Frist is Out

Did you see the article about Senator Frist bowing out in his bid for the Republican nomination for president? I was grateful for that. I never was impressed with his leadership and I’m glad he has decided that the time for him is not now. Read the story here.

The other contender that was interesting was Mike Huckabee out of Arkansas. I think he has the morals and the characters, but just not sure the U.S. will vote for another guy out of Arkansas. Remember what happened the last time we voted for a governor out of Arkansas? That was definitely a mistake.

My hope is the Newt Gingrich will run. Run Newt Run! He is a true conservative and will help continue the conservative revolution. I’m hopeful by then that the country will be sick of Dems running the show, even though a Republican is still the president. Run Newt Run!

If you are a Republican, who would you like to see get the nomination and why? If you are a Democrat, who is your nominee?

Aggies Going to Holiday Bowl

Yes, it was announced yesterday that the Aggies will be playing in the Holiday Bowl against the California Golden Bears on January 28th, at 5 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time). I was hoping that they would end up in the Cotton Bowl against Arkansas, or in the Gator Bowl against the EOE-C, known as Clemson. But alas, we will take on the Golden Bears.

I imagine t.u. will go to the Cotton Bowl and take on the Razorbacks, or they will go to the Gator Bowl and play Clemson. That will mean the EOE-A will take on the EOE-C. Thanks to Lance for the explanation of EOE-A. It is fitting, with the key words being “Evil.” Not so sure the word “empire” should be applied, but it was his term, not mine. I would have coined Evil Orange Hamlet, or something like that. Empire is giving them just too much credit.

Just think, if the Aggies win their bowl, then more than likely they will win the recruiting battle during the course of the coming year and be even better next year than they are this year. Things are looking up for the Most Holy Maroon KINGDOM! (Ok, that was probably over the top, and a bit blaspemous, but you get the idea).

The Aggies still need to improve in a lot of areas, hopefully Coach Fran will bring that about. BTW, I supported him all year long and can’t stand that fact that so many wanted to get rid of him. When you are losing games by just a point, that means that the game was in hand all along, just one or two plays didn’t go your way. That’s not necessarily something you can control. Press on Coach Fran.

I Passed!

I found this site that lets you fill in the blanks and it supposedly tells you about yourself. LMC had a bit about herself on her blog concerning her birthday, which is August 21. The site told her that her power color was hot pink. If you go to her site, you will find that is true. I did the same one and it was no where close to describing me. It said my power color was rose. Yeah, right! That describes me.

But they also had a test on there to see if you could pass it and qualify for becoming an American citizen. I’m happy to say, that I did pass the test. I do qualify to be an American citizen.
Not with a perfect score, but good enough.

You Passed the US Citizenship Test

Congratulations – you got 8 out of 10 correct!

That is good to know, don’t you think?

MEANING of Christmas

BTW, you might want to head over to LMC’s site, she has a good YouTube on the meaning of Christmas. In this materialistic world, it is good to be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas, that being, that the Second Person of the Trinune God stepped out of glory on behalf of sinful mankind in order to save man from the wrath and penalty of sin. He did so, through living the perfect life, and dying on the cross on our behalf. Those who trust in Him for salvation are saved. Those who trust in themselves or other gods, (i.e. Allah, the Mormons, Christian Scientist, Hindu’s, enviromentalist liberals, etc), will not be saved.


Go on over to Mike’s America where he shows the liberals once again were wrong in forecasting the weather, more specifically, the number of deadly hurricanes for 2006. They let their emotionalism drive them into lunancy once again, instead of actual science. They try to claim that the reason we had so many hurricanes in 2005 was because of global warming, even though no reputable scientist in the area of weather has actually linked global warming to the number of hurricanes that we have had. No real scientist have even admitted that the globe is warming, other than those who want to scare us into socialism.

The sad reality is that environmental wackos are trying to get the Supreme Court to rule on global warming.

  • WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court hears arguments this week in a case that could determine whether the Bush administration must change course in how it deals with the threat of global warming.

    A dozen states as well as environmental groups and large cities are trying to convince the court that the Environmental Protection Agency must regulate, as a matter of public health, the amount of carbon dioxide that comes from vehicles.

    Carbon dioxide is produced when fossil fuels such as oil and natural gas are burned. It is also the main element humans emit when they exhale. It is the principal “greenhouse” gas that many scientists believe is flowing into the atmosphere at an unprecedented rate, leading to a warming of the earth and widespread ecological changes. One way to reduce those emissions is to have cleaner-burning cars.

    The Bush administration intends to argue before the court on Wednesday that the EPA lacks the power under the Clean Air Act to regulate carbon dioxide as a pollutant. The agency contends that even if it did have such authority, it would have discretion under the law on how to address the problem without imposing emissions controls.

Their goal is to send up back to the horse and buggy days of living, as far as I can tell. I hope and pray that they will allow real science to be used in this case, and not their emotions. Read the rest of the story here.

Holiday or Cotton Bowl?

As you know, the Aggies beat the theologically depraved t.u. shorthorns last week and now the speculation is on what bowl they would be playing in to wrap up the season. I was only joking about them playing in the Mike’s Maniac Wholesale Fireworks, Hair Care and Tanning Salon Dot Kom Bowl. (After all, you can only see that bowl on public access channel 256 out of Chillicothe, Texas). The question is: which bowl will land the Aggies.

I just read this on

  • If Oklahoma beats Nebraska, that likely would send Nebraska to the Cotton Bowl, A&M to the Holiday Bowl and Texas to either the Gator or Alamo Bowl.
  • However, if Nebraska wins Saturday, that could bump the Aggies up to the Cotton, where the likely foe would be the loser of Saturday’s Southeastern Conference’s title game between Arkansas (10-2) and Florida (11-1), or Auburn (10-2).
Wouldn’t it be something if the Aggies ended up playing the Razorbacks? If that happens, I hope the Aggies help the piggies get saved as they beat the hades out of them. But a lot has to happen for the pairings to end up that way. More than likely, the Aggies will go to the Holiday Bowl. Gig ‘Em Aggies!

BTW, the picture was taken last Friday after the game. Both LBB and I have on our colors for the game. I bought LBB that shirt last week. I wanted the entire family to match and be ready to watch the game. To his credit, he stayed with me the entire game. Of course, he didn’t watch it all. But it was always good to be reminded of what is really important when the Aggies were not looking so good. However, in the end, they looked very good. LBB is still far more important though!

Bush is Standing Strong

I like the fact that President Bush is standing strong in the war on terror. Even though Republicans lost the mid-term elections, he is staying the course in the fight for freedom against Islamic terrorists. He said the following in a speech while in Latvia:

  • “Extremists are using terror to stop the spread of freedom. Some are Shiite extremists, others are Sunni extremists, but they represent different faces of the same threat. And if they succeed in undermining fragile democracies and drive the forces of freedom out of the region, they will have an open field to pursue their goals,” Bush said in a speech at the NATO summit in Riga, Latvia, where he called on allies to step up their involvement in the fight against insurgents in Afghanistan.

This is comforting to know because the Dems/Libs want to turn Iran into another Vietnam, their greatest victory of all. But fortunately, Bush is standing in their way and is doing what is right. Read more of the story here.

Aggies Win! Aggies Win! Agggggieessssss Win!

Yes, the Texas A&M Aggies beat the theological depravity out of the t.u. shorthorns today, 12-7. Whoop! It was a beautiful game to watch, a defensive struggle, close until the last four minutes of the game, and then, still in contention until the shorthorns quarterback was planted on his back with a shoulder injury with 20 seconds to go.

Then, they brought in the back up quaterback. Would he rise to the occassion and drive the length of the field in 20 seconds and move into the stories of college football legend? Or would he fade into nothing but a footnote? It was a footnote. He threw an interception and the game was over. The Aggies beat the theological depravity out of t.u. and denied them the opportunity to play in the Big 12 championship game. OU will now play in their place, and the Aggies avoid the embarrassment of losing all their games in November. They won’t have to play in Mike’s Maniac Wholesale Dot Com Bowl after all… it will be a bowl we have actually heard of.


LBB watched the entire game with me too. It was great. Father and son watching football together. OK, he didn’t watch the entire game, but played in the living room while I watched it. I also taught him to throw his arms straight up into the air when I shouted “touchdown.” It was a lot of fun. He is now taking his post-game nap.

BTW, the photo is by Eric Gay of the Associated Press.

What’s in a Name — The Final!

Roses are Red,
Violets are Blue,
His Name is Nathaniel,
He is Boy Number TWO!

Yup, we had the sonagram this morning and it gave conclusive evidence that the Lord is blessing us with another boy. The nurse running the machine said that she was only 97 percent sure, but given the pictures that she showed us, I’m 100 percent sure it’s a boy. Sorry, I won’t post those pictures.

Yes, LBB will have a little brother come April, Lord willing. We are really excited.

As for the name, Bankie over in Memphis emailed us several days ago with the suggestion of using Nathaniel, and yes, it grew on us and so his name will be Joseph Nathaniel. We will call him Nathaniel. We are looking into the exact spelling because both the NIV and the NKJV have the named spelled “Nathanael” with an “ael” not “iel.” We have contacted a Hebrew/Greek scholar for the correct spelling.

We want to thank all of you for the suggestions. Bankie wins a free hamburger from the Aiken Brewery whenever she comes this way. 🙂 Since Bankie has volunteered to be his adopted grandmother, then she and Pat will HAVE to come this way sometime in the summer. Bankie was the first visitor we had when LBB was born, so she has the right to say that. 🙂

BTW, these are the pictures that were taken today of our little boy. Isn’t he a good looking boy!

Now the hard part will be waiting for him to arrive at the end of April! This is quite odd because since moving to our neighborhood, there have been several other couples to have their second child, and all have had boys. We think that they will be great friends as they get older.

OK, I’m rambling… we are really excited… I also have to say that my Dad guessed the sex of our child. He has done so perfectly with all nine of his grandchildren.

Thanksgiving Vacation

Today is the first day of my vacation. This is a working vacation, in other words, I have a lot of work around the house that I need to take care of. Really important things like hanging Christmas lights on front of the house, getting the plastic tree down from that attic, making a stand for it, setting it up so that LBB can’t pull it down on top of himself.
Since this is the first time I have put up Christmas lights since I was about 18, I’m sure it will be quite a chore. Plus, I will have to make at least three trips to Home Depot to get it done. I’m hoping to get some help from Neighbor Bob. He already has his lights and is the main reason why I’m putting lights up in the first place. No, this isn’t some sort of competition with the neighbors. But Bob gave us a bunch of his old lights and now we have to try and do something with them. He said we could use them if they worked and throw them away if they didn’t work. I’m hoping most of them don’t work and we can only use a few strands of them. Given that this is my desire, they probably all work.
Now some of you may have noticed that I have ceased to speak on things political lately. I think I’m just tired of it all. I was extremely disappointed in the elections and all the lamenting of the fact has made me weary. Therefore, I’ve focused more on the simple things of life. Hope you don’t mind.
Also, for those of you who follow football, I guess I should congratulate those who follow Razorback football. They won the SEC West title and will play, Florida? For the SEC championship. Also, congrats to the Houston Cougars. They won their respective division and of course, kudos go out to the USC Gamecocks for becoming bowl eligible by beating Eastern Middle to the Western Tennessee State Junior College. The Gamecocks can now play in a bowl, something like the Mike’s Maniac Wholesale Fireworks Bowl.
AS for the Aggies, they play this Friday on national television against their dreaded cross-state rivals, the t.u. longhorns. The Aggies are already bowl eligible and if they win, may get a decent bowl. However, if they lose, it will probably be Mike’s Maniac Wholesale Fireworks Bowl… to be played sometime in early December before most people realize there are bowls being played.
I was planning on having the Intern and one of his girlfriends over to watch the game, but both his girlfriends are going back to the motherland, Texas. I think he is extremely wise for pursuing women from Texas. They make the best wives!
In the meantime, I have taught LBB to raise his arms when I should “touchdown.” I’m hoping he gets to practice a lot during the game on Friday when A&M scores! We’ll see.
Since I’m on vacation, I may or may not blog. Happy Thanksgiving to all those who celebrate this thankful holiday!

Just Like Ted?

Richard Phillips gives some excellent thoughts on the Ted Haggard scandal over at Reformation 21. You might check it out if you have time. It is worth a read because he asks some hard questions over the responses to all that has happened with Ted. Go to it here.

We Are Blessed!

The Christian, when attacked by the non-Christian, is truly blessed. I was reminded of this by Dee, from LMC, when she commented on the Ted Haggard incident below. Dee wrote:

  • I agree with everything you’ve said here. And I’m glad that he is no longer in leadership and is getting help. Once again Evangelicals/Conservatives show that we don’t keep people with moral issues in power.
  • I ofcourse have been irritated about how this scandal has been used politically. First of all I and my family and friends are very involved in the Evangelical world and we had never even heard of him before this. So for the Drive By Media to act like it was this huge blow to the Evangelical movement is just not true.
  • Second, the fact that this information was released days before votes on Marriage Amendments is just beyond despicable. The guy could’ve exposed this long before but chose to wait for an opportune time.
  • Third, I hate how this and the Mark Foley thing have been used an excuse for vile people to pile on conservatives. In the couple of days after the Mark Foley thing happened I had the most vile people come on my blog and leave horrific comments about what a hypocrite I am because I happen to be a Republican and then the same with Haggard because I’m an Evangelical Christian. We definitely live in a fallen world.
The world we live in is definitely fallen, and it is a world that hates the Light. Therefore, we can expect this kind of behavior from those who love the darkness. The MSM/Liberals/Dems will do anything to attack those who stand for righteousness sake. We should expect it, and be grateful for it when it does happen. (We see the most vicious attacks coming from those who claim Christ, but without His power — 2 Timothy 3:5 — these type Christians hate any stand at all for righteousness sake because it convicts them of their own depravity).

Remember the words of our Savior: Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are you when they revile and persecute you, and say ll kinds of evil against you falsely for My sake. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you (Matthew 5:10-11).

We can expect those who live in darkness to hate us. We can expect them to ridicule and attack us. That is what Christ said would happen. When it does, then we are blessed because we are sharing in His sufferings (1 Peter 4:13). We are merely pilgrims in this world. We strive to do what is right and stand for Christ, and we know that we will suffer because of it. But the day will come when sufferings will pass. Then we will be home with Him and we will look back on these times, thanking Him that He took us through them, and rejoicing that they are behind us.

Yes, the darkness hates the Light. When those in the darkness see someone of the light fall, they rejoice. Their rejoicing will be short lived, and those of the Light, will rejoice forever. Let us begin our rejoicing now.

It doesn’t look real…

I read this article over at Fox News, that this image was seen from satellite, but to me, it looks like the photo was doctored. If it really is an 87,000 square foot image, let’s see a picture of it from the ground to confirm it. Something just doesn’t look right.

State Flags

One thing I like about South Carolina is that they like their flag just as much, if not more, than the people of Texas like their flag. In fact, I just received a brochure from Tidmore Flags company and I had to look through it, given that I do like flags. Under the states section, I found that the cheapest state flag in the country for the 3’x5′ is the Texas flag. You can get one of those for a mere $24. It is the cheapest because they produce more of them than any other state in the union. However, South Carolina is not far behind in the economy department. Their flag cost only $30. It is the second most inexpensive flag listed, along with Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, and Mississippi. What this shows us is that these people are actually proud of the states they live in. They are not ashamed of where they were raised and where they live. I was really proud of the people of South Carolina. No shame here. They know their heritage and are not afraid to proclaim it. That is a good thing.

On the other end of the spectrum, is Oregon and the state of Washington (you have to put “state of” in front of “Washington” because of D.C. That drives the people of Washington nuts… but they should have thought about that before naming their state after D.C.). The most expensive on the list is Oregon. If you want one of those flags, and apparently, very few people do, then you will have to pay $62 for it. It’s just not the popular of a flag. As my intern put it, “Them pot-smokin’ hippies just don’t care a lot about their heritage.” I couldn’t help but chuckle. I think he hit it on the head. (Please, no comments about the flag being worth more. It costs more because it is more expensive to make, because no one wants one of the things.)

The flag for the state of Washington comes in at $50. Again, it’s probably because most of those tree huggers don’t care too much about their state. When you think about it, they should be ashamed. What have they done for the good of our country? What great battles in American Revolutionary history took place in both states? On the level of heritage, there is just not a lot to be proud of. I guess both could say something along the lines of: “well, we’ve been huggin’ trees longer than anyone else in the country.” Great!

BTW, I did spend some time in the state of Washington back in the 1980s. It was a neat state as far as things to look at. The people were nice, so most of this is just tongue and cheek. But there just wasn’t a lot of state pride there, or pride in their flag.

Rev. Ted Haggard

I’m not sure if you have seen the story of Rev. Ted Haggard. He fell into sexual immorality and illegal drug use. This is sad news and I’m sure the naysayers will delight in his fall. The good news is that the body is working as it should to restore this man. He needs counseling, confrontation and prayer, and by God’s grace, Haggard has agreed to submit to this. Read about it here.

I always hate these cases because it shows the frailty of mankind. Even those who walk with God on a regular basis are subject to fall into sin. I know that I’m just as vunerable as the next man, and every fallen pastor I see or hear about causes me to examine my own shortcomings.

The moment that I think, or any other pastor thinks, that we are somehow protected from this or immune to it is that moment that Satan has us where he wants us. We are all vunerable to sin. In fact, Satan was batting 1000 when it came to tempting mankind. It was only when he went up against Christ in the wilderness experience that Satan was defeated. That is why it is so important that we look to Christ to remain strong. Not that we are strong ourselves, but that our strength, and protection come from Christ.

Yes, it is sad that Ted Haggard fell into sin. But I’m grateful to the men who are seeking to restore him back to the body of Christ. He needs the rebuke and the encouragement. He needs repentance and prayer. He needs Christ all over again. Those of us who are in Christ, know that we are in need of the gospel every day. The moment we forget this, is the moment we walk on the edge with Satan. We need to walk with Christ, by faith, every day. By HIS hand, we will persevere and not fall into gross sin. Thanks be to God for our Savior Jesus Christ.

Post Election Blank

That means I don’t really have anything to say at the moment. Just drawing a blank. So, here is a picture from the past. This was my best friend in high school, before the ill-fated move to Lufkin, Texas, George Sofka. Love the hair do.

I think he is still in Houston running his dad’s barbecue restaurant. It sure would be good to have some of that barbecue today. I love a lot of things about South Carolina, but not their wretched barbecue. Reminds me of Alpo, more than any kind of cooked meal for mankind. I know that may offend some, but I haven’t tasted any good barbecue since I had that Texas style barbecue over in Augusta. Maybe George will overnight me some of his dad’s barbecue.

BTW, to all those in South Carolina who are offended by that, remember that barbecue is more a matter of taste. I’m used to beef, not pork, and then, not this kind of pork. So please, don’t be offended. It’s not worth the anger. It really is a matter of taste. If you want to say that Texas barbecue is wretched in return, I’m OK with that. Leaves more for me. I will do a post later of the top 10 thinks I like about South Carolina. There are a lot of things I love about South Carolina, and only one I don’t love. So don’t take offense.

Salt on the Wound

It is always good to start the day by hitting the “delete” key concerning my blog. The naysayer of naysayers has already been by to hoot and holler that his party won back the House of Representatives. We should expect it. They have been out of power for so long, that when they finally retake control, they will not win with any level of class or civility. It only adds salt to the wound that already exists in the disappointment known as the Republican Party. We voted on them to be conservative, and they were not conservative enough. That will do it every time.

But then there is a more sinister problem, that I too, am guilty of. It’s the problem of placing our trust and hope in the Republican party. It is an easy trap to fall into because of our values and the things that we hold dear. The Republicans come the closest to valuing the things we value. The Dem/Libs are so far out there that we would never consider voting for them. They are the party of death, and if we are Christians, we must hold to the party that at its core is fundamentally for life.

Even so, the Republican Party is still a political beast, and not a spiritual beast at all. We tell ourselves that if enough Christians are involved in the process, then we can control the beast and make it a spiritual entity as well. But alas, we are only fooling ourselves. The Kingdom of God is not made up of parties or representatives, but of the things of God. He is the One that is in control of all things. “The Most High rules in the kingdom of men, and gives it to whomever He chooses” (Daniel 4:25).

O, that He would have kept it in Republicans’ hands. But He did not. For reasons known only to Him, He has passed the torch of control to those who are most opposed to Him, His Word and His people. I don’t know why, but I suspect that at least one of many reasons that He did so is so that we turn back to Him and trust in Him. Whenever the Christian is powerless and dependent upon Him, is when the Christian is most used by Him. No, the world will not notice us. They would be quick to stamp us into the ground, were they given the power to do so. But our greatest moment of opportunity comes when we are the weakest and most dependent upon Him.

No, this is not part of the health and wealth mentality that has taken the church by storm. This is the true Gospel. Only when we are on our knees in prayer, do we fully recognize our situation and level of control in this world. It is nothing. When we have victory, it is because of His hand. When we taste defeat, it is because of His hand. But in the process, He is working all things together for good for those who love Him (Romans 8:28).

God’s word doesn’t say all things are good, but He is capable of working all things together for good. I know for me, the best thing that can happen is that my eyes are taken off the political process and to focus on the Kingdom process. What is more lasting? His Kingdom, or our party? His Kingdom, therefore our work needs to be there. Our efforts need to be for the lost and those who are not yet a part of His Kingdom. This is where our focus needs to be. For when we win in this realm, when we see the lost come to know Him, then we have truly gained victory for that is one more soul that belongs to that which is everlasting. Yes, there will be struggles in this life, but there will also be victories. The victories found at the ballot box are fleeting. They will not last. They will pass away. But the victories found in Christ are eternal. They will last forever and have true meaning.

Let us use the salt on the wound, to drive us back to Christ, the Great Physician so that He may heal us and use us for His Kingdom. It is by far the better choice.

The Graph!

BTW, I did track down the article by the New York Times, via Tug (sorry, didn’t have time to do it on Friday), concering the Times admitting that Saddam was a year away from having nukes. (Thanks Tug). The key paragraph is as follows:

  • Among the dozens of documents in English were Iraqi reports written in the 1990s and in 2002 for United Nations inspectors in charge of making sure Iraq had abandoned its unconventional arms programs after the Persian Gulf war. Experts say that at the time, Mr. Hussein’s scientists were on the verge of building an atom bomb, as little as a year away. (Emphasis added)

So now we have it for sure. Bush didn’t lie, the Dems did. All the more reason to go out and vote Republican today! Also, Rush Limbaugh always says that when the Dems accuse you of something, it is because they are guilty of doing just that. This is another one of those cases where we see this truth bearing itself out. They accuse Bush of lying, yet they are the ones that lie. Vote Republican!

Election Day

I have to admit, that I am excited about this election. There are just too many close races to take a moldly look at what is going on. In our own state of South Carolina, we have a tight race between Governor Mark Sanford and the Dem challenger Tommy Moore. The problem here is that there are a bunch of RINO’s who are voting for Tommy Moore because Sanford is so conservative. Sanford has actually brought the budget back into line with what it should be and killed a lot of pork barrel spending. Therefore, a bunch of RINO’s are campaigning for Moore. The problem with RINO’s is that they should go ahead and become Democrats. They are a frustrating lot.

I wonder if these RINO’s are just as unhappy with Bush, because he certainly hasn’t been conservative when it comes to spending. They should be happy with him. But alas, who can say.

Anyway, this is exciting. I know there are a bunch of races nationally that do matter. I will try to keep up with them through out the day… but who knows what the day will hold.

As for the Republicans losing the house, I hope that doesn’t happen. But if it does, I know that God is still in control of all things. The Republican party, while the best party we have in the nation, is not the Kingdom of God. Christ’s Kingdom still prevails and it is in Him that I will place my trust. Not anyone party. Yet, I’m still going to vote Republican. Go Vote if you haven’t, and vote Republican!

Finally Admit It — Bush Didn’t Lie

Well, I just heard on Rush Limbaugh that the New York Times has finally admitted that Iraq was a year away from having nukes in 2002. Their program was being ramped up and Saddam would have had nukes to throw at us in 2003, had we not interrupted his plans. Turns out that George W. Bush didn’t lie after all, and the New York Times is finally admitting it. Wow. How about that? Of course, they are trying to twist the story to say that Bush was a dunderhead for letting this information out of the bag. But we know had they had the info first, they would have quickly leaked it, regardless of our national security.

Wonderful news. Bush didn’t lie and the New York Times shows us this.

BTW, the picture was taken this afternoon. Another beauty of fall.

Also, I wanted to comment on the Arkansas-USC game today, but didn’t have the time. I will say that my intern, Fred, has promised that the Gamecocks will destroy the Razorbacks. The R-backs are going down… that is what he said. Again, I have trouble pulling for both, but have friends on both side of the battle.

Go Aggies.

Fall Colors

I had just enough time yesterday to stop and take this picture on the way to work. Enjoy the photo, trust in the LORD, and Vote Republican!