Member since July 29, 2010
This user has no shared collections.
View More Collections
commented on Non Sequitur
about 3 years ago
Nice catch, Varnes, about the missing sock…
" And the GOP was never heard from again…"
Population control is dealt with in a slightly different way than usual in Dan Brown’s novel : Inferno. It is a suspenseful drama with a totally unexpected ending… good reading and food for thought. Great job as usual, Wiley.
I used to enjoy Salmon fishing in the upper Skagit River until, that is, I shared the shallows with a bear as big as a bus! Now I stick to local lakes and fish for bass and pan fish.
You religious types really don’t get the message here… if there is an individual god (speculation at best) then why would he/she/it allow faithful worshipers of a manifestation of him/he/its self to suffer for following the wrong representation of him/her/it ? If your god is Omnipresent, then it follows that your god is all representations of him/her/it. The trouble, as I see it, is a literal interpretation of Ancient texts that tried to reveal the one, simple truth… There is no such thing as a personal god as a personality… for me, god is the sum total of everything known and those things that will be known. Omnipresent includes you and everyone and thing in the Universe… in fact, the Universe itself, its the massive power and he live force emanating from it is the creative force… which we, in our blindness, have ignorantly have named god. GREAT WILEY… please write a book !
nice catch, Alabama
In the Webster’s Dictionary… under the word : ‘Imagination’… you will find a picture of Wiley as Danae = Genius.
Right on, Wiley…
Verisimilitude… dude !
Totally new twist… What if the bear hired the artist to decorate HIS cave and was just peeking in to see the progress and saw lunch laid out for him?
Copyright © 2016. Universal Uclick, All rights reserved.