Friday, May 30, 2014

A Gift for the Future from the Past

Yahoo! My time-travel gun arrived this morning from 1898. Nikola Tesla sent this by way of Corky Velveeta. This handy-dandy pistola will take the trigger man and the one "shot" into the past or future together. You can also "shoot" an object and it comes along for the ride. Can't wait to get started. Well, I'm back from 1898 to thank Mr. Tesla personally. He was busy but found time for a cup of Folger's Breakfast Blend and a cinnamon roll.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Friday, May 23, 2014

A Friendly Reminder

The Eyes Have It

Eye of the Beholder (11 Nov. 1960) 

Twilight ZoneSeason 2, Episode 6

Janet Tyler is in hospital having undergone treatment to make her look normal. It's her 11th trip to the hospital for treatment and she is desperate to look like everyone else. Some of her earliest childhood memories are of people looking away, horrified by her appearance. Her bandages will soon come off and she can only hope that this, her last treatment, will have done the trick. If not, her doctor has told she will be segregated with a colony of similar looking people. All that to say that truth is truly in the eye of the beholder.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

The Twilight Zone S03 E24 To Serve Man

One of my top ten Twilight Zone episodes. Think of this as an analogy of heresies and heterodoxy entering the Church. Wolves in sheep's clothing, indeed.  

Just for Laughs #310

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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Twilight Zone Episode 8 - Time Enough at Last

SUMMARY: Henry Bemis, a bookish bank clerk, can't find enough time to read. He reads constantly, nearly every waking minute. On his lunch hour, he reads of the H-bomb while down in the vault of the bank. It goes off suddenly, leaving him as the last man on Earth. In the ruins of a sporting goods store he finds a gun and considers doing away with himself … but when he catches sight of the remains of a public library, he has a reason to stay alive.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Corky's Lost Episode

The Twilight Zone Episode: "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"

Season 5, Episode 3
Episode Synopsis: William Shatner plays an Arminian salesman, Bob Wilson, recovering from a breakdown---until he sees a Romans 9 Grenade on the wing of his plane. Thinking the "creature" is damaging the plane, when in reality he was repairing the faulty wiring, Bob Wilson starts to lose his sanity in mid-flight.
Written by Richard Matheson and Directed by Richard Donner (“Superman”). Host: Rod Serling.
Original Air Date: Oct 11, 1963
Guest CastEdward Kemmer: Flight EngineerChristine White: Ruth WilsonWilliam Shatner: Bob WilsonCorky Velveeta: Romans 9 Grenade

Friday, May 16, 2014

Religious Role

The actor pictured above played a Biblical character in a movie about Jesus. Who is the actor? What part did he play? What was the title of the motion picture?

Just for Laughs #309

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Just Yesterday

President Ilham Aliyev and Tomislav Nikolic unveiled the monument and put flowers on it. First Lady of Azerbaijan Mehriban Aliyeva and Serbian First Lady Dragica Nikolic also laid flowers at the monument. Eddie Eddings and Corky Velveeta of Calvinistic Cartoons also attended the event.
The monument commemorating Nikola Tesla stands in one of the central parks of Baku, at the crossroads on the corner of Azadliq Avenue and Suleyman Rahimov Street. The authors of the 3,3-meter monument are renowned Azerbaijani sculptor Omar Eldarov and architect Sanan Salamzadeh. The monument is made of bronze and represents Nikola Tesla against the background of one of his inventions.
After the ceremony President Aliyev and President Nikolic asked for Corky's autograph and asked to be taken to the year 1898 for some reason.

Arminian Antics #134

Friday, May 9, 2014


4.0 out of 5 stars
Practical Suggestions for Joy in Suffering

I'll be honest--the only reason I gave this book a look is that it is published by New Growth Press. If I didn't have a good bit of trust for the publisher, I probably wouldn't have gotten past the title. I guess the publisher pretty much says it all here: "Personal crises and disappointments have led many to the pessimistic conclusion that `my life sucks.' Underneath the contemporary slang are universal and timeless questions about the human condition. People of every age, in every kind of circumstance have wondered to themselves and others: Will my life ever be better than this? Is this as good as it gets? This book is an honest and compassionate look at the real struggles we face in a broken world where bad things do happen. Ramon Presson, a marriage and family counselor, describes his own significant personal struggles, including hospitalization for depression. Using the letter that Paul wrote to the Philippians from prison, Presson shares that hope and joy are possible even when life disappoints. Full of practical suggestions for how you can live with purpose and meaning right in the middle of your everyday struggles, When Will My Life Not Suck? is a hopeful treatment of human suffering from someone who has personally lived it and counseled others through the wilderness." Hopeful biblical treatments of human suffering is a busy field in Christian publishing but it seems that this one brings something to the table in its urgency and practicality.
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Just for Laughs #307

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