Information increases at a phenomenal rate, doubling every ten to fifteen years. The Internet and media reports keep us informed about world, national and local occurrences. Yet, my interest in a topic helps me to retain – or discard – data.
People who laugh at themselves are happier… and more likable. A preacher told his congregation about one of his sermons when he was starting out in the ministry.
There was a story on the news this week about a guy who set out to kill a spider that was crawling on his wall. He used a can of spray paint and a lighter. The combo created a blow torch effect, engulfing the wall in flames and burning the man’s house to the ground. The man was not injured. T
From time to time, we are asked about the place of the 10 Commandments in modern times. Put simply, we do not live under the 10 Commandments today because we are living under the New Testament. The book of Hebrews (7:12-14, 8:13, 9:15-17) makes it clear that the Old Testament is done away.
Have you found yourself drafted into taking photos at the family reunion or a ball game only to find the memory card littered with "Blurry" photos? If so, you may find useful information in this article.
This summer, I’ve noticed that some of the foods that family members disliked in the past are now on their ok-to-eat lists. Many of my preferences have altered over time as well. These changes show that human preference can vary over time.
The hero in the Grade- B western movies never drank or smoked, or used foul language (neither did the crooks use bad language). The hero had a six-shooter pistol that would shoot fourteen or fifteen times without apparently reloading, and in the hottest weather he always wore leather gloves, reg