The last days have come. Jesus has reappeared! And there was an apparent misunderstanding. It seems that the great melting of the world will actually take place at room temperature (the change probably had something to do with the sudden onset of global warming). The righteous shall be as chocolate sauce, nuts, and a cherry. … Read more Sacred spumoni?
I just wanted to take a moment to thank the Food and Drug Administration, and all the fast-food places, for pulling tomatoes from the market. I am one who does not enjoy eating tomatoes. I think it is a texture thing, because I do like ketchup and salsa. Except when the salsa has thick tomato … Read more Hold the Tomatoes
There is a story coming out of Provo, Utah that is making me think. Here’s a link to the story: http://deseretnews.com/article/0,1249,695269341,00.html Here’s my summary: In this story, we have mom Lareen Strong, who has a daughter that really likes “Rock Star” Miley Cyrus, and it just so happens that Ms. Cyrus is coming to Provo … Read more The Strong Arm of the ADA Law is Heard
I once had a dream that they had built an extension of the Disneyland monorail from the Magic Kingdom to Saint George, Utah. I was pretty excited about the dream, because it meant that my ten-hour-drive would now only be a four-hour-drive and then a monorail ride the rest of the way! (Also, I did … Read more A Magic Train to the Magic Kingdom?!
An item in the news (click for the link) explains that Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Bugs Bunny, and Tweety Bird were called to be witnesses in court-of-law. I was just imagining how part of that trial might go… … Judge: “We first call ‘Donald’ to the stand” Donald: “Baaa Baa Baa Baaaaa Baaaa” Judge: “We … Read more Dis-Order in the Court
I have a theory. My theory deals with the overall happiness and productivity of our entire community. I haven’t concluded my research yet, but I suspect that before I am finished I will find that this theory even extends to the felicity and prospering of the nation, and possibly the world, as a whole. My … Read more It All Starts with the Morning Newspaper