Archive for May 27th, 2013

National Geographic Channel Taboo USA Commercial. aired on Memorial Day. WTH? Did I just really view this? Taboo USA Season 4, Episode: Strange Obsessions airs Tuesday June 4th. Click here Love isn’t always about romance and roses. In New Zealand, “Baba” Dez Nichols claims he’s had sex with nearly 2,000 women. He leads an interactive workshop where participants are encouraged to share each other’s bodies. In Arkansas, former piano teacher Dave is a looner—a person who has a fetish for balloons. He’s collected 65,000 of them. He’s always affectionate with his beloved balloons, continually cuddling them, tucking them into his shirt and nestling up to them at night. What a disgrace, to take American icon’s and use them at their disposal.  Disgusting, disturbing, and demented. Is this real? From Buzzfeed

Lifestyles That Are Taboo In The US, But Are Okay In Other Countries

Being A Polygamist,  Being or using a prostitute, Using And Possessing Illegal Drugs, Being Sexually Attracted To Children, Drinking While Pregnant, Drunk Driving, and Cheating on a Spouse. Please, Can this stop now?  The Progressives are using another channel to convey their message. God Help Our Country.

National Geographic Channel Taboo

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UPDATE: Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Dead.

Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz dies ( http://www.bbc.com)

Saudi Arabia’s New King: No Change in Predecessors’ Policies

Pic: Xinhuanet.com

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Footprints In The Sand.

The Footprints Prayer is an inspirational poem about having faith in God. Also known as “Footprints in The Sand”, this prayer shows how God is always with us, especially in times of need.

It is thought by some that the person describing the dream is in fact Jesus. Just as we all sometimes struggle with our faith, as so did Jesus. In times of need, we must look back and see the footprints in the sand to realize that God is, has and always will by our side.

Below are my Footprints In The Sand.

Footprints Prayer



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