Tag Archives: humor

It’s Muffin Time

I love memes.  But since I am a busy enough person that I do not have time to figure out what the hottest new memes are, or the best ones that are worth remembering for a long time [1] are, … Continue reading

Posted in Musings | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

What Women Want

When I was a young adult, a mediocre film was released with the provocative title What Women Want.  In the film the hapless main character played by Mel Gibson–a man who does not seem to know well what women want–finds … Continue reading

Posted in Musings | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Not All Repetition Is Vain Repitition

Recently I have come to appreciate one song in particular by the contemporary singer Dua Lipa.  Dua Lipa is a young woman of Albanian heritage and has become vastly popular, first in the United Kingdom, where she grew up and … Continue reading

Posted in History, Music History, Musings | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

On The Planning And Logistics Of Epic Journeys

One of the more enjoyable sets of experiences that I have in the course of the year is first to plan and then to execute epic journeys with my mother and stepfather.  For the last three years we have been … Continue reading

Posted in Musings | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Liveblogging Super Bowl LIII

2:34PM:  Since I was not invited to any Super Bowl parties this year, I decided to camp out this year at my normal location for reading, eating, and watching sports on Sundays, the Applebee’s at 185th Avenue and Walker Road.  … Continue reading

Posted in Sports | Tagged | Leave a comment

On The Most Disagreeable Task Of The Song Leader

Quite frequently, I find myself leading songs for my local congregation.  This is, in general, a task I greatly enjoy.  As a person with some interest in liturgical matters, I tend to be interested in the order and structure of … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, Church of God, Musings | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Let’s Try To Focus On The Positive

Some years ago, when I watched television, there was a series of anti-smoking ads from a group that called itself Truth–quite a daring name to choose–and I was generally amused by their advertisements, not being a smoker.  One of their … Continue reading

Posted in Musings | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments

Book Review: Steal Back The Mona Lisa!

Steal Back The Mona Lisa!, by Meghan McCarthy The other books I have read by this author are historical books and this one is clearly not, although it should be noted that the author at least based the adventure on … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, History | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Nabal: Lessons Learned From The Bible’s Dumbest Man

There are many people recorded in the Bible who are not particularly bright, but my choice for the dumbest person in the Bible is Nabal.  Today I would like to spend a bit of time discussing all the ways that … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Biblical History, Christianity, History, Musings | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

If You Know You Know

It is often thought by those who are not in the know that there is no purpose in tautology.  The statement that adorns this particular personal essay is an example of a tautology.  If you know, you know.  In mathematical … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, Church of God, Musings | Tagged , , | Leave a comment