Nostra-Dog-Mus

Once upon a time, in the small town of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona, near the famous four corners, there lived a unique canine. The mayor of Teec Nos Pos found the dog while on a family trip to the border where Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah connect. Immediately, the mayor’s son, little Thomas bonded […]

Fun With Pics

I always found memes to be hilarious, but I never knew how easy it was to create them. Unfortunately, I was too lazy to take a moment to look into the process, up until recently. I am now addicted to creating these wonderful captioned photos. Here are the first several memes that I have posted […]

The Borgias

Recently, I watched the first three episodes of Showtime’s hit series the Borgias. I first learned about this wonderfully Catholic family in Mario Puzo’s book; The Family. This is the historic family which produced two of my favorite Popes; Alexander VI and his son (Yes, you read that correctly) Julius II. I’m not going to […]

A Different Perspective

Christmas is beginning to be my favorite holiday; it’s arguably the most important day in Christianity, but somehow, Santa Claus is more important than Jesus! As an atheist, this is truly the greatest gift Santa ever delivered! (In the battle of mythological heroes, Santa is more powerful!) Many people attempt to justify their failure to […]

Some People Will Believe Anything

KIM JONG-IL      The season ending episode of Bagging Up will be posted tomorrow. This entry will be about the late North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-Il. I am not concerned with his politics or human rights record; there are evil people all over this planet. What fascinates me about the “Supreme Leader,” is the weird […]

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 […]

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 […]