Move Over Chuck Norris, This Man Slaps Cobras

 Move over Chuck Norris, because there's a guy out there who slaps cobras in the face. Not only that, he grabs them, sorts them, tosses them and brandishes them. I was working late one night and heard kids cackling. I was hurried in to see this video on Youtube of a guy with more chutzpah that common sense. Read on Move Over Chuck Norris, This Man Slaps Cobras

Octomom Finally Charged with Welfare Fraud

Octomom Nadya Suleman trails ignorance and arrogance behind her like wake. I've been writing about her train wreck life longer than I care to remember. I know, we should just ignore her, not give her airspace. But she's such a good poster person for parent fail. Well, looks like she's finally going to have to pay the piper on welfare fraud charges.  Octomom Finally Charged with Welfare Fraud--It Took That Long?

Why Christians Celebrate Epiphany

We often use the word 'epiphany' to refer to a revelation or recognition of importance in our lives. Epiphany, in the liturgical sense, is a feast day celebrated in the Catholic and Orthodox faiths. Epiphany is the day Christians remember the visit of the Magi to the stable in Bethlehem. In the eastern or Orthodox rites of the Church, Epiphany is also the day which we remember the baptism of Jesus by John in the Jordan river. When John baptized Jesus, he also proclaimed Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of God. He said, 'Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.'
As the The Magi presented gifts to the Holy Child, many countries in southern and eastern Europe and also in areas of Latin America celebrate Epiphany, as the gift-giving holiday. Although Epiphany is a major feast day in the Christmas season, it receives almost no recognition in many western countries. The average American has never even heard of the feast of Epiphany.  Why Do Christians Celebrate Epiphany?

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