Daily Archives: 01 August 1, 2012

I guess gift cards will work

Franklin Graham is urging Christians, through one of his ministries’ website, Samaritan’s Purse, to visit Chick-fil-A to show support for the company’s stand for Biblical values.  That’s not a surprise. But a part of Samaraitan’s Purse is Operation Christmas Child, and today they are … Continue reading

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London Mayor Gets Stuck on a Zip Line Waving Two Small Union Jacks

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Quick and Simple Life Hacks

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Anthony Adams NFL Free Agent Waiting For a Team to Call

This is what he does in the mean time . . .

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Every August 1st, the people of Warsaw pay homage to 200,000 of the fallen during the 1944 Warsaw Uprising against Germany

Once a year on august 1st, the people of Warsaw pay hommage to the fallen heroes that fought for freedom in 1944 during the Warsaw Uprising. The biggest rebellion against German Nazi occupation during WWII cost over 200 000 lives … Continue reading

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Interesting Question: Has religion lost its bite?

I check out the Dallas Morning News’ Texas Faith section from time to time.  Basically, a writer will send a question to representatives of different faiths and denominations and posts their responses.  The latest question I thought made a good point, that … Continue reading

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Divorced almost 50 years ago, 85-year-old couple to remarry

There are all kinds of love stories, but few are as enduring and reaffirming and yes, even inspiring, as the tale of Lena Henderson and Roland Davis of West Seneca. They are not, to be frank, your typical newlyweds, but … Continue reading

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Bag of Randomness

Now that the Cruz and Dewhurst runoff is over, what is television going to fill all their air time with?  Oh, yeah, the Olympics are on. Russian Larisa Latynina held the record for winning most Olympic medals for almost half a … Continue reading

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