Observation for Now

It has always seemed to me that the human race needs more things to wonder about, rather than less.

-- Gregory L Reece

Thursday, May 19, 2016

MA-62 - Joy and Noise, Disc 4

Here's another thankful, exuberant, solemn collection of songs that make me smile and worship my King.  And Heaven knows I need one!



01. Anything Is Possible - ZOEgirl (3:17)
02. Embers and Envelopes - Mae (4:19)
03. Thank You - KJ-52 (3:33)
04. I Don't Have to Worry - Honeytree (2:31)
05. Prince of Peace - The OC Supertones (3:03)
06. In Harm's Way - BeBe Winans (5:21)
07. Hey Look at You Yo - Sly's Alter Ego (2:10)
08. Somewhere Down the Road - Amy Grant (5:09)
09. My Friend (So Long) - dc Talk (4:11)
10. Hope Will Lead Us On - BarlowGirl (4:00)
11. Carry Me - Luna Halo (5:08)
12. Big Star Machine - Superchick (2:42)
13. I Turn Everything Over - Switchfoot (3:21)
14. You Put This Love in My Heart - Keith Green (3:32)
15. Sweet Song of Salvation - Larry Norman (3:52)
16. For the Moments I Feel Faint - Relient K (3:48)
17. Revive Us - Anointed (4:08)
18. Hard Landing - Sparklepop (3:17)
19. Mullet Pride - KJ 52 and Paige Fabrizio (3:23)
20. Superstar - All Star United (3:43)
21. Round and Round - Daniel's Window (2:54)


MA-62 - Joy and Noise, Disc 4

Talk to you again on Monday.  God bless!

 

Monday, May 16, 2016

You Know They're Hiding Something

In my hundreds of books about oddness (and not one about ME!), several lay out their "proofs" that SOMEBODY knows SOMETHING, and they're not willing to share.

Some of these books are mainly sincere recountings of really odd or distressing things which, if true, show the nasty side of humanity.

 Some folks are more interested in making a buck from a credulous reader.  This is "have you heard?" or "over-the-back-fence" style of "writing."

 And some just pinch their noses and dive into the wacky implications!   When done well, as here, a semi-knowledgeable reader can smile along with the humorous intent.  What fun!

Come on in, the secret is always over the next hill, said the bear who went over the mountain.

See you Thursday.
 

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