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Comedy Is Sketchy

As might be evident by some of the references, this entry originally appeared elsewhere a couple of years ago.

In order to succeed at writing, we’re told, you’re supposed to focus in. 1,319 more words

Three Temples

Above:  Jerusalem and the Second Temple, by James Tissot

Image in the Public Domain

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The Collect:

Almighty God, you gave us your only Son… 488 more words

St. Paul The Apostle

Devotion for December 29, Year C (ELCA Daily Lectionary)

Above:  Jerusalem and the Second Temple, by James Tissot

Image in the Public Domain

Three Temples

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2015

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The Collect:

Almighty God, you gave us your only Son… 483 more words

December

18 coins & a 50 piastres note

A New Rambunctious Craziness

A new rambunctious craziness comes,
dragging our chains,
tearing and spilling the full sacks.
Some nameless Bedouins
buy Joseph for 18 coins…

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Sufism

American Notes: The Liberty Bell (military march)

THE LIBERTY BELL (MILITARY MARCH): Patriotic American military march now more recognizable as the theme tune to Monty Python’s Flying Circus; British payback for the American appropriation of that paean of British patriotism… 9 more words

Expat

And now for something completely different

‘AND now for something completely different’, as they used to say on Monty Python’s Flying Circus. That’s a little quotation that fits the bill nicely for our concert on Saturday 11th July, for after our many decades of singing the likes of Bach, Handel, Mozart or Haydn we have none other than the 20th century American composer George Gershwin. 354 more words

Gerswhin

When Death Knocks At Your Door...

… there are at least two ways to deal with that problem.   

Originally posted on  I Wouldn’t be Caught Dead Wearing That blog.

This  is a funny story, written by a long time associate.   36 more words

Ray Visotski