Tag Archives: Honesty

Leadership, Patton and Jesus

From a 03/31/08 e-mail to my supervisor at the dollar store. This was a young man who had never had a paying job before, and thus certainly no experience in supervision; and I had a mind to give him some pointers on the nature of leadership. Previous conversations had already established that he regarded himself as a devout Christian.

If you’ve never seen it before, I’d urge you to see the movie Patton (link to Wikipedia).  Actually, I’d urge you to buy a copy (link to Amazon).

Luke 7:

2A centurion there had a slave whom he valued highly, and who was ill and close to death.  Continue reading Leadership, Patton and Jesus

Podcast – Truth and love

My father’s favorite Bible verse was John 8:32,
“You will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.”

Truth and love

Related blog post: Dez Bryant, love and responsibility
Related blog post: Open heart | The Homeless Blogger
Related podcast: Exonerating Meghan
Related article: Army Hits Back Against False Claim that Soldiers Died in CIA Op to Nab Election Servers | Military.com

Music: The Beatles, “All you need is love”

Jyahshua Hill

Family defends man arrested for setting Tommie on fire: ‘Y’all don’t know what’s up. Chill out.’

This is community psychopathy.

Related: What’s in a name?

Follow-up, 06/15/19:

Man arrested for killing Tommie the dog: ‘I snapped’

A man with diagnoses of schizophrenia and BPD has no business owning a pit bull.  Note that his wife reversed her testimony.

The Gestapo librarian

(Originally posted 08/04/12 at Trojan Horse Productions.  Reblogged 05/28/14.)

Officer Nasty works security at the library. He doesn’t wait for trouble to happen or for someone to ask him for help. Instead, he constantly patrols the whole place looking for people who may be breaking the rules, so he can put them out. He walks up and down the narrow aisles of the computer center to see what you have on your screen. He comes into the men’s room hoping to catch someone in the act — act of what, I can’t imagine. You get the picture.

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