Bagging Up – Episode 8

Episode 1   Episode 2    Episode 3  Episode 4   Episode 5   Episode 6   Episode 7 INT. SPORTS BAR Simon, Bartholomew, and Philip agree to meet Judas for some beers and Thursday Night Football. Judas is seated at a table with an unknown guy. BARTHOLOMEW Hey, it’s the good doctor. Beep beep! JUDAS It’s working like […]

Where Did I Hear That Before

I wanted to move Bagging Up to Tuesday, but Wednesday is a better fit. For today’s entry, I will deal with an interesting question; is the Jesus story original? This is not an attempt to disprove the Jesus story. (We already know it is a myth!) I am simply trying to show that the writers […]

The Revelation

Heaven’s Angels   A Lesson   The Laws   The Tradition  The Myth  Fallon The Blind Dolphin I sat in my room and patiently waited for Joan to show up. For some reason, I sensed she would not appear; something changed. As I sat on the couch and thought, I realized there was only one difference; I was […]

This Actually Happened – November 26th, 2011

A Long Trip Home My years at Seton Hall University were filled with weekend trips to Boston; I honestly traveled home every two weeks. One Thanksgiving Day was the worst experience ever. At first, I made the decision to take the Peter Pan Bus since it was the cheapest method of travel. After a couple […]

How Quickly People Forget What Is Truly Important

Yesterday, I wrote a silly story about my difficulties with Thanksgiving. (You can read the entry here: No Thanks) The truth of the matter is, Thanksgiving is my second favorite day of the year; no other holiday can compare. Thanksgiving provides us time with family and friends, great food, football, relaxation, and leftovers. (If you […]

Great Interviews, BUT…

This entry is my review of Lee Strobel’s book, The Case For Christ. Strobel was a self-proclaimed atheist who used his journalism background to discover Jesus. He is now a Christian and a fervent believer. The book starts with a compelling story which immediately gains the sympathy of the reader. The tale is of a […]

Fallon The Blind Dolphin

Heaven’s Angels   A Lesson   The Laws   The Tradition  The Myth This is the first children’s story to be approved by the new Lord.      Fallon was born to regular dolphins. His parents, major and Carol, never achieved the ultimate goal of joining Magma’s Nifty Nine; these were the specially chosen dolphins which led Magma during […]

Where Amazingly Dumb Happens

The NBA is in a lockout which seems to have no end. For years, I’ve been unhappy with the direction of the league, so I am happy about the current situation. I don’t have much to say about the matter, but here are some of my thoughts! The NBA players have been coddled to the […]