Monthly Archives: April 2011

Good News, None Too Soon!


…It’s Time for a Little Good News! With all the bleak news of late, that is, wars, rising costs of food and fuel, corruption in high places, etc. here is a bit of good news, which might be of immediate … Continue reading

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To Restore All Things in Christ


To Restore All Things in Christ While I don’t hold much in surveys as they can, and are manipulated, a recent survey of Novus Ordo Catholic seminarians points out some very interesting data in regard to vocations. Unfortunately, the survey … Continue reading

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Many a Truth…


Many a Truth Has Been Said in Jest! Below you will find a series of three television commercials for Athenos products, yogurt, hummus, etc. Each is a different vignette in which various people are asked what they are serving. Then … Continue reading

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Puttin’ the Honey Back in Hunny-Bunny


Putting the Honey Back in Hunny-Bunny As I advised several weeks ago I ordered two packages of honeybees. FYI, packages consist of 3lb. or 5lb. of bees, including a queen, which are made up a the bee farm, (apiary). The … Continue reading

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Spring! At Last!


Spring! …At Last! March came in like a lion and April, to date, has continued those leonine characteristics. So far in April we’ve had blizzards and a lot of nighttime temperatures well below freezing. This has delayed much of the … Continue reading

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50 Factors


50 Factors I’ve come across the following article which lists the 50 factors that are not only supporting the precious metals markets, but also are a barometer of the current economic situation. It is interesting to note that the three … Continue reading

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G’nite Mrs. Calabash, Where Ever You Are


G’nite Mrs. Calabash, Where Ever You Are Some of you old-timers, like me, may remember this was the line Jimmy Durante used to say good night to the audience on his TV variety show back in the day. Well, it … Continue reading

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