Monthly Archives: September, 2013

Well done, Chester Carroll Chandler, Jr. Well done!

Another godly saint has felt the embrace of his Savior. No, this one’s life didn’t influence the influencers like Howard Hendricks did. But, he received the same reception by Jesus on his homecoming. Of that I’m sure. The decision was made early on to call him by his middle name to differentiate Carroll from his …

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Autumn has fallen in north Texas

Whose idea was it to call the autumn season Fall, anyway? I guess it makes sense when you think of leaves falling from the deciduous trees. Isaac Newton probably got hit in the head in this season when he “discovered” gravity. He actually got hit with the idea to name it gravity after his snack …

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Is it still politically correct to be politically correct?

I have a hard time keeping up with fads, so, I’m wondering if political correctness is still popular and necessary in today’s culture. What, exactly, is political correctness anyway? It seems to me to be nothing more than re-labeling things to give them a more positive slant. Let me see if I have this correct. …

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Stupid Pills by Idiot Farmecudicals

This has got to be the stupidest video I’ll ever do. Watch it and you’ll see what I mean. This is so stupid it just may go somewhere, so, feel free to reblog it, post it on your Facebook page, tweet it, retweet it, and tweet it a third time (I guess that would be …

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Top 10- list for my good buddies going to the conference in Indy.

Last year my good-buddy Tex gave you his list for what to bring to the ACFW conference in Big-D. Well, I thought I’d give you my top 10- tips for my writing good-buddies heading to Indy for this year’s event. No, sorry ladies, I won’t be able to make a showing this time out. Maybe …

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If this is Labor Day why are so many people not working?

When you have a holiday called Labor Day why aren’t people actually involved in laboring? Instead, they stay home and don’t work at all. When you look at other holidays the name tells you what we’re celebrating. Right? New Year’s Day is January 1st, the first day of the new year. Ground Hog’s Day honors …

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