Saturday, August 27, 2005


Anyone out there see CNN's "Dead Wrong?" If so, tell me what you thought!

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Horse and Buggy

There's a bet going on from NYC to LA that gas will cost us $3.00 a gallon before the end of the year. Maybe we should all go back to the horse and buggy. Picture it: 5 million horses galloping from hither to yon. It may take a lot longer to get to work or visit loved ones. but think of the loving bonds of friendship will build with our new companions along the way. We'll just have to remember to carry a lot of lumps of sugar in our pockets. What do you think? Will you be visiting grandma on horseback?

Friday, August 05, 2005

On Vacation

So, President Bush is on vacation for the whole month of August! We ought to hurry and "uninstall" him while he's gone.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Say What???

An 11-year-old girl who was arrested on a deadly weapons charge after throwing a rock during a water-balloon fight, goes on trial today in Fresno, California.

Monday, August 01, 2005


Blessings on my grandson Keenan, who had his surgery last week at Denver Children's Hospital. Everything went great! Anyone wanting to know more about craniosystenosis look on


The day after the tsunami hit South Asia, taking nearly 30,000 lives and causing incalculable destruction, Elder Subandriyo called Bertha Suranto to take leave of her job and travel to the city of Medan in northern Sumatra. As a volunteer for her church, she began purchasing building materials, tents, food, clothing, cooking stoves, and materials for thousands of hygiene kits. As each truck was filled, Sister Sutanto phoned ahead to her husband who was helping out in Banda Aceh, and he helped distribute the items among those in need--99 % of whom were Muslim. Everywhere they went, townspeople ran out to greet and welcome them. "We felt as though we were movie stars," Sister Suranto said. One village chief said more than anything else, his village needed copies of the Koran, as theirs had been swept away in the tsunami. A few days later, the LDS Church presented the village with 700 copies.

I say, Good for them. My question: if the shoe was on the other foot, would the Muslims have done the same with copies of the Book of Mormon?

Bush installs Bolton

Isn't anyone else bothered that Bush installed Bolton by "bypassing" the Senate over the protests that this would "hurt U.S. credibility." My question is: What CREDIBILITY????? It's already DEAD, dudes. And gone.


BC this morning: (Wiley's dictionary's defines AGNOSTIC) "A guy who, when you sneeze, shrugs and says, 'Whatever.'"