Monthly Archives: November 2012

surrender, the road less traveled by

Gethsemane From a Republican snowbird friend yesterday: Subject: Two women talking in heaven joke: 1st woman: Hi! Wanda. 2nd woman: Hi! Sylvia. How’d you die? 1st woman: I froze to death. 2nd woman: How horrible! 1st woman: It wasn’t so … Continue reading

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more render unto Caesar and God grubby scenarios

Larry Murry replied to this part of yesterday’s  Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s, and unto God that which is God’s – various grubby scenarios  post: Not sure I would characterize the Athletic Directors’ pay as flim flam, if … Continue reading

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Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s, and unto God that which is God’s – various grubby scenarios

From my first cousin Leo yesterday: Leo Sullivan-Bashinsky This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness. Dalai Lama Sloan … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Sunday homily – Godspeed, Isa, and other adventures in Paradise

From facebook yesterday: Pamela Mooney I was just informed that we lost our Beloved “Isa” today. It saddens my heart but I know she is in that Big Island in the sky making black beans for all our friends and … Continue reading

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post Thanksgiving Saturday homily – even as we do unto the least of these in plain view

Lisa, who once babysat my daughters and thought I was a terrible man because I hunted doves and brought them home and picked them, then cooked them on a bbq grill, while I got drunk, replied to yesterday’s another kind … Continue reading

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a different kind of Black Friday hidden in plain view

On bigpinekey.com’s Coconut Telegraph yesterday, Thanksgiving Day: Giving money to the so-called homeless is a waste of time. Doesn’t anyone remember Mr. Golden Voice? Yes, he was given a job at a radio station and was not able to keep … Continue reading

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Hidden In Plain View homeless exposition goes viral

Distant in-law Ron, a developer in North Carolina who once vacationed frequently in Key West, replied to yesterday’s homeless people aren’t necessarily what they appear to be – Key West post: Sloan, first, a Happy Thanksgiving to you. Question?   Do … Continue reading

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beautiful fragrant blossoms are in the eye of the beholder – American and homeless politics

This Sunday homily begins with a fun US Budget cartoon from Nashville J, and moves mostly downhill from there. For those still interested in FlaKey school district train wrecks, there are  derailed locomotives and box cars at the end the … Continue reading

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bigots, one nation under God, homeless art exposition

On bigpinekey.com’s Coconut Telelgrah yesterday: =========================== Some of the posts attacking F.T.R. [From The Right] are so simple-minded that one hesitates to even bother with a response, perhaps against my better judgment, however I will question a few statements. A … Continue reading

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America was a bloated pig, the donkey in the well, hidden in plain view

Facebook chat with the daughter-in-law of an Auburn football great who became a pretty darn good Birmingham lawyer, re my escape from the Vietnam draft via a miracle at the Birmingham Draft Board, as reported in yesterday’s homeless people, Nazis, … Continue reading

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