Wednesday, September 29, 2010
In the story below titled, Blog Time, I refer to a critical email I received regarding a story I had published about Prince Poppycock. The mail poured in over that story, with some accusing me of being anti-gay while others accused me of being pro-gay. Sheesh! No matter what you write these days, someone will fire a canon at you. That particular email was strange and posted on christiancoalition.com I responded to that comment. Today, a second email arrived which was even more bizarre. This final response to that critic was right to the point. Yes, I rightfully came down hard on him. You will see first the second email he sent and then, my response.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Blog Time Dotted Lines to discuss a rather strange email to christiancoalition.com regarding my article on that site about Prince Poppycock.. this one, I responded to…Ann Coutlter’s address to homosexual group… a statement about race and racism….and San Francisco…a city that plans to make it legal to smoke marijuana whenever and wherever you like, but don’t you dare talk on your cell phone while driving….fasten your seat belts.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
My story/review of Prince Poppycock’s final performance on America’s Got Talent pulled so much email that our inbox could not accept any more. In that story,” Prince Poppycock’s Popoffs Puff Cool Million plus Shot at Stardom” it was obvious that I considered him a good talent, but was frustrated that the young panicle blew his chance of winning the top slot because of his own attitude, which killed him in a matter of split-seconds.
Friday, September 17, 2010
It was a self-inflicted crash that took with it a million dollars and a shot at stardom. And it proved that even though ‘America’s Got Talent,’ it will mean nothing if you alienate your audience. And it shows clearly why we need to get back to having a little more class and some manners.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
(Oakley, California) A unique ceremony took place Sunday, September 12th at Mountain View Christian Center in Oakley, California. Five chaplains were installed and commissioned to serve East County in The Bay Area as “Community Chaplains” literally taking the church outside its walls. While concentrated in Contra Costa County, a couple of them will be serving nationally.
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