Thursday, November 25, 2004

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Happy Thanksgiving all!

Thursday, November 11, 2004

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First off, I'd like to welcome to the world my newest niece, Kate!

Secondly, on this Veteran's Day, I'd like to thank my Gramp and all the men and women who have served or are serving in the U.S. armed forces for fighting to protect the liberty I and those around me enjoy. I'd also like to wish Gramp a belated happy birthday since his entrance into the world falls the day before Veteran's Day! My grandfather fought all the way from the Omaha Beach in Normandy to Berlin. The day after VE day he drove over a landmine sending him home with a metal plate in his head! This year, sadly, my Gram decided to depart from this ill-fated world on the morning of the Fourth Of in peace, Gram!

Third, I'd like to congratulate George W. Bush on winning his second term as President of the United States. It looks like my efforts as a Protest Warrior paid off in the streets of New York City! My star appearance occurs 35 minutes and 20 seconds into the Operation Wolverines video. If you are wondering WHY President Bush decided to target Iraq against all political wisdom, I suggest you take a look at the work of my friend, Dr. Laurie Mylroie.

Finally, I'd like to note that I should be free of my apocalyptic vision at the end of the month.


Tom Brokaw is retiring. Tom Brokaw was the anchor I saw in the special report of a chemical missile attack on Israel. If my vision was from God, I would think such a detail would prove accurate. Hence, when he retires, I should be free! I can finally start living my life as a normal human being!

Saturday, October 30, 2004

To Gram...

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Today I was in Boston to partake in the glorious and inspirational celebration of the Red Sox first World Series Championship since 1918!

The night of the Red Sox victory I was atop Boston University viewing a lunar eclipse that coincided perfectly with this tremendous historic occasion. The Red Sox World Championship victory also coincided with something very important to me personally, my Grandmother's 82nd birthday, which she did not make in this world. Undoubtedly, however, she watched the game from her skybox in heaven, and maybe even she used her angelic presence to make the Red Sox victory finally possible!

You see, my Gram and Gramp are from The Greatest Generation. Indeed, my Gram passed away the morning of the 4th of July with me holding her hand as she moved on to be with God. My Gramp fought all the way from D-Day +1 on Omaha Beach to Berlin for our freedom and is a true hero. The nights before the Lord took Gram home, we watched the Red Sox games on TV from her Hospice room. I watched the final Red Sox/Yankee ALCS game with my Gramp gleeful that this time Gram (a Red Sox fan) had her day (Gramp roots for the Yanks)!

My Gram and Gramp were longtime fox hunters. As I grew up, I had the privelege of joining in fox hunts and frolicking with the scores of fox hounds they raised. My Gram was renown for her fox hunting and was often the ring mistress at shows throughout the U.S. and Canada. Her nickname became Foxy Lady, both because of her fox hunting skills and her movie star good-looks!

The night before my Gram's funeral, I headed up to the house I grew up in, where she stayed in the latter years of her life. I went up there to gather articles from her fox hunting days to display them at her funeral as a sort of shrine to the "Foxy Lady".

In all my 20-or-so years of driving back and forth to the old house, that night I saw something I'd never seen before....I had to swerve around a beautiful red fox standing along side the road staring at me in the headlights. An angelic fox to remind that Gram is not really gone....just missed....

Please view this special musical/pictorial tribute to my Gram put together by my brother and I...

Thursday, July 29, 2004

Saturday, May 22, 2004

My Birthmark

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Here is an image of my birthmark:

This is interesting because, as I found out many years ago, it represents how I died in my past life... (FURTHER RESEARCH)

In The Beginning...

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"In the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God..." (John 1:1).
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