2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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pretty smart

God possesses sufficient grey matter to yield dominion over us. He planted just about  the

right dosage of everything so that we could feel enough  inadequacy, discontentment  and

discomfort so that we could turn to Him as he remain relevant in our lives  and  boy  is  he

clever,  you  wouldn’t  blame  him  for  all  our  world’s  discordance  even  when   you   are

inflicted with a malignancy of the worst kind and guides you to point  at  everyone  else  or

to yourself except Him but for those who did, he could make you regret, change your mind,

say sorry and turn back to him before you breathe your last.  Such is God.  Either you Love

Him, or Loathe Him, but you can be sure he is pretty smart to be called God.

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symptomatically

God gave land, gave nature, gave food and crops before he planted men in  but

men possesses land possesses nature possesses food then found trade and

planted greed in carefully disguising it as survival then  tries  to  possess  other

men so symptomatically that makes god turn the other away.

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gagging yourself

What does Christian charity mean? It  means  inviting  the  poor,  the  lonely  and  the  non-believers

to your Christmas get-together meal. It means bringing along an orphan to  one  of  your  numerous

exciting holidays. It means providing food, shelter,  clothing,  education,  medicare  and  your  ear  to

the needy besides giving alms. It means being compassionate and understanding to  the  slighted,

the dejected, the suppressed and the under privilege. It means being a friend to those who despise

you. If you have not done any of this before, you can  start  now  or  otherwise,  stop  calling  yourself

a Christian and stop explaining Christianity to others. Save this world by gagging yourself.

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emulate

Hams, turkey, mistletoes, I hate to tell you this  but  if  you  really  really  wanted  to

emulate Jesus and what he did on Christmas day some 2000 years ago is  to  lie

half-naked back down on a sack full of hay curling  your  toes  while  watching  the

most brightest of star shining upon you and say ‘goddamnit but does it have to be

me?’

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blue ocean world

We are living in a blue ocean world where nothing excites far greater than newer

disciplines. You can be a relevant lawyer,  architect  or  accountant  for  all  I  care

but jobs of the future is immersing yourself deep  into  unexplored  courses  and

territory where  there  are  little  or  no  competitions  at  all.  That  way  you’d  stay

much soughted. Careers for the child of the future.

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