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“You can turn off the sun,”

Imagebut I’m still gonna SHINE!

~J. Mraz

I won’t worry my life away…


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Lance Armstrong is a disgrace.


He is a disgrace to America, to sports,

to the cancer community, and to humanity in general.


Harsh? Yes.

Sad?    Definitely.

True?   Absolutely.

I appreciate people like Greg LeMond who aren’t afraid to acknowledge the (figurative!) elephant in the room and tell it like it is: Lance is a criminal, a liar, an adulterer, a bully, and a thug.

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He belongs behind bars.

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What do you suppose that mercy can rob justice? Nay, not one bit.

~Alma 42:25

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Gravity has taken better men than me.

Just keep me where the light is

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Read more here for some lessons about self-control that we all can (re)learn from the disappointing Armstrong scandal.

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Abomination of Desolation unto Katherine

ImageA semicolon is almost as bad as having only having half your large intestine. 

(don’t miss that one, please!)


But the Word of Wisdom counsels to eat meat sparingly; I suppose I can use semi-colons sparingly as well, although they are way more vegetarian anyways.

PS.  My title comes from this scripture of obscurity (at least to me!).

PPS: Yes, I used a semicolon in this post…

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