“The Burning,” an episode of Seinfeld, kind of works on two levels, and mirrors good improv, yet I have recently been having some difficulty with communication.
“Cosmo Kramer: Well, I’ve got gonorrhea.
Elaine: That sounds about right.
Elaine: Well, I’m going to hell.
Jerry: That sounds about right.”
Noting my production had fallen below a certain threshold for the first time this month, my supervisor paid me a compliment on Wednesday.
“Arby’s: $1 Coke Floats are here. At participating locations for a limited time. $1 price available for small size drink.”
“‘And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ (Mark 12:30)”
“Twitch is the world’s leading video platform and community for gamers,” where Ravendesk Games hosted an epic roleplaying session Sunday during which a friend rolled a critical, and likewise shared the following a week ago.
“‘All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.’
#14thAmendment, ratified 150 years ago today. The biggest step America has ever taken towards a more perfect union. Sweeping protections for individual rights so broad and all-encompassing, that we’re still working through the implications and struggling to live up to its promises a century and a half later. And every time we need it, as we often do, we have it right there in black and white: “any person” means all of us, without exception, even in ways beyond the wildest imaginations of its authors in 1868. Because in his genius, John Bingham didn’t give us an exhaustive list of particulars… he gave us a set of rock-solid foundational principles, ready and eager to be applied to new contexts and new persons.
The Declaration of Independence talked of universal, inalienable rights, but it was the Fourteenth Amendment that made individual rights the supreme law of the land, and that’s something worth celebrating every bit as much as the day we just marked with fireworks and parades.”
“looking to Jesus, the founder, and perfecter of our faith,
who for the joy that was set before he endured the cross,
despising the shame, (Hebrews 12:2)
and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God.”
I love princess – Jay’s Personal
“Politics is just about virtue signaling for or against Trump now,” while some say he is a Word of the Day from Dictionary.com – makebate – Archaic. a person who causes contention or discord:
Honestly, I haven’t listened to 96.5 The Buzz in a while and I’ve seen even less from their page on Facebook since the new algorithms, but they’re giving away hot dogs at a protest when Vice President Pence is visiting tomorrow, so no more following that page.
The music played by 96.5 The Buzz is not dissimilar from X 105.3, to whom I also haven’t listened much because they’re among my second group of preset stations to which I only turn when 94.9 KCMO starts to play Christmas music.
National Strawberry Sundae Day BAT! by Krash42
“Ant-Man and The Wasp review: Shrinking the focus to human relationships; Steve Ditko, Influential Comic-Book Artist Who Helped Create Spider-Man, Dies at 90”
“And the Lord said to Paul one night in a vision,
‘Do not be afraid, but go on speaking and do not be silent,
for I am with you, and no one will attack you to harm you,
for I have many in this city who are my people.’ (Acts 18:9-10)”
Trixie by EpochAii
For some reason, everything else ever published via WordPress has vanished from my Facebook, so images remain as profile pictures, I suppose.
“Here you come again / And here I go / Here I go / And here I go / Here I go”
Wow, a year has passed since this animation was posted to YouTube.
Unlike the hosts for ‘Two Best Friends Play,’ the game ‘Fallout 4’ is rated M for Mature, so the following contains extreme violence and much strong language.
“Two Best Sisters Play – Fallout 4” places Princess Celestia and Princess Luna as the players and keeps the guys’ voices.
Luna Fo4 by Captain Pudge Muffin
Machinima also produced ‘Combiner Wars’ and ‘Titan Masters’ for the ‘Prime Wars’ trilogy. Originally supposed to be an adaptation for the ‘Generic Universal RolePlaying System,’ creative differences caused ‘Fallout’ and changes to the title to be legally distinctive.