Plot summary: When his idyllic life is threatened by a high-tech assassin, former black-ops agent Frank Moses reassembles his old team in a last ditch effort to survive. Source Red was an action movie, with a bit of humor tossed inside. In all honesty, it was good, but I really like either-or, not so much [...]
The latest album from Trapt, No Apologies, is as great as I expected it to be. Catchy lyrics, beats, and great meanings behind the songs is what Trapt is all about to me. My favorite song so far is End Of My Rope, but I especially like the message behind Sound Off, which is get out and vote in the elections, and make your voice heard.
Strong lyrics and a strong motto is the best way to describe One Less Reason.
One Less Reason to give up on your dreams. One Less Reason to give up on life. One Less Reason to be what someone else wants you to be. That’s what it’s all about.
When asked what some of my favorite bands/artists are, One Less Reason is very close to the top. Unheard of by alot of people, I always recommend giving them a good listen if you like any of the other bands that I enjoy.
I’m reading a status update, where this girl we went to school with is getting married. Well that’s awesome for her. Except for the fact that like a week or so before they decided to get married, they broke up, decided they couldn’t get along, arguing, etc. etc. It’s fair to say that I don’t know the whole story and never will, but regardless, marriage doesn’t and won’t fix your relationship problems. So many people today take it so lightly with the, “well if it don’t work out we’ll just get a divorce,” that it is absolutely ridiculous! That’s not the way it should be. Marriage is a lifetime commitment.
3 The Pharisees also came unto him, tempting him, and saying unto him, Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause? 4 And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, 5 And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? 6 Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.
Just sitting here thinking about lunch yesterday, how funny it was. My brother and I was eating at Chick-fil-a, on the side next to the playground. The playground door was locked because it had rained earlier, and even with the lack of people sitting outside, that didn’t stop kids from trying to get out. This one little boy and I’m guessing his grandpa walked by to try to go outside, when the little boy noticed that my brother and I are twins. Now you’d think that’d be something that you’d get used to, to where you didn’t blush when you notice that it’s being pointed out. Yet when he proceeded to make sure everyone around us knew, I can only imagine how red I must have actually been. I’m a modest guy, so while I may have felt a little uncomfortable, it was so worth it to see that little guy’s face light up with excitement and the recurring smile I get when I think about the whole thing.
Not even close. I know this is put out by the GOP, so the potential argument is there that it’s one sided, but given all the news and headlines pertaining to unemployment continuing to rise despite the passage of that horrible stimulus bill, I just can’t see where it can be said that it was a success. I guess it did succeed in a few ways that you don’t hear of, like further enslaving the states to the Federal Government by accepting funds that came with promises of future obligations, unaffordable obligations, that the states will now be on the hook for. It that case it worked, because our state lawmakers took the bait, hook, line and sinker, just to fill there their then gaping budget holes.
And all the talk about how it saved our country from another Great Depression, give me a break. It’s impossible to make claims of what would have happened had they not passed it, and when the interest finally comes due on the explosive debt, we can say then whether it was truly worth it or not.
It’s really not necessary, needed, or wanted. Why in the world people feel the need to diss things that belong to another, or another human being for that matter, I’ll never understand. But honestly to me, there’s a different level of insult when it’s done out in the open versus being done through snide, sneer, or repulsive remarks. Whatever happened to being happy for one another? Has our species stooped to the pathetic level of feeling better about ourselves through the belittlement of others? I’m not sure if it’s actually an insecurity or jealousy issue that pushes one to this level. Of the few things that I actually want to find in life, I do not envy those that have that which I want. I actually get pleasure out of seeing other people happy.
Thinking: the talking of the soul with itself. —