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Lone Ranger Illustration

So here’s (finally) another post, but it’s one of those that’s “technically” a Disney movie, but not an animated one. Yeah, one of those. … 210 more words


Lone Ranger/Green Hornet #1 review

I call myself a hero-geek, instead of a comic book geek, in part because my interest goes well outside comics. I’ve done my share of research on comic book characters, sure, but also on some of the ones that came before. 534 more words


A Peaceful Goodbye

Read John 14.25-31

Growing up, I used to watch episodes of the Lone Ranger. Each show ended in much the same way. The Lone Ranger rode into town, solved whatever problem needed solving and then, without so much as a word, then rode off into the sunset, leaving the grateful townspeople to gaze into the horizon and say, “We didn’t even get to thank him.” The Lone Ranger was not one for goodbye scenes. 634 more words

Jesus Christ

Guess whose birthday celebration includes Betty Crocker and the Lone Ranger

If they’d had a red carpet, it might’ve been stepped on by anyone from the Pillsbury Doughboy to Bullwinkle J. Moose.

But instead General Mills celebrated its 150th anniversary Friday evening with the citizens of its home town, rolling its birthday event into… 360 more words



Como tínhamos prometido voltar ao tema das armas do Oeste, apresentamos hoje uma curta história dedicada a Samuel Colt, um dos pioneiros da indústria norte-americana que mais contribuíram, com o seu génio inventivo e a força inquebrantável do seu ânimo, para a criação de novas armas de fogo, de modelo revolucionário, graças às quais se abriu um novo capítulo na história dos Estados Unidos e, em particular, no desbravamento das terras virgens do Oeste selvagem. 49 more words

Rubrica Do Oeste

Putting in Order What was Left Unfinished


If you own a home or like to work on cars, you probably have some type of project that you haven’t gotten to.  Sometimes time is the issue.  214 more words