and my trustee as regards to this money since l am presently of refugee status over here and wouldn't be permitted to handle this amount of
money, they also let me know about the bond which they signed with my father that the money will be handled to me in bulk amount which means that l should
decide on if l should continue with the bank or not.
I just have to let you know about this so that you can assist me to be my trustee on this money. like l said, l want you to call me because l have allot
to tell you.l kept this secret to people in the camp here the only person that knows about it is the Reverend because he is like a father to me.
Darling have a nice time and think about me. my dear, l hope to hear from you soonest. l love you.
Miss Jane.

I wonder, if I were going to reply, what would I write.

Dear Bitch,
Sorry, honey. I've known of you all of four days. I am not calling all the way to Senigal to talk to some Catholic priest, nor am I giving you any of my bucking banking info.

This will teach me to trust nigresses such as yourself.


I am not actually going to reply to Jane Fugar's latest email. I of course did a Google search on her after she sent me the second email. I found out about the romance scam. I also found her profile on several social networking sites, so it seems like she's a real person pulling this instead of some annonymous organized crime syndicate located who-knows-where. Therefore, it would not be wise to contact her. She might send a herd of niggers after me.

Monday, January 18, 2010


Industry Canada an the RCMP raided and shut down the radio station of Jayhaed Saade recently.

Saade vows he will return to the airwaves with a more powerful transmitter, as well as starting a TV station.

On Saturday, Saade broadcast a 30-minute rant online where he talked about the raid and his future plans. This whole saga started to take a turn for the bizarre when he shouted out, "Kill you, kill you" over a song and said he took a whole bottle of Advil after the raid to calm down.

At one point during a broadcast early that morning, a man, most likely his father, came into the room and told him to go to bed, to which Saade replied that the man was "stupid."

Still, I support this boy in his eferts, though I do think he should not do some of the things he is doing. You don't want to antagonize the police and Industry Canada any more than you have to. Also, don't shout at your father like that. "Honour thy mother and thy father" and that's the bottom line because God said so.

This has of course raised the ire of people who say, "this is why we need regulations for broadcasting." The writer from the Cornwall Free Press was particularly idiotic, not liking the fact that he was "dropping f-bombs." Oh, is it 2004 already?

This writer is apparently Mongolian because she only has one name identifying her on the paper's website, Lorna, as Mongolians do.

She objects to Saade's use of the f word. While I do not aprove of swearing, I asume none of these people ever watch many movies or TV shows or read many novels or even go out on the street. The f word is everywhere. This is particularly ironic/hypocritical coming from a journalist. Journalists and other media people have some of the filthiest language around.

Lorna the Mongolian also objects to his wishing people dead. I thought this was a free bucking country. Aren't we free to "wish" for, hope or dream of anything we want?

In fact, I "wish" most of the people in the radio industry were dead. Most Canadian and American radio is complete garbage. When I think of how much worse it has gotten even in the past seven years it is just astounding. If most of the people in the Canadian and American radio industry died, maybe some better, younger, and talented people could take over and make radio exciting and worth listening to again.

As was said at the NAB convention a few months ago "we are an industry of old men."

Look at the big American broadcasters. The managers are in their fifties and sixties at least, most of the big-time syndicated talk show hosts are in their fifties and sixties as our most newspeople. Even Anderson Cooper, the supposed wonderkind of CNN is 42.

Rush Limbaugh has had numerous health problems: how much longer is he going to be alive?

Thus, I wish most of the people in this industry were dead.

As for wishing people dead, same goes for most of the people at Chatalaine, including the writer of that "Parenting By Panic" article I wrote about below. When they are dead, we can get real information out instead of content that just serves corporate and government interests.

Maybe when Jayhaed Saade (see, John Milkey, you kike, I'm willing to identify him) puts his TV station on-air, Ottawa will finally have a good TV station. I've written about the lack of local content on "local" TV stations before so I won't go into it here.

One of the commenters said Saade's father was running "an illegal business." Since when are strip clubs illegal?

Also one of the people who commented on the Cornwall Free Press article took the usual Canadian conservative attitude against immigrants who come here and break our laws. Actually Miss Commenter, we shouldn't allow any immigrants in the country whatsoever unless possibly they're Christians. How do you like them apples?

I will listen to Saade's rant-or at least the two segments I downloaded from Milkman since John Milkey is such a crummy web designer and the link to the first segment lead to the third segment. If it contains anything interesting, I'll post about it.

Thursday, January 7, 2010


Cbc, Wednesdays 9:00 p.m.

Republic Of Doyle is about Jake Doyle and his father Malachi, a team of private detectives in St. John's. Jake's mother also assists them. As far as his personal life is concerned, Jake has to contend with his soon-to-be ex-wife and his sixteen-year old bratty niece who has just moved in.

This is a good show. At first, Jake Doyle comes across as being incompetent, but as the show progresses viewers come to see that he possesses the smarts of a potentially great detective.