Category Archives: Soap Box

Twofer Today (7/5/2017)

If all you have ever done is take from society, you have no say in what is given. ~ ME

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Thought for Today (6/16/2017)

Anyone who praises or promotes the violent actions of a criminal against innocent civilians is repugnant and should be censured by all citizens. ~ ME @kathygriffin @jessebenn @leontrotsky @WaltIsFrozen @bigmeaninternet  

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Thought for Yesterday (5/25/2017)

When handling other people’s belongings at either an estate sale, garage sale, or moving sale, remember those belongings may or may not have memories tied to those items.  Treat the items with respect and don’t low ball an offer to … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (5/21/2017)

Marc and Misty Ray of Perry, Iowa were arrested for the death of their adopted daughter. Sabrina Ray, 16, weighed only 56 pounds and died in the home of what appears to be starvation. Other malnourished children were also removed … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (5/15/2017)

You can either worship God or you can worship the green of greed, but not both.  Too many companies and businesses claim they honor your faith, but make it mandatory to break the Sabbath. Until the silent majority speak up … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (5/4/2017)

No matter how thick the clouds of discontent and evil grow, nothing can block out the light of God’s love. ~ ME

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Thought for Today (4/29/2017)

When you choose what laws you don’t want to obey, all actions after that choice leave the onus of responsibility completely on you.  When you get punished for disobeying the law, the onus for the consequences are also completely yours.  … Continue reading

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