Well, at long last, I present my Restored English Translation (RET) of the final chapter of the Megillat Ester (aka Book of Esther) - chapter 15. As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary of them at the end. (NOTE: to clarify, this is my own translation of the Bible, largely based on … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Esther: Chapter 15
At LONG last, here is my Restored English Translation (RET) of Ester (Esther) chapter 14. (So sorry at how sporadic my RET posts have become!) As usual, it contains the Hebrew names, with a glossary of them afterward. At the end is a list of where the Aleph Tavs occur, as they are no longer included … Continue reading Restored English Translation of Esther: Chapter 14
Many of the following accounts defy explanation. NATURAL, godless explanation. They hint at a deeper world than what we see; at the existence of a supernatural realm. These are true, eyewitness accounts of YEHOVAH (God) and His angels intervening to save human life. From Graveyard Shift: A Guardian Angel Helped This Poster Avoid A Deadly … Continue reading Guardian Angels
Just saw this a few days ago, and it's too good not to share! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sR6UeVptzRg He's a damn good comedian, and does hit some nails on the head. And just for kicks, I'll throw this in... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G87UXIH8Lzo I also found this hilarious Marvel meme on the net, and immediately thought "That is SOOOOO Tony Stark!"
- Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992), rated PG for low level violence
- Home Alone 3 (1997), rated PG for low level violence
Those of course are the Australian ratings; in the United States, the ratings are:
- Home Alone 2 – PG for comic action and mild language
- Home Alone 3 – PG for slapstick violence, language and mild sensuality
As usual, I’ll give the trailers and a clip each at the end. And as usual, I offer the following disclaimer JUST to be safe:
WARNING: POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD. PROCEED AT OWN RISK.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
Chris Columbus’ blockbuster sequel to his beloved 1990 classic was panned by critics (although they weren’t all that fond of…
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2020 is finally here! Not only a new year, but a new decade - a decade I admittedly often associated with science fiction and futurism (although it'll probably be just like any other decade). Here is how my blog performed in the past year - from midnight of the 1st of January to midnight of … Continue reading My 2019 Stats