Kirks Folly

22 Jun 19
The Inquiring Mind

Matthew Hooton has a new column in the NZ Herald on the stupidity that is Phil Twyford and the KiwiBuild debacle More than a year ago, I began predicting in columns and on Newstalk ZB and other radio that the number of houses to be built under Phil Twyford’s KiwiBuild scheme would be zero. Hooton […]

22 Jun 19
G F Sonsmith Scottish Author

What we did for the Romans The question is what did the Romans do for us? It is a popular misconception by Scots that we avoided contact with the Empire and thus maintained our separate culture and autonomy whilst England became subsumed and mollified by it and its lazy indulgences. This is of course not […]

20 Jun 19
The Daily Hatch

_ Over and over I have read that Hugh Hefner was a modern day King Solomon and Hefner’s search for satisfaction was attempted by adding to the number of his sexual experiences. Richard Zowie makes the same comparison below: King Solomon would disagree with Gene Simmons about Hugh Hefner August 2, 2010richardzowieLeave a commentGo to comments […]

16 Jun 19
Jesus Christ Is The Only Way To Salvation

First let me include this link to a webpage that explains what I just said. I know I’m going to get a lot of hate comments for this but simply said, GOD SAYS TO SIMPLY BELIEVE… BELIEVE… BELIEVE… that Jesus Christ died on the cross, was buried, and rose again from the grave. Lordship Salvation […]

14 Jun 19
Durham Beekeepers

The Association has a small lending library.  If you would like to borrow a book please contact Janet the librarian.  Books are issued and returned at the monthly meetings by prearrangement with her (dbka.library@gmail.com). Our library stock is listed below.  For the most up to date listing of what’s on loan please go to our […]

13 Jun 19
The Daily Hatch

_ _ Over and over I have read that Hugh Hefner was a modern day King Solomon and Hefner’s search for satisfaction was attempted by adding to the number of his sexual experiences. Rankin Wilbourne noted:  Imagine a man more brilliant that Albert Einstein, more wealthy than Bill Gates, more powerful than Barack Obama, the […]

12 Jun 19
Building Blocks

The history and spirit of a place is found in its architecture. Yet Lowell was initially built as a place to make wealth, not display it. Tentative and experimental, it was a provisional place for its parsimonious Yankee founders, where financial failure was a constant specter. People came and left with regularity. They built only […]

04 Jun 19
Poppity Talks Classic Film

Today we reminisce about The MGM musicals of Vincente Minnelli * Published specifically for The Second Annual Broadway Blogathon hosted by Rebecca at Taking Up Room * I was never a huge fan of musicals or singing and dancing in films when growing up. My first real exposure to this genre was Annie which I […]

02 Jun 19
Punk Noir Magazine

  TELEVISION I love television but recently I seem to watch less and less of it. When I was a kid, I obsessed over The Prisoner starring Patrick McGoohan. I thought it was the greatest tv series ever made. And I was right. I love old black and white tv – The Twilight Zone, Outer […]

02 Jun 19
highlanderimages photography

When you are born and brought up in your home town you just take the local scenery and buildings for granted as it is the norm for you. It’s only when you perhaps move away and come back many years later that you look at your town in a different light. Kirkcaldy is located in […]

01 Jun 19
THE GLORIOUS NEWS

Choose any beach vacation town, and you can expect to find a few things — water, sand, probably ice cream, possibly a Ferris wheel. But it takes a little more to make a spot the kind of place that people from the nearest big town and beyond return to summer after summer, sometimes for generations. […]

30 May 19
The Daily Hatch

_ 768 × 499Images may be subject to copyright. Learn More Over and over I have read that Hugh Hefner was a modern day King Solomon and Hefner’s search for satisfaction was attempted by adding to the number of his sexual experiences. Jamie Francis noted: A Modern Day Solomon Hefner’s life sounds a lot like Solomon, the […]

19 May 19
floridavelocipede

It’s never too soon to start working on the legacy thing. I had rather hoped that Gov. Ron DeSantis would carry on the legacy of fellow Republican Claude Kirk. Instead he has opted to emulate Napoleon Bonaparte Broward. A Democrat. Yeah, I know, Kirk was a bit of an eccentric, even a loose cannon. But […]

15 May 19
Dunctopia

Many of Edinburgh’s most popular visitor attractions are situated within relatively close proximity of each other in the old town. Some of these also make the list of most iconic Instagram spots in Edinburgh. If you want your Instagram to look pro then make sure you snap a shot of these iconic spots next time […]

06 May 19
Kairos Blog

Sermon of the Week How Might God Get Your Attention? A sermon preached at The Kirk of Kansas City, Missouri, on May 5, 2019. #pcusa Keywords: Rachel Held Evans, Authentic Faith, Saul, Lakeshore, Sent a Boat Scripture readings (which you may wish to read prior): John 21:1-3b, 9-14 and Acts 9:1-20 Rachel Held Evans died […]