Thou shalt not kill.
This is from the Holy Bible. It’s one of the ten commandments allegedly given to the prophet, Moses, straight from God. It doesn’t say:
Thou shalt not kill. Well, unless it’s for your country. Oh, or if you’re hungry.
God, not being Schizophrenic, kept it simple, as I can only imagine […]full article →
Small talk has never been my thing. I can recall many first conversations with people where midway through the conversation they’ll say something to the effect of, “Wait, why am I telling you this?”
My wife’s uncle Jerry and I share this trait. He has no clue what I do for a living or what […]full article →
After a certain amount of development, there’s a point in writing in which characters begin to take on a life of their own; begin to write themselves.
Being somewhat of a self-help junkie, or just plain selfish, I asked myself:
What have I done to develop my character?
The reason that fictional characters begin to […]full article →
This is not a service I recall having seen advertised. Still, I felt compelled to assume the position yesterday at my brother-in-law’s memorial service.
There are obvious reasons why no one would want their picture taken at a funeral:
it’s something they’d rather forget their makeup is running and they look like a train wreck […]full article →
I was trying to think of a Google query I could make that wouldn’t result in porn:
“the holy bible king james version”
As funny and ironic as BiblePorn™ is, this exercise is disheartening on a few different levels:
a) Level of ease.
When I was a kid, I had to actually go outside and […]full article →
For those of you who unfamiliar with the popular Christian televangelist’s latest drama, he recently stated that the earthquake in Haiti was the result of a “pact to the devil,” made sometime in the not-so-distant past.
The famed mythological figure, Satan, himself, commented via the Minneapolis Star-Tribune on Thursday:
Dear Pat Robertson,
I know that […]full article →