Monthly Archives: April 2007


“…the children are so hungry for attention that a clutch of 5-year-olds begins to chant in Spanish: “A visit! A visit!” In a nearby bungalow for girls 4 to 6 years old the kids jump into the arms of their … Continue reading

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Someone Still Mourns You, Boris Yeltsin

Today we mourn a hero among hard-working, hard-drinking, funky-dancing former presidents of former super-power communist conglomerations. Boris Yeltsin died this morning at the age of 76. One finds it difficult to truly grasp the ramifications of such a loss, although … Continue reading

Posted in humor, music, news

The All New G-Rated Bible!

WARNING: The following post is a joke. You can draw whatever meaning you like from it, as long as you don’t accuse me of being serious. Thank you. “Mommy, what do you mean Noah only took two of every animal?”“Well, … Continue reading

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KY3 Story – Urban Spiritual Seekers and Anatomically Incorrect Chickens

Last night, The Core, and the Front Porch, were featured on KY3 News at Ten. Overall, pretty good story. Fair, but friendly, too. The only thing… and I can imagine the reporter snickering with the video editors about this… is … Continue reading

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We Worship You… Almighty Book

I love coining new words. Especially when they have some logical familiarity to them. Today’s new word, albeit hyphenated, is “para-biblical”, and it arose from the debate between those who believe that all of God’s words to us, his children, … Continue reading

Posted in bible, doctrine, guidance, holy spirit | 78 Comments

Atheists For Jesus

There it is in black-on-white: Atheists for Jesus. So, of course, it’s a joke, right? Probably one of those snarky shirts they sell at Spencer Gifts or something. Except that the man wearing the shirt is no joker. His name … Continue reading

Posted in culture, jesus, religion | 12 Comments