There’s a good reason dogs are called man’s best friend. Pastor Darrin Crockett’s family miraculously survived Tuesday morning’s tornado in Cookeville, Tenn., where dozens died and many were injured.
The Southern Baptist pastor recalls praying to God that the family’s dog, Doc, would stop barking – but he now says he’s glad his prayer was not answered. Because he was awake, Crockett noticed his phone buzzing and saw the storm alert warning. He ushered his wife and three daughters into the laundry room downstairs for refuge in the terrible storm. “We heard it coming and suddenly the house began to shake,” he told the Baptist and Reflector. “Next thing I remember is I felt glass underneath me. The tornado must have picked up the entire house dropped it in the yard with us buried underneath it.” He said the only thing that saved the family from being crushed was a two-by-four that fell across the washer and dryer.
The Crockett family survived with a few scrapes and bruises but their beloved Doc didn’t make it. “Missing this guy…” the pastor wrote on Facebook Friday morning. “He will go down as a hero,” the pastor told the newspaper. “WE will celebrate him and talk about him for a long time.”
Caleb Parke, Fox News
WAKE UP AMERICA BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!
“If our country is to survive and prosper, we must summon the courage to condemn and reject the liberal agenda, and we had better do it soon.”
AN OPINION FROM THE DEPLORABLE INFIDEL
MSNBC’s Brian Williams and New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay marveled on air Thursday night to a Twitter user’s post about Mike Bloomberg’s campaign spending. The Super Tuesday evening post said: “ Bloomberg spent $500 million on ads. The U.S. population is 327 million. He could have given each American $1 million and still have money left over.” Do the math, 327 million divided in 500 million is $1.53. These are the people that tell us every night how the country should be run and how we should live our lives. They can’t even do a simple math problem.
“The hotter spots in hell are set aside for hypocrites, while the hottest are reserved for hypocritical televangelist.”
Good old Jim Bakker. Now the hypocrite is advertising “Silver Solution” for $125 on his website. He claims that it is effective against corona virus. New York’s attorney general, Letitia James, is going after this good ole christian televangelist for “false advertising.”
Bakker served five years of a 45-year sentence for stealing millions from his ministry, PTL…The Praise the Lord Club. He was also accused of raping Jessica Hahn, a church’s secretary, in the 1980s. Bakker testified that he had been set up, arguing that sex with Hahn was consensual.
Who listens to these televangelists?
Why don’t they just send their millions to the Adolph Hitler Fund at #ILoveJews? Fool me once, shame on you… Fool me twice, I am the damn fool.
_______________________________________________________________ The Editor: What is your article about today, LL ?
Alien Cat: Aliens, not the ones sneaking in illegally, the real ones from out there. Here is a true story from our archives. Imagine waking up to this story, wooooooo, wooooooo. Austell is about twenty (20) miles West of Atlanta.
TE: What became of the three (3) science fiction writers, AC ?
All of them went into politics, one moved to DC, one to California, and the last to NYC. Don’t write to me about the deceased creature. The only permissible joke is he/she looks like an Al Sharpton bobble-head doll.
Explanation: Some stars explode in slow motion. Rare, massive Wolf-Rayet stars are so tumultuous and hot that they are slowly disintegrating right before our telescopes. Glowing gas globs each typically over 30 times more massive than the Earth are being expelled by violent stellar winds. Wolf-Rayet star WR 124, visible near the featured image center spanning six light years across, is thus creating the surrounding nebula known as M1-67. Details of why this star has been slowly blowing itself apart over the past 20,000 years remains a topic of research. WR 124 lies 15,000 light-years away towards the constellation of the Arrow (Sagitta). The fate of any given Wolf-Rayet star likely depends on how massive it is, but many are thought to end their lives with spectacular explosions such as supernovas or gamma-ray bursts.