It's Sunday ... so here's some philosophy
“When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it--always.” - Mahatma Gandhi (1869–1948)
"Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened." - Jesus Christ (c. 6–c. 30)
Blessings: We often forget that everything in life, including life itself, is a blessing from God. As a man of faith I thank God during my daily prayer for all those blessings he has bestowed upon myself and my family. If you ever want to know just how blessed you really are? Just take a few moments to look around you. There are many people who are having a much harder time getting through their daily life than you are. Take time to pray for those people. Even though it may not seem like it to the casual observer, The Lord is taking care of them as well. - Ken Hulsey
The Japanese Trailer for The Force Awakens is nothing short of awesome!
The strange stuff you find on Facebook ... Geez I can't stop looking at it ... it's like a lava lamp.
Superman Arrives In New Promo For Monday’s Episode of Supergirl
Superman made a very brief appearance in the pilot episode of Supergirl, greeting Kara when she arrived on Earth and dropping her off at the Danvers. His face was never shown, but there were numerous references to the Man of Steel throughout both that first instalment and the second. However, the above promo confirms that the hero will be making a physical appearance this Monday.
As you can tell from the footage though, it will once again only be from the shoulders down, and as something of a blur, as a wounded Supergirl watches him arrive to make the save (do we really need him to show up every time she’s in trouble?).
Proof that the Japanese make the best TV shows.
A Power Ranger and a Teddy Bear fighting a Dinosaur ... no one here in America would have the balls to do that, which is sad because it's great entertainment on a primal level.
The Touching Way The Big Bang Theory Honored Leonard Nimoy
Earlier this year, when Star Trek vet Leonard Nimoy died, The Big Bang Theory aired a lovely post-episode tribute to Nimoy. But now that we’re in Season 9, enough time has passed to afford the creative team a chance to honor the actor with half a story arc devoted to Sheldon’s idolatry of Spock. It was a lovely approach to the subject, and it played a psychologically complicated part in the big reveal (to other characters) of Sheldon’s engagement ring. Well done, Big Bang. Spoilers, below.
In a case of art imitating life, Big Bang brought in son Adam Nimoy as someone making a documentary about his father, and hey, that’s really happening. Sheldon gets a chance to talk on camera about how Spock has affected his life, and it’s all set up by Wil Wheaton, who is too delighted to watch all the corridors of Sheldon’s psyche on full display.
Konga #12 - May 1963 Issue - Charlton Comics Group
Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft
Everyone In California Is Freaking the Hell Out About a UFO
A strange doughnut-shaped UFO has been spotted by NASA cameras - the third strange sighting recorded by the International Space Station this month.
Footage shows a strange glowing ring floating above earth before slowly vanishing.
Posting the video on YouTube , user Streetcap1 wrote : "This is the first ISS catch I have had for a while.
"Whatever the circular object is, it leaves before the others."
And now I leave you with this:
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