Wednesday, September 13, 2006

A Double Post - Sep 13

Just in case you were wondering, I was having problems yesterday with my internet connection, hence no post yesterday. I've got a real biggie here, eighteen links in all for your consideration. I'm gonna skip the preliminaries and jump right into it if you don't mind.

One of the reasons I was really keen on posting yesterday but did not have the chance to do so was that Sep. 12 was the third anniversary of Johnny Cash's death. Here's his official website that all fans must have.

Speaking of marking the times, it was 90 years ago this week that the main battle tank made it's debut in the Battle of the Somme in World War I.

I tell you what blog would be complete without some reference to Monty Python? So here goes. Sing along if you know the words:

Every sperm is sacred,
Every sperm is good.
If a sperm gets wasted,
God gets quite irate.

Ha Ha. Hope you enjoyed that. Now it's time to report strange things happening in this great big messed up country of ours we call Canada.

Today I heard a very disturbing story out of Montreal as a lone gunman went on a shooting rampage at Dawson College. The gunman killed one and nineteen are seriously injured. The Montreal police have killed the shooter. More to follow as details are made public.

Tropical Storm Florence has just battered the southern coast of Newfoundland. It seems everybody got on board with respect to proper storm preparation and there appears to be no loss of life. Thumbs up to the Newfies!

In the northwest boonies of Ontario, firefighters are battling forest fires as the area is dry as kindling.

Canadian health authorities are raising alarms about multi-drug resistant diseases, including tuberculosis. In Revelation chapter six, the Fourth Horseman talks of 'beasts of the earth' and man dying off in great numbers. I gotta think antibiotic-resistant microbes will play a large part in the seven year Tribulation era.

If you're in the dowtown Toronto area (particularly Yorkville), you might spot an alien from another planet. Please do not be alarmed. These are just Hollywood celebrities shmoozing around town for the Toronto International Film Festival. Anyways, I hear that Brad Pitt and Russell Crowe are very signature friendly.

Now onto international news that has grabbed my attention recently:

In New Zealand, resident Kiwis were reporting the sound of a sonic boom. The culprit? A meteor of all things.

Pope Benedict XVI has come out swinging against certain 'religions' that promote aggressive jihad warfare and suicide bombings. A wonderful and welcome departure from the dhimmi Pope John Paul II.

In the EU, there's a move afoot for a more robust 'human rights' body. One that will eventually turn against Christians and other people of faith I'm guessing.

This may come as a tremendous shock to you, but the MAJORITY of Palestinians actively support military operations of some sort against the Jewish State of Israel. Will someone please tell the fool who continues in the myth of a 'small group of extremists hijacking Islam' to shut the hell up?

I have an excellent blog entry from It's very simple really. In the war on terror, whatever the French do, make sure you do the exact opposite. Silly French people!

Paranoia reigns supreme as some Arab nitwit is grasping straws saying the American gov't was a co-conspirator in the 9/11 attacks. Just to complete his ignorance, he also claims that Pearl Harbour (Dec, 7, 1941) was, you guessed it, another inside job! Complete and utter tripe.

Sorry for the length but please keep in mind that this is two days worth of news in one big post. Trust me when I tell you I had to do some major editing to get this puppy off. Hope you enjoy it.

Mr. Johnny Cash

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