Monday, October 24, 2011

On The Making of Money

Sitting here in heavy concentration, as I am, dropping a few pounds after dinner, I find that I'm thinking of making money, and how, after all these years, I haven't progressed all that much in terms of salary.

I feel like now is the time, despite the fact that we're in a recession. So I'm pulling out the stops. I'm going forward promoting our business, and looking forward to a successful year ahead of us.

I've been watching the news a lot lately, in regards to the president's plans for, or failed plans for, or  attempted plans, for getting the economy running again. He's managed to crank up our debt to an astounding $14,000,000,000,000 or $15,000,000,000,000 now. Look at all those zeros!  It's insane to have even considered getting us that far into debt. To think what I could of done with 14,000,000,000,000 dollars makes me sick.

Last night, I listened to herman cain being interviewed and found that he was very articulate, quite able to stand up to the bullying he was receiving from the news room talking head named David. David, like virtually all newsroom employees, is a liberal.  Did David-the-talking-head ever say he was a liberal?  No!  But, he said everything that said he was a liberal without saying, "I'm a liberal."  David-the-liberal attempted, as do all the other talking heads of this era, to appear non-partisan - for several seconds.  As is nearly always the case now, with in just a few moments David began to show his true colors.  Red is the color I'm speaking of, as in communist or socialist.

The one thing that I was not completely on board with in regards to what herman cain said last night was that in some instances Herman would leave it up to the states as to whether they permitted abortions in the case of r*** or i*****.  I'm not keen on that point.  Otherwise I really like Mr. Cain, so far...

As I'm thinking about abortion, and I believe abortion is murder, I think about who made it legal, how they made it legal, and why they made it legal. The word communist comes to mind, as does socialist, and atheist.

Think about the numbers murdered by Communists in the last century.  We're talking about 6 to7 million by Socialist Nazis, around 100,000,000 killed by Stalinists and the Bolsheviks, as well as an enormous number by the Chinese communists.

To the atheist mind humans are just another animal, and as such have no intrinsic value beyond a relational affection. That's the idea I came away with after reading athiest propaganda.

Since men are not created in the image of any creator according to the atheists, it stands to reason that we should be able to use humans for various different projects. For instance, I own a fertilizer company and humans would come in very, very handy as raw materials for my fertilizers. And let's say I had a penchant  for steak - who's to say that I don't have the right to harvest some of that tasty stuff from human legs. I've eaten frog legs in the past, and they look surprisingly similar to human legs. Perhaps the human ones would be tasty as well. I think I should be allowed to experience that sort of thing. After all, we're just animals, right?

And since I feel that the liberal public, the liberal media, and the liberal politicians are generally useless, if not down right destructive to our country, we really should start with them.  I'm sure there are some tasty individuals out there worthy of a feast!

Now, obviously I don't really think this. The thought of eating people disgusts me, and it would never happen.  But, for the sake of argument, I had to bring this up.  Obviously, it's a ridiculous notion. Eating human steaks is wrong. It's a ridiculous notion just like the idea that humans are merely animals, is a ridiculous notion.

I heard Chuck Missler say today that he answers Atheists by asking them, "What is your backup plan?" That's a pretty good question.

So, those are my thoughts for the day.

If you find that this is a thought provoking conversation/article please feel free to comment. I would love to read what you have to say. I'd love to know what you have to say.

Herman Cain for president!



Saturday, October 8, 2011

Postponing the inevitable

The plan was to hit the sack early last night, getting an early start on my rabbit work. Reality struck, in the person of my friend John. A call sounded on my cell phone - John wondering about the potential for a campfire at our place - we have a fire pit. After multiple '70s and '80s songs, via YouTube, all blasting through the neighborhood, we found ourselves bleary-eyed at 2am finally going to bed.  Needless to say, I didn't get much done today.

I managed to pick some tomatoes and make salsa! Yum!

We planted a few pepper plants this Spring and they are starting to crank out small, lemon-yellow, hot peppers. It doesn't take many to make the heat come out.

You, likewise can make salsas in your home. You've only got to try.  So get going, the only thing stopping you is you.