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Here, where I live in southwest Missouri, we have a series of damned lakes with one of them close to my home of Forsyth Missouri. Near that small town, are a couple of parks that have been flooded out six … Continue reading
This is a drawing of a raindrop that fell from the sky over my home at precisely 5:25:03 PM CST on Monday, May the 23rd. The little guy committed suicide after what was apparently a fall of some great distance. … Continue reading
So, sue me!
It’s Always a Matter of Trust! How can anyone, living in America, have too very much faith in a system of government that fewer and fewer trust? Perhaps our currency logo should be changed from ‘In God we trust’ to … Continue reading
Coming soon… Random Thoughts! Once again I plan to pontificate on numerous random topics of personal interest.
In the same manner that I can think of Biden and his followers, as a pack of jackals, so too can I state that most Americans will meekly allow for this group of far left radicals to destroy our Republic. … Continue reading
http://forsythkid.blogspot.com/2014/08/pm-today-this-disease.html The creator placed a lot of effort on a tiny speck of a planet. He hoped to birth true awareness from nothing. Now, everyone, look at ourselves…..
Biden is currently absolutely positive that a mere ten trillion investment, made over the next ten years, will have a dramatic effect on climate change. He doesn’t mention the small facts that both India and China are both raging ahead … Continue reading
Climate change…. Is it really real? Yes, of course it is. Geologically earth’s climate has always been changing. At one point, about 715 million years ago, the entire globe was thought to be encased in snow and ice. Yes, that’s … Continue reading