“Bringing In The Sheaves” (new geo Blog for the week of Sept 11/17)

When my daughter Cami (pictured with me above) was going to high school in Wellington, she lived with me for a little while. I was in charge of getting her to school and back each day, and she was in charge of the car radio. Some days it was cowboy music on WIRK, sometimes CHR on WILD 95, and occasionally even a little AC on WRMF. However, the one she listened to most was WAY-FM, which was a Christian rocker.
One day she asked if I could drop her and a friend off at a Christian concert at the fairgrounds. I got back to pick them up around 10, and when I asked the folks at the gate how much longer it would be, they told me that they were running a little late, but I was welcome to come inside and wait. When I came around the corner at the back of the venue where I could see the stage, I was surprised to see what looked like a punk rocker climbing up on top of one of the huge speakers. Once up there he screamed at the audience, “Are there any Jesus freaks in here?” The place went wild, and when the band who sounded like Led Zeppelin exploded, the singer continued to scream, but now it was about loving Jesus. I remember wondering at the time “What the hell ever happened to “Bringing In The Sheaves?”

Think about it, some Psychologist somewhere probably has heard all about you.
How can you communicate with women if they don’t even understand Lombardi time?
What does the DOJ do?
The only thing the Democrats and Republicans agree upon is that greed is good.
The director’s job is to make sure that he/she never gets in between the performer and the spot light.
It doesn’t matter how talented you are, if you’re not coachable and directable, “It don’t mean a thing.”
The key word in marriage is “compromise.”

The best marriages are the ones where the husband is so smitten that he’s not even aware that he’s living his wife’s dream.

Asking questions is the secret route to success.

If your life is in danger, you’ve got a problem; everything else is merely an inconvenience.
Do liberals ever laugh?
The reason I’m still single is probably because the good ones like Barbara, Betsy, Bridget, Georgina, Heidi, Jan, Lorraine, Lorenda, and Marnie are already taken.
Risk taking would be called a “sure thing” if it wasn’t risky.
Being a conservative or a liberal doesn’t make your opinion right or wrong.
I wonder how much democracy there’d be in the world if America weren’t so powerful?
You can’t buy off social media.
If it has an agenda, it’s not news.
Over 30 years ago, I realized that I was gonna die someday, so I changed my whole life. I think it’s time to do it again.
If fossil fuels are in fact causing climate change, why do the Democrats and Republicans keep granting drilling rights for something that doesn’t have a future?
Why do banks only lend money to people who don’t need any?
If we’re all equal in the eyes of the law, why does a rich person still have a better chance of being acquitted?
If somebody was hurting your daughter would you care about the law?
When a woman says, “Correct me if I’m wrong,” be careful, it’s entrapment.
How come Henry Ford didn’t worry about the fact that there were no gas stations?
The best time to start a revolution is when you’re hungry.
My father always told me that if you wanted to get a job done quickly, give it to a lazy man.
Few men can resist the temptation of naughty women.

My good friend Roger Vergnes said, “Writers pontificate, editors, consolidate.”

That bitch Irma is on the way but looks like she’s gonna miss me but unfortunately is headed towards my daughter Cami in Tampa.

Speaking of Irma, when it looked like she was going to give us a direct hit, the TV reporters were trying to calm us. Now they are trying to scare us?

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Made it thru Irma with a just sone wet carpet. The best news though is Cami is safe in Tampa and has power. I sure don’t but Duffys is open.

4 thoughts on ““Bringing In The Sheaves” (new geo Blog for the week of Sept 11/17)

  1. Re the title of this piece: When I was a young kid being dragged off to church every Sunday by my parents, I always thought the name of the hymn was “Bringing in the Cheese” … which puzzled me until I was much older. Then, the fact that I had been in church every Sunday for years puzzled me.

  2. I’m not sure what this climate change thing is all about. There must be a pile of gold in it somewhere. One burp from a volcano can put out enough noxious gasses to surpass all the ones that mankind has ever produced since we got on this earth.

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