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Day October 9, 2009

Rapture Ready Board Reacts to Obama’s Nobel Prize

The folks at Rapture Ready are concerned:

When I heard this morning about o’s glorification, I was terrified that the Rapture had occurred and I had done something to miss it. No way in a normal world would anyone give the prize to 0bama based on his record to date…I mean something weird had to happen, right?

But, I got on here, you guys are all still here, so either we messed up somewhere along the way, or we’re still waiting to be called home!

What has happened to the America I grew up in? Are we so far gone . . .that we won’t be able to come back? Sadly, that we are.

I had to slowly eat a couple of crackers to settle my stomach after that headline.

And what awful timing — while the dem’s are trying to ram HC reform through congress.

And on the heels of the 2016 Olympics debacle?

The timing was definately orchestrated very carefully.

Well he only has 3 yrs left if we can get him voted out other wise we will be stuck with him for another 7 years and 3 months and like 10 days LOL.. We can only hope Dr Orly Taitz can prove he wasn’t born here and has 39 Social security numbers if we can get that investigated and prove it true it could be less… Ok So I am wishing

This is a JOKE brothers and sisters, a complete JOKE! As each day comes and goes, I find myself having a very difficult time to continue praying for you-know-who. I find myself having to pray for our administration instead. I mean it folks. This man is so arrogant and all about his agenda that it literally makes me sick to my stomach. I will continue to pray for him as best I can for as long as this nation holds together, which most likely will NOT be long! PLEASE COME SOON LORD JESUS!!!!!

Well thinking back on all the scam emails I get from Nigeria and all of the money they want to give me cause someone I did not even know died, maybe, just maybe I should email them back. It may be true. Maybe someone truly wants to give me 18 million dollars, who am I to think it is just a scam? I mean look at Obama, he get the Nobel Peace prize for doing nothing, and Nigeria wants to give me a few million dollars, where is that email now? hmmmmmmm.

This should reinforce how close the Lord’s coming for us is. When I hear some headline like this it’s hard to keep a straight face. When the insane is sane, when evil is good. I hope that you guys realize ‘who’ really arranged this… To any ‘thinking mind’ this is a farce, a bad comedy, a bad joke come true. Satan has empowered him to mesmerize so many, with so little. Anxiously awaiting satan’s next accomplishment.

Autumn Scenes

From The Big Picture.

The US Civil War In 4 Minutes

Shep Smith is Mad as Hell And Isn’t Going to Take it Anymore

Lunch

Lunch today is brought to us by Carolyn from Hawaii:

resolution is weird – taken with my iphone…..

pulled pork with coleslaw and home-made chips (i didnt eat those – too greasy)

Gordon Biersch – Honolulu

but the view was awesome – got to watch a tug boat turn a barge around and then take it out to sea…… what a great way to break up the day!

Fiji Meat Man

(via PCL LinkDump)

America Celebrates Obama’s Peace Prize by Bombing the Moon

Cuz that’s how we roll.

NASA crashed a rocket and a satellite into the moon’s surface on Friday morning, a $79 million mission that could determine if there is water on the moon.

NASA televised live images of the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, as it crashed into a crater near the moon’s south pole.

NASA officials said it appeared to be a “successful impact,” although they could not immediately spot anticipated plumes of moon dust kicked up by the two crashes.

Minutes before its impact, the satellite guided a rocket into the Cabeus crater in an effort to kick up enough dust to help the LCROSS find whether there is any water in the moon’s soil.

The Centaur upper-stage rocket impacted the moon shortly after 7:30 a.m. ET, and the satellite followed it four minutes later.

The Diving Horses of Atlantic City

Entertainment has changed a bit:

‘But above all, I remember anxiously getting bleacher seats to see the Diving Horse. As we took our seats, the horse, with a girl named Arnette Webster (clad in a rubber wet suit) on its back, was about to jump from a platform roughly thirty feet high into a pool. I recall staring at the odd sight of a horse standing as calmly as you please on a platform above a pool just like the kind I swam in at my Aunt Anne and Uncle Leo’s house. To a recorded drum roll and cymbal crash, Webster urged the horse forward, and the two fell through space, to make the biggest splash I’d ever seen—even bigger than the cannonballs my uncle could make in his own pool. Wow! And then both horse and rider surfaced, though for the life of me, I can’t recall how they got out of the pool.’

(via Dangerous Minds)

Comment of the Day

From dang about Obama winning the Nobel Peace Prize:

This is like awarding the Cy Young to a pitcher called up from the minors in August because he finished the season 5-0 with a 1.00 ERA. Let’s wait until he wins 20 games…

I’m torn about this. On one hand, even as an ardent Obama supporter, I’m not really sure how he gets the Nobel Peace Prize when we’re still in Iraq and Afghanistan unless Bush set the bar so low that just basic diplomatic communication with foreign countries is now considered Nobel Prize worthy.

On the other hand, I’m really excited that the Birfers, Becks, Oxycontin abusers, and pseudo-plumbers in Wingnuttia will now give me enough material to post on Cyn-C for the next few months. Put your ponchos on Cynics, the spittle is about to fly.

Daily Dose of Ingersoll

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If a man would follow, today, the teachings of the Old Testament, he would be a criminal. If he would follow strictly the teachings of the New, he would be insane.

Thanks to Markus for sending me a link to some audio recordings of Ingersoll. (They’re very short and the quality is really bad however so don’t expect much)

(First posted on May 18, 2007)


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