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Food Nazis Launch Pogrom Against Breakfast Cereal Icons

Authored by fmeekins on Fri, Jun 15 2007 - 07:49 PM

Rest in peace Tony the Tiger, Toucan Sam, and Diggem the Frog as the latest victims of the New World Order.Kellogg's has announced its classic sugary cereals will no longer be marketed towards children.Ironically, the very same nutrition-crazed mothers with the sunken eyes that look so weak that they couldn't do a stitch of housework backing these ...

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Pizzeria Dishes Up Big Slice Of Monetary Subversion

Authored by fmeekins on Tue, Jun 05 2007 - 08:17 PM

Observant critics of the illegal immigration plague sweeping across the United States point out the irony that, while those sneaking across the boarder often have no desire to acclimate to the culture into which they are intruding, they have little problem accepting American money.  However, if a policy implemented by one business catches on ...

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Apparently I’m Not The Only One With Bad Grammar & Poor Logic

Authored by fmeekins on Fri, May 25 2007 - 07:16 PM

I came across a blog entry on the Net where I am criticized for criticizing Emergent Church kingpin Brian McLaren.Foremost among the grievances rank alleged grammar errors and lapses in logic.As to the grammar errors, perhaps so and frankly I don’t care because in light of the number of illegals that are going to be allowed to stay here in the ...

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Nephilim Army This Year’s Smallville Finale McGuffian

Authored by fmeekins on Fri, May 18 2007 - 08:17 PM

Many works of speculative fiction employ a story element known as a MacGuffin device around which the plot develops.  Usually this happens to be some kind of weapon of mass destruction.However, the 2007 season finale of Smallville decided to take the concept in a decidedly different direction with interesting parallels to current biotechnical ...

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Middle Class An Endangered Species In Maryland.

Authored by fmeekins on Sun, May 13 2007 - 05:26 AM

With the reassertion of the monopoly of the Democratic Party over Maryland politics which for the previous four years had been what amounted to a party-and-a-half system, the jurisdiction jokingly referred to as “the Free State” is well on its way to becoming a socialist nightmare where only the hyper-rich or the fashionably impoverished having ...

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A Review Of Salvaging Civilization By H.G. Wells.

Authored by fmeekins on Wed, May 09 2007 - 06:56 AM

To most Americans with a recollection of the Cold War, it was assumed the global superstate would be brought about through military conquest. However, in Salvaging Civilization, H.G. Wells suggests how this planetary political organization could be brought about through education and the management of public opinion. According to Wells, the future ...

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More To Collapsed Bridge Than Meets The Eye

Authored by fmeekins on Mon, Aug 06 2007 - 07:51 PM

What better way to control movement than to let bridges collapse?Those living near the affected bridges are automatically confined to their isolated communities and the remainder of the nation becomes reluctant to traverse what they are repeatedly told is a decaying infrastructure.As a result, according to a Jerome Corsi WorldNetDaily article ...

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A Review Of Saucer by Stepehn Coonts

Authored by fmeekins on Mon, Nov 19 2007 - 03:51 PM

In most science fiction stories, extraterrestrial technology is unveiled to the world when it is piloted to earth by proverbial little green men or bug eyed monsters.  However, in Saucer,  Stephen Coonts presents a scenario where man’s initial exposure to a civilization from beyond the earth does not occur overhead but rather from beneath our feet. ...

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Nation's Capital Implements Measures Violating Rights & Property

Authored by fmeekins on Sat, Nov 22 2008 - 05:21 AM

As the nation's capital, Washington DC is often looked to for various approaches on how to handle a number of growing issues around the country.  Usually government eggheads like to formulate their grandiose schemes from their comfortable halls of power and impose them upon areas of the heartland so far from scrutinizing eyes that very few end up ...

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Easter Sunday

Authored by giggleboxexpress on Mon, Apr 17 2006 - 03:01 PM

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Yesterday was a totally awesome day!!! Because I've moved from New York to Kentucky, I needed a new church home so I can grow and become more productive in the Kingdom of God.  I am so blessed because my neighbor attends church in a town called Bedford and she invited me to come worship there.  I have been attending Bedford Springs Church since ...

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And Will Obama Save Us From Our Sins?: Adoration Of Candidate Borders On The Fanatically Frightening

Authored by fmeekins on Thu, Jun 12 2008 - 03:14 PM

As the United States edges ever closer to tyranny with freedom dieing a little more each year with the passage of new laws, the handing down of judicial rulings, and the promulgation of executive orders, it is assumed by increasing numbers that it is the role of government to provide for all of our needs and to save us from our own worst ...

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Authored by giggleboxexpress on Wed, Apr 12 2006 - 11:23 AM

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I've just got to get this off my chest for now.  I'm really hating reality tv because what used to be entertaining is now, once again used for exploitation using sex and foul language.  I know people say that you should just change the channel, but it's really sad that people are more interested in degrading themselves than doing something ...

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Intellectually Excavating Indiana Jones Unearths Epistemological Artifacts

Authored by fmeekins on Thu, Jul 31 2008 - 02:03 PM

As a discipline, archaeology examines the artistic and technological remains of various cultures in the attempt to learn more about them.  Often from these objects, students learn about more than the subject's material nature but also insight into the beliefs and paradigms important to the human species at a particular time.Probably the most ...

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Authored by giggleboxexpress on Sat, Mar 11 2006 - 12:07 AM

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Gee whiz. I'm all for this blogging thing but unfortunately my brain can't keep still long enough to allow me to write how I would like to.Anyway, I'm thankful for so many blessings in my life. I'm 35 and recently I had a heart attack scare.  It wasn't my heart after all, thank God but I think it was gas lol.  But suppose it was THE BIG ONE and my ...

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TSA To Rummage Through Emotional Baggage As Well

Authored by fmeekins on Wed, Nov 28 2007 - 03:23 PM

On an episode of South Park taking aim at the airline industry, Mr. Garrison (still a man at that point) invented a mode of transportation where riders had to have a metal prod inserted into their backsides in order to avoid falling off the vehicle.  The response of those enduring such discomfort and humiliation was that it was still less than ...

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Schaeffer Progeny Kneels At The Feet Of Afrosupremacist Pastor

Authored by fmeekins on Wed, May 21 2008 - 02:33 PM

Charged with relaying the truth of God as revealed through Holy Scripture and rationally applied to more contemporary specific situations through theology, ministers face the unique challenge of uplifting those aspects of culture and society that are in accord with what the Lord intended for mankind while admonishing or criticizing those aspects ...

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World Missions Invoked As Excuse For Ecclesiastical Socialism

Authored by fmeekins on Wed, Mar 19 2008 - 06:04 AM

During the 1980’s, Phil Donahue use to get on his show and wring his hands about how guilty he felt for being an American while much of the world languished in poverty and despair.  While Donahue was noted for being an avowed secularist, similar tactics are often invoked in churches across the United States in order to manipulate good natured ...

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Major Escalation of the Conflict in the West Bank coming

Authored by xmissionary on Tue, Oct 26 2010 - 07:42 AM

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I have spent the last 35 years working as a covert missionary taking the gospel to Islam. Last night I had a very detailed dream about being inside the West Bank and there was a huge increase in the violence there centered on the settlements. Some of the Islamic soldiers were wearing Pakistani and Afghan looking garb. They were travelling in ...

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You have your Blog now !!

Authored by xmissionary on Tue, Oct 26 2010 - 07:11 AM

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Dear xmissionary, We have just made your blog space, now you can blog! This message is posted automatically by our system, to prevent collapsed layout. After your first post, you may delete this message. The URL of your Blogging (Blog Editting) page is : and the URL of your Blog page (for ...

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Hispanosupremacists Infiltrate Evangelical Movement

Authored by fmeekins on Mon, Jul 14 2008 - 06:22 PM

Minority activists and other guiltmongers often whine that 11 am Sunday morning is often the most segregated hour of the week.  I wonder what the we-are-all-one-big family agitators have to say about the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, which bills itself as the National Hispanic Association of Evangelicals.  While prominent ...

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