Category Archives: Humor

Kateland’s Answer

Last week we had a good Bible School at Oak Grove Baptist church. Yesterday we had the commencement service as part of our Sunday morning worship service. I can’t ever get through a Bible School without thinking of a certain … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Fill Out A NCAA Bracket

Well, it’s March, which means that a whole bunch of t.v. sets in America are finding their way to the games of the NCAA basketball tournament. We don’t call it “March Madness” for nothing. For many people, half the fun … Continue reading

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Don Shula at the Movies

Don Shula won more games as an NFL football coach than any other coach. His Miami Dolphins teams won two Super Bowls, and the 1972 Dolphins are the only team in NFL history to go through an entire season, including … Continue reading

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A Story From the Lighter Side of Politics

With all the drama that’s still swirling around our latest election, I thought I’d lighten things up a bit today with a story from my one and only foray into the political realm. It involves my first cousin Tony, whom … Continue reading

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False Expectations

During the period of my late teens and early twenties, I spent four years working at Bakersville Quick Mart, a convenience store in my hometown. My job there entailed a wide variety of duties: pump gas, run the cash register, … Continue reading

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The Greatest Commandment

A group of men went deer hunting. When they separated into pairs, Bob and Joe paired up to hunt together. Not too long into the hunt Joe killed a huge 10-point buck. Bob then volunteered to help him drag it … Continue reading

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Everybody Is Not Your Friend

Jorge Rodriguez was a bank robber who operated along the Texas border in the late 1800s. He lived in a small village in Mexico and frequently crossed the Rio Grande into Texas to hit the banks. He was so successful … Continue reading

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