Saturday, April 08, 2006
Judas, or Jehuda, the thirteenth disciple of Jesus, aka the Star, has been exonerated. Readers of the Codex Tsachos are sure, Judas set Jesus free enabling him to leave his worldly body behind and move on to the realm of light.
In the earliest versions of the New Testament, the Greek verb "paradidonai" was long translated as "to succumb, hand over", in context with Judas however the translation became known as "to betray". Imagine what the proper translation will mean to the publishers of bibles!
On a more personal level, the Judiths of this world won't need to get flustered anymore when those who can't pronounce "th" at the end of their name call them Judas. No more negative associations with "The Kiss". Judas has been vindicated, absolved, his name has been cleared. Hallelujah!
Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Thinking about creating a privacy fence with Hedera helix 'Baltica', Hedera helix 'Pittsburgh',Hedera helix 'Star' or Hedera hibernica 'Hibernica' in Washington State?
All of these are of the English Ivy family and considered Class C noxious weeds. If you don't know yet was English Ivy does to your local turf and flora (and therefore in the long run fauna as well) read about it in the Northwest Environmental News and discover names of Flora Non Grata The good folks at Ivy Out are a league of their own.
Tuesday, April 04, 2006
Keep Willie's ad on the air and Kinky's message moving!
This is the latest from the Kinkster's Headquarters:
There's only one candidate in this race who wants to bring Texas teacher salaries up to the national average and stop schools from teaching to the TAKS test. There's only one candidate in this race calling for Texas to get off foreign oil and become an energy leader again, and only one calling for comprehensive political reform and the total funding of children's healthcare. Kinky's out there taking his message to Texans seven days a week, and he has been doing it for over a year.
A big part of getting the word out is the radio ad Willie Nelson made supporting Kinky. We don't have the $25 million Rick Perry does, or the $8 million Carole Strayhorn raised as a Republican candidate before deciding to go "independent." But we do have a radio ad from a Texas legend calling for something simple and sweeping: "clean energy and clean government." We need your help to keep Willie's ad on the air across Texas through the end of the petition drive on May 11th. Click on the link below to donate to the campaign and add your voice to those demanding "clean energy and clean government" in Texas.
This is your chance to contribute!
Make no mistake about it: the momentum is building. At headquarters, in cities and towns, and out on the street gathering petition signatures, we can feel it every day. Even those outside of Texas are taking notice—this week, no less an authority than the Wall Street Journal called him "the strongest independent candidate" in the race.
Why donate? Think one person's dollars can't possibly make a difference in a race where the other candidates blow millions? Think again. This campaign would barely be possible without the internet. We've raised the vast majority of our money from people just like you, and it's through the internet and things like Willie's radio commercial that we're able to get the most bang for your bucks.
Please contribute today.
And as always, may the God of your choice bless you.