Saturday, June 16, 2007

God drowned your grampa

So, this little girl and her grandfather went for a swim. Grandpa drowned and the kid was lost in the woods for 2 nights. She survived. Gramps kicked it.

Tricia Little, a close family friend of Hannah's parents, said David Klamecki taught the girl and her two younger sisters about the outdoors. She credits that instruction -- and God -- with Hannah's survival.

Hannah's father, Mike Klamecki, is senior pastor at New Hope Community Church in Villa Park. Little's husband, Brian, said parishioners have been "praying for his whole family."

"Obviously, we're giving all the glory to God on this one," Brian Little said.

So, God heard your prayers and saved your little girl, eh? Well, then you also have to believe that God killed her grandfather and made her wander the woods for 2 nights. You can't just praise God for the good stuff and hold the bad stuff blameless.

Monday, June 11, 2007


So, I liked the final episode. I liked how it ended, too. Nothing spectacular. Just "a day in the life" of a NJ gangster. That's what the show was about - flawed people living an existance that's at some times interesting, and other times banal. The ending was fitting. Good work.

Was Tony going to get whacked? Who knows? Who cares? Sure, maybe he will, maybe he won't. The same could be said about him having another cappicola on rye. Ending it between this breath and the next is just as good as ending it between two breaths next week or next year.

I guess I will have to get back to online gaming, since all my HBO and Showtime shows are in repeats or defunct. Same goes for the handful of network shows worth watching...