Monthly Archives: October 2018

We’re All Bozos on This Bus

The Firesign Theatre (1971) This was one of Rob Rudd‘s favourite albums. And the reason I’m highlighting its catch phrase today is the dream I had last night. In the dream, I experienced a sensation similar to what I can … Continue reading

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We are the Fifth Estate

Enemy of the People? Trump has declared war on the mainstream media (MSM) by calling them the enemy of the people. What he really means is that they seem to have made him their enemy and this is his way … Continue reading

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Gunning for the People

The Right to Bear Arms Today, I’d like to take aim at the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution. “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep … Continue reading

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Decoded: Jesus Wept

ἐδάκρυσεν ὁ Ἰησοῦς Using the Gematria code, as shown above, one can get to the truth behind the shortest Bible verse (John 11:35) The total adds up to 1743. “Jesus” on its own is 888 (see above). When the digits … Continue reading

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A Celebration of Life

The Raising of Lazarus In terms of a miracle, this is a big one. It may have been the final straw as far as the Jewish leaders were concerned. There was a lot at stake here. When you read the … Continue reading

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Car as Metaphor

Vanishing Point (1971) Some movies don’t make sense, at least, not until many years later. Vanishing Point is one such film. You need to think of the car as a vehicle for the soul to understand its meaning. 1970 Dodge … Continue reading

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What the Blazing Heck!?

Mel Brooks’ Blazing Saddles Do you remember this one? If you want to understand what’s going on in the new Wild West of America, take a look back at Mel Brooks’ masterpiece. In 2008, the American people hired a new sheriff: … Continue reading

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Poetry as Semi-Autobiography

Richard Cory There are many theories as to whom Richard Cory refers. Some have suggested that two individuals who lived in Gardiner, Maine (Robinson’s home town) may have been the models for the character: Sedgewick Plummer; and Frank Anne. Some … Continue reading

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The Perfect Woman?

According to the Daily Mail According to Me: Sarah Shahi

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Blowing Up the Opposition

“Suspicious” Devices in the Mail One was found in George Soros’ mailbox yesterday. That alerted the police to a potential threat to other liberals. Today, the rest were delivered. This is unprecedented. Two former Democratic Presidents were targeted. But this … Continue reading

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