Paul Gray

22 Jul 19
Truth2Freedom's Blog

Empty Hearts Therefore everyone who hears these words of Mine, and acts upon them, may be compared to a wise man, who built his house upon the rock. And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and burst against that house; and yet it did not fall, for it had been […]

22 Jul 19
Boulder Daily Camera
The following data is supplied by Colorado Weekly Homebuyers List Inc., 303-744-2020. The names and addresses of real estate buyers are available on gummed labels that include phone numbers. BOULDER AREA HOME SALES Listed are the buyer, the property address, the seller and the amount. Boulder Michelle Dotter — 4600 17th St., Unit 200, Darcie C. Carr, $189,500. Daniel Connors — 4815 White Rock Circle, Apt. D, Rising Trout Realty Group, $290,900. Daniel Connors — 4815 White Rock Circle, Apt. F, Meier Mount Properties LLC, $299,200. Richard and Imelda Smith — 33 S. Boulder Circle, Apt. 108, Wanda Kaan, $305,000. Elizabeth and John Boese — 1830 22nd St., Apt. 14, Daniel H. Doherty, $312,000. Jordan Mungin — 3250 Oneal Circle, Apt. J35, Maria Gehne, $319,000. Tenzin Passang — 5420 Arapahoe Ave. Ste, Fox LLC, $320,000. Benjamin Setterquist — 7442 Singing Hills Drive, Liam McClintock, $336,000. Katherine Bywater — 5934 Gunbarrel Ave., Apt. F, Anne E. Somes, $395,600. Katie and Mark Ewig — 3850 Paseo Del Prado, Apt. 17, Vicki Meadows, $420,000. Susan Dyer — 4470 Driftwood Place, Keith E. Baker, $445,000. David Janis — 2278 Nicholl St. E., Lowell Dennis Antener, $450,000. Ahmed Wahedi — 500 Mohawk Drive, Apt. 203, Sandra Gaitonde, $465,000. Michael Kwolek — 3301 Arapahoe Ave., Unit 223, Cityview Peloton 390 LP, $489,900. Chih Hsiao — 4475 Aberdeen Court, Donna J. Darland, $531,000. Joseph and Maria Cousins — 7426 Clubhouse Road, Michael E. Kopper, $532,500. Christopher Vonderhaar — 458 Nightshade Drive, Shawn and Denise Smith, $539,000. Imtiaz Rangwala — 3131 Redstone Lane, Roger F. Thompson, $540,000. Lisa Fortuna — 4230 Corriente Place, Mary A. Hassler, $615,000. Katherine and Jonathan Huckabee — 4310 Pali Way, Joseph and Bonit Vininski, $672,500. Ian and Amber Morris — 5553 Baca Circle, F. and Carolynne Muldoon, $740,000. David and Cecile Carlson — 380 S. 36th St., Peter and Virginia Stringi, $770,000. Nicholas and Allison Lasure — 864 Laurel Ave., Thorne Living Trust, $777,000. Patricia Lehman — 275 Pearl St., Apt. 13, Kathleen Clisham Landrum, $785,000. Philip Vanderbilt — 7172 Olde Stage Road, Joseph and Ba Passalacqua, $859,000. Elizabeth Bowesspiegel — 5697 Pennsylvania Place, Kevin and Gail Trenberth, $950,000. Riley and Courtney End — 3330 Everett Drive, Ravi and Stacey Dykema, $950,000. Mirella Shannon — 3125 Bluff St., Spark Boulder 24 LLC, $971,100. Rosalind Buick — 1061 Grant Place, 1061 Grant Place LLC, $1,125,000. Alexis Fasseas — 2944 10th St., Joseph M. Demmler, $1,161,200. Kenneth and Terri Wolf — 4399 Lariat Way, Andrew and Kami White, $1,220,000. Ryan and Yvonne Bennett — 1250 Albion Road, Jeffrey W. Zadow, $1,950,000. Corey and Suzanne Weiss — 3010 Washington St., Eric Lyon, $2,250,000. Gregory and Dana Jones — 3065 17th St., Jason and Casey Hebb, $2,373,000. Broomfield Adiel and Laura Brasov — 3350 Boulder Circle, Unit 202, Ronnie and Judith Blackwelder, $60,000. Ronnie and Judith Blackwelder — 14300 Waterside Lane, Unit L4, Laura and Adiel Brasov, $60,000. Anna Gregory — 10 Amesbury St., Daniel Flanagan, $270,000. Joel Rashbaum — 38 Douglas Drive S., Robert J. Floyd, $330,000. Tiffany Pinkley — 1980 Elmwood St., Leslie M. Prevish, $330,000. Matthew and Whitney Bergman — 13900 Lake Song Lane, Unit U2, Shiela Koppenheffer, $330,000. Upile and Jessica Khaya — 13584 Decatur Court, Jeffrey Waterman, $373,000. Erin Szemak — 395 Jade St., Susan and Barbara Patton, $408,000. Tyson Gutherless — 13349 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $415,300. Nathan Holloway — 13346 Wildflower St., Richard and Renee Holloway, $420,000. Noah Learner — 4253 Hawthorne Drive, Garret and Malena Nicodemus, $425,000. Steven and Janice Benkoske — 16461 Aliante Drive, Richard J. Hoffer, $430,000. Cheryl Gray — 4815 Raven Run, Igor Gosh, $435,000. Michael and Bruce Baker — 12587 Dale Court, Bryan and Sara Lauer, $440,000. Nathan and Vail Nazzaro — 17452 Olive St., Taylor Morrison Colo. Inc., $442,100. Brian Young — 4960 Yates Court, Zheng Wang, $450,000. Breanna Carroll — 17464 Olive St., Taylor Morrison Colo. Inc., $456,600. Taryn Talley — 13339 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $459,300. Phillip and Pamela Gonzalez — 3285 W. 11th Ave. Court, Robert V. Erichson, $470,000. Dennis and Jennifer Stjohn — 12631 James Circle, Ngan Thi Le, $474,000. Mosh and Annabelle Manresa — 306 Agate St., Edward and Shannon Talbot, $490,000. Mary and Zachary Evenhouse — 3558 W. 135th Ave., Mark and Beverly Shamley, $490,000. Jill Sutak — 17057 Navajo St., Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $497,000. Christen Selter — 13048 Sandstone Drive, Taylor Morrison Colo. Inc., $511,900. David Dufour — 13329 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $513,900. Dawn Petrus — 4972 Democrat Drive, Gerald B. Allen Jane N. Li, $515,000. Tenzin Jamyang — 17056 Navajo St., Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $520,000. Nathan and Lynde Haasis — 14133 Fairwind Lane, William and Linda Lane, $532,500. Brandon Sartor — 13359 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $538,800. Cory and Cassandra Brown — 17078 Osage St., Meritage Homes Coloraod Inc., $550,000. Alfred and Regina Tate — 2037 Vallejo Loop, Wonderland Quail Creek LLC, $557,700. Yolanda Youts — 14272 Piney River Road, Ronald S. Drabman Living Trus, $615,000. Jaccie Martinson — 16040 Atlantic Peak Way, Weekley Homes LLC, $628,000. Justin and Anna Ray — 15915 Vermillion Way, Rex and Constance Renfrew, $638,900. Mary Wrend — 16045 Atlantic Peak Way, Weekley Homes LLC, $645,200. Michael and Rebecca Dews — 13348 King Lake Trail, Thibodeau Revocable Trust, $715,900. Kimberly Dooley — 1229 W. 171st Place, Adam C. Torrez, $748,000. Lars and Kate Grimsrud — 2610 Creekside Court, Scott and Jennifer Nusz, $750,000. Shad Shepston — 3551 Mount Powell Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $868,300. John and Judy Huff — 15678 Bison Run, Toll Co. II LP, $893,100. Ashley and Alexander Olsen — 16185 Bushnell Peak Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $935,400. Arthur and Melinda Toensmeier — 15636 Deer Mountain Circle, Toll Co. II LP, $971,900. Ryan and Erin Polen — 3711 Mount Powell Drive, Epic Homes Anthem Ll, $1,117,400. R and Amanda Lewis — 16401 Graham Peak Way, Epic Homes Anthem Ll, $1,328,800. Erie Woor Pardo — 1204 County Road 7, James S. Waite, $100,000. Greg and Cindy Stackhouse — 2429 Shortridge Place, Jalpesh Patadia, $252,000. Charles Taylor — 1450 Blue Sky Way, Unit 12-30, Mark and Tiffany McCaughtry, $302,500. Susan Elsberry — 890 Audubon Peak Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $432,900. Nathaniel and Laura Rapsey — 2570 Wisteria Drive, Todd and Katelin Bjerkaas, $440,000. Donald and Amanda Bird — 562 Green Mountain Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $454,100. Laura and Keith McMorran — 962 Twin Sister Circle, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $464,000. Jill Hipes — 1042 Pinecliff Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $480,400. Michael and Carole Mancini — 625 Brennan Circle, Bc Brennan LLC, $484,200. Spencer and Emily Roberts — 515 Gallegos Circle, Susan Ann Smietanski, $488,000. John and Vera Newman — 1181 Homestead Road, William Lyon Homes Inc., $517,000. Gregory and Jessica Witherow — 141 Northrup Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $530,400. Eric and Julie Gleason — 90 Solstice Way, Debra and Edward Goodman, $535,000. Kevin and Eva Rich — 766 Cabot Drive, Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., $537,300. Dominic and Christina Carlill — 615 Gold Hill Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $549,900. Allen and Kara Knott — 963 Pinecliff Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $551,200. Christopher and Nicole Shipman — 1396 Jackson Court, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $558,000. Christopher and Kathleen Garcia — 905 Lawson Place, Anita and Donald Dragoo, $576,000. Patrick and Hannah Finley — 77 Sun Up Circle, Lee and Alicia Graves, $582,800. Joseph and Elizabeth Ferrone — 655 Dakota Court, Richard Franks, $635,000. Celine and John Planow — 765 Grenville Circle, Tara L. Murphy, $635,000. David and Allison Cowles — 932 Sandstone Circle, Lennar Colo. LLC, $637,100. Nathan and Lauren Lease — 409 Polaris Circle, Louise and Andrew Cowan, $677,000. Paul and Sandra Williams — 810 Grenville Circle, Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., $697,400. Richard and Denise Boselli — 73 Sunshine Circle, Rodrigo V. Robes, $765,000. Anjali Sheth — 2172 Fountain Circle, Toll Co. LP, $845,200. Earl and Jennifer Manchester — 12110 Jasper Road, Kurt and Rita Ellis, $883,000. Austin and Kathryn Hill — 2157 Fountain Circle, Toll Co. LP, $903,700. Lafayette Lucila Gomez — 409 Autrey Ave., Phillip R. Tharp, $320,000. Taylor Strasburger — 133 Mesa Circle, Corey M. Samot, $429,000. Robert Wong — 2365 Redwood Ave., Ivan Drury, $460,000. Teresa and David Jordan — 532 Casper Drive, Jennifer Nickal, $465,000. Russell White — 527 Mills St., Christine B. Johnsen, $467,000. Michael Davidson — 903 Vetch Circle, Eric W. Carpenter, $475,000. Janice Devries — 507 E. Cleveland St., Sarah and Kenneth Jensen, $479,000. Olivia and Ronald Curtis — 275 N. Cherrywood Drive, Greg and Janet Fanger, $495,000. Sherri Tennant — 908 Clover Circle, Katherine and Chad Willis, $509,000. Bryan Hall — 1522 Haystack Way, Kevin and Sarah Kornegay, $529,900. Lucia Messina — 180 Mercator Ave., Mary Ann Frazin, $545,000. David and Rebekah Gura — 604 Mills St., Andrew Pillari, $560,000. Robert Carney — 325 Marmot Point, Nicolas and Katheri Ferrington, $625,000. Melissa and Bryan McGowan — 608 Trails At Coal Creek Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $725,000. Sara and Matthew Barber — 2891 Cascade Creek Drive, Gabriel and Michelle Gullia, $790,000. Elliot and Thomas Good — 4248 N. 109th St., Amador Jaso, $815,000. Nasim Zabihi — 727 Stagecoach Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $1,064,400. Bradley and Colleen Elliott — 4440 N. 109th St., David and Shinob Doucette, $1,100,000. Lucas and Molly Thelosen — 718 Skywalker Point, Andrew and Kelly Judd, $1,250,000. Longmont Heather Brooks — 2160 Meadow Court, Christy and Maurine Estes, $255,000. Patricia Huybrechts — 804 Summer Hawk Drive, Unit 11103, Becky and Ronald Selby, $256,900. Susan Dillon — 804 Summer Hawk Drive, Unit 5208, Patricia E. Huybrechts, $270,000. Ting Jia — 930 Button Rock Drive, Unit Q97, Samuel J. Schreiber, $293,000. David Pacheco — 1419 Red Mountain Drive, Unit 99, Amanda Boughey, $297,500. Karin Cassidy — 1419 Red Mountain Drive, Unit 25, Kenneth R. Anderson, $299,000. Stephen Schernecke — 10665 Forester Place, Nicole and Joshua Casey, $300,000. Scott Norman — 51 Powder Horn Place, Thomas Treat, $317,500. Jessica and Joshua Laikeman — 1337 Dogwood Lane, John and Valeria Moore, $319,900. Darrel Sonday — 818 S. Terry St., Apt. 94, Kathleen Harterpoiry, $323,900. Shane Meehan — 10699 Durango Place, Nicole L. Perez, $330,000. Jade Zuspan — 801 Confidence Drive, Unit 21, Dana J. Silkensen, $345,000. Alanna Moore — 3674 Oakwood Drive, Barbara and Spencer Keller, $350,000. Geoffrey Tyre — 1252 Fall River Circle, Edward D. Tapia, $356,700. Debra Mastic — 2301 N. Shore Drive, Elsayed Saad Revocable Trust, $371,000. Michael Beard — 722 Kimbark St., Paul Williams, $385,000. Alisa Jeffery — 970 Wolf Creek Drive, Karen L. Teter, $385,000. David Spielman — 1421 Sunset St., Aaron and Jenna Corder, $392,500. Anil Mylevahanan — 1212 Lark St., Nina Barrett, $424,000. Dennis and Kim Vanderslice — 812 Elliott St., Claudia A. Druss, $428,000. David and Amanda Beard — 1501 Bellwood Drive, Mathias and Luann Heltemes, $430,000. Jason Rieg — 2067 River Walk Lane, James and Cassandra Moore, $430,000. Nina Barrett — 11 Marshall Place, Ags Invest LLC, $433,100. Nathan Hix — 2032 Red Cloud Road, Asheesh and Payal Ahuja, $436,000. Stephanie Bonjack — 1424 Sorrel Court, Benjamin and Joy Bishop, $450,000. Edouard Fontenot — 522 Peregrine Circle, David L. Hansen, $454,500. Jameson and Diedre Ribbens — 1453 Serenity Circle, Alyson Canepa, $455,000. Connie Reinhardt — 141 E. Longs Peak Ave., Gutekunst Revocable Tru, $460,000. Adam and Jennifer McMurtrey — 1920 Third Ave., Joseph M. Coyle, $480,000. Steven and Georgina Burrows — 135 Sugar Beet Circle, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $492,900. Melissa Bailey — 1601 Heirloom Way, William Fligg, $495,000. Robert and Elaine Waterman — 1504 Bluefield Ave., Joseph M. Lien, $495,000. Richard and Brittany Gratton — 718 Clarendon Drive, Ronald and Sandra Fracchia, $500,000. Ryan Clizer — 1037 Woodgate Court, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $504,800. Brian and Daisha McDermott — 260 Western Sky Circle, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $549,300. Richard Feilden — 1635 Alpine St., John Malcolm Felsing, $550,000. Jason and Brandi Schott — 1258 S. Oak Court, Flatirons Homes Inc., $550,000. John and Jean Ellison — 2705 Villanova Court, William Claire Fairchild, $565,000. Larry and Paulette McGimsey — 2345 Flagstaff Drive, Richfield Homes LLC, $622,400. Jessica Cameron — 2233 Barn Swallow Drive, Shelley Sheppeck, $625,000. Byoungjoo Jung — 2229 Lombardy St., KB home Colo. Inc., $626,900. Ian Cofrin — 825 Panorama Circle, Robert and Dongmei Klein, $700,000. Kurt and Jennifer Lorhammer — 1016 Redbud Circle, Donald and Emily Douglas, $710,000. Robert Murphy — 3920 Nelson Road, Robert Titley, $1,255,000. Louisville Mark and Olga Kightlinger — 150 Pheasant Run, John C. Matos, $339,300. Pewaubek and Karina Reid — 225 W. Sycamore Lane, Tyler and Kelsey Bennett, $556,000. Rajesh Joshi — 1071 Leonard Lane, Boulder Creek Delo LLC, $599,000. Jocelyn Herod — 940 Elm St., No. 3, Gordon Blair Mcbride, $649,200. Kalle and Margaret Anderson — 401 West St., Eileen Patrick, $650,000. Jennie and Kevin Geiger — 182 Cherrywood Lane, Charles and Marilee Cook, $670,000. Thomas and Mary Deany — 1090 Griffith St., Wkj Enterprises LLC, $742,000. Nederland Mariah Colton — 750 Lazy Z. Road, Melissa J. Dunning, $465,000. Superior Charles and Noelle Russ — 1242 S. Mesa Court, Michael and Lisa Bondurant, $620,000. Junghee Kang — 3662 Castle Peak Ave., Brian and Pam Senjem, $628,000. Bettina Buob — 3170 E. Yarrow Circle, Michael and Kelli Sanchez, $634,000. May and Sean Rosekrans — 1840 Vernon Lane, Catherine and Dougla Denewiler, $925,000.
22 Jul 19
World Rugby Museum: from the vaults

Neven MacEwan played 20 times for New Zealand between 1956 and 1962. He helped defeat the British and Irish Lions three times during their 1959 tour of Australia and New Zealand and contributed to a 3-0 series whitewash of France in 1961. His international career came at a time when the All Blacks vied with South Africa for supremacy in the world game…

22 Jul 19
Sky Blue Hoops

With the past weekend serving as the penultimate round of the regular season in many divisions, the finals picture is all but painted in many respects. However, the biggest news of the weekend was Hornsby Championship Women’s win over the previously undefeated Newcastle which also kept the Spiders in position for a top two spot.

22 Jul 19
Paul Gray Survival

I wondered when this would start. It’s time to whip up fear and hatred for the Iranians in the UK. It’s in the US and UK play book to first vilify a nation who is pis’ng them off. So today comes the revelation that we have Iranian sleeper cells in the UK just itching to […]

22 Jul 19
philcaplan

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION FROM: RLEF MEDIA DEPARTMENT DATE: 22 July, 2019 CONTACT: phil.caplan / +44 7850719412 EAGLES CLAIM SCOTTISH CUP Edinburgh Eagles overcame an 18 point deficit to defeat Strathmore Silverbacks and claim the 2019 Scottish Cup, at Scottish Police’s Lochinch ground in Pollok Park, Glasgow. The result was decided in the […]

22 Jul 19
Twin Cities
These are the days of miracles and wonders, as Paul Simon once sang. News of one such marvel took me on a bright spring morning to the paleontology labs of the University of Kansas in Lawrence. There I found myself looking with awe at the fossilized bones of an ancient paddlefish. We could profitably spend time reflecting on the miracle of spring mornings, of paddlefish, of life itself — for these all seem rare indeed, at least in our known corner of the universe. What had me thunderstruck, though, was not the life of that fish, but its death. Tiny beads of glass caught in its gill rakers suggest that the creature perished while gasping for air as fire rained from the sky. The composition of those beads, or tektites, further suggests that they were formed when a massive asteroid slammed into the Earth with the force of 10 billion Hiroshimas and ended the Cretaceous period. In other words, I was looking at a recording in rock of the moment when life nearly ended on Earth, arguably the biggest single event in our planet’s living history. This fish is one of a trove of fossils discovered by KU graduate student Robert DePalma at a site in North Dakota. Should the site prove to contain all that DePalma claims, it is among the most important finds in history, a vivid document from the very day that doomed the dinosaurs. DePalma’s thesis adviser, David Burnham, was bright-eyed with excitement as he showed me the fish and other artifacts entombed in the fallout from the so-called Tanis site. A decorated veteran of the academic battlefield, Burnham appeared unworried that some scientists have expressed doubts about the extravagant claims and flamboyant character attributed to DePalma by New Yorker writer Douglas Preston in the riveting story that revealed the discovery. “We will be making the case in a number of papers over the next few years, and people will see what we’ve found,” said Burnham. It’s all there, he assured me: evidence of catastrophic flooding unleashed by seismic waves, of pulverized bedrock falling like hail, of forests burning in a worldwide conflagration, of early mammals huddling in their burrows as dinosaurs died aboveground. He reiterated what he told Preston: Scientists will be unpacking the treasures of Tanis for the next half-century. One of the astonishments of these times is just how large a half-century has become. A young paleontologist working the same sparse, gray land 50 years ago could have unearthed this fossil bed without the knowledge necessary to read its amazing story. The Apollo missions to the moon had just awakened the scientific community to the idea of space as a sort of shooting gallery in which the Earth was the target of frequent incoming shots. The father-and-son team of Luis and Walter Alvarez had not yet argued that a band of ash heavy in iridium, a rare metal found in space debris, had coated the Earth roughly 65 million years ago (science would later narrow the date to about 66 million years ago). Alan Hildebrand and William Boynton had not yet pinpointed the Chicxulub crater in what is now the Yucatan Peninsula as the impact site of a giant asteroid or comet. Indeed, only in 2010 did a panel of scientists weigh in to say, based on core samples of the crater, that an impact some 66 million years ago sent shock waves through the planet, raining fire and coating the Earth in ash. This catastrophe marked the end of the age of dinosaurs, extinguishing some 95 percent of all species and clearing the way for the rise of mammals — including those large-brained mammalians who would later find this moment recorded in the rolling prairie of North Dakota. One thing to be learned in the coming years is what role Tanis might play in understanding the Deccan Traps, a group of super-volcanoes in what is now India. The geologist Gerta Keller, whose remarkable career runs from waitress to Princeton professor, contends that eruptions of these volcanoes began the dinosaur die-off long before the asteroid impact. Her analysis of DePalma’s findings will be eagerly awaited. It’s all part of the advance of science, which has accelerated from a march to a gallop. Technology and globalization may rattle economies and inflame politics, but they are astonishing accelerators of discovery. I could see this in Burnham’s face as he described the dinosaur plumage unearthed at Tanis — feathers made readily comprehensible thanks to the discovery in the 1990s of exquisite feathered fossils at Liaoning, China. Within a short time, he said, scanning electron microscopes will access traces in the fossils that reveal the precise colors of those long-dead ancestors of today’s birds. Miracles and wonders are all around us, though we might not find them trending on Twitter or driving political debates. Sometimes, we have to dig a little. David Von Drehle writes for the Washington Post. He was previously an editor-at-large for Time Magazine, and is the author of four books, including “Rise to Greatness: Abraham Lincoln and America’s Most Perilous Year” and “Triangle: The Fire That Changed America.”
22 Jul 19
Sports Cappers Picks

Looking for Colorado Rockies vs. Washington Nationals free mlb predictions? MLB betting sees the Rockies taking on the Nationals on Monday, July 22, 2019 at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado. Cappers Picks provides complimentary expert handicapping picks on all MLB baseball matchups all season long so…

22 Jul 19
1st U.S. Colored Cavalry

Richard Grant was on picket duty when he received a gunshot wound to the hip. The minie ball remained lodged in his abdomen and caused considerable distress for the rest of his life. Grant worked as a waterman until he was hospitalized at the National Soldiers Home in Hampton, Virginia. Grant’s widow posted her pension […]

22 Jul 19
THE NEW VINYL VILLAIN

Edited from all music:- In 1977, Vic Godard, leader of the early British punk band Subway Sect, described how his band differed from the Sex Pistols and the other new groups on the scene: “They just want to revitalize rock & roll whereas we just wanna get rid of it.” Subway Sect were one of […]

22 Jul 19

July 22, 2019 Does writing energize or exhaust you? It’s only sitting down in front of a computer and typing, right? Or using a pen and a piece of paper. How can that be tiring? It’s not like you’re digging a ditch or anything. But finding the right words to put on that piece of […]

22 Jul 19
Proverbs 31 Wanna-be

The Long and Lonely Road, Part 4 Debriefing When the military completes a mission, they go through a time of debriefing. Since we are in a spiritual war, I did some spiritual debriefing for several days after meeting with the pastor and his wife. It takes me time to process things, especially things that are […]

22 Jul 19
Chinook Jargon

From the same area and time as “The Story of a Stump“, where hunters found a Chinuk Pipa message in the woods beyond Lillooet…

22 Jul 19
News Directory

Emmy trophies Greg Doherty / Getty Images On the TV show favorite favorite Emmy nomination? It's time to find out. The 71st Annual Emmy Award of Arts and Television Sciences will be awarded on 22 September at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, but who will be running? On Tuesday, Ken Jeong ("Community") and Arcy […]

22 Jul 19
The Salty Shrews

When I was 17, I tried to do the Princess Leia buns. There was a dance at my church that I don’t even remember the theme of, but for one reason or another I was going to finally try to recreate these famous buns. I remember my mom putting tons and tons of hairspray in […]