|Clock Tower at Lambeth Palace|
The LSP Manse –
I felt compelled to post a picture of LSP’s headquarters back in Jolly old England. This is the Weekend Sermonette edition of Virtual Mirage and the band of heathen readers need some religion at least once a week. When LSP returns to the UK to take charge, this is where he’ll be living.
The date of the return of Archbishop LSP is still not firmed up but the triumphal entrance into the palace is only a matter of time. Hillary Clinton could speed the process along…
The Blaze – Glenn Beck left Fox News six years ago to forge his own media empire. While he’s personally made a lot of money from the effort, I was surprised to learn that it still exists. Beck is known for not being right much of the time, and in that he has a lot of company from people like Dan Rather, Jeb! Bush, and Hillary Clinton (who is trying to make a political comeback and run for the presidency again).
The Blaze has been struggling to attract a TV audience due to virtually no distribution deals with major cable companies, the Hill reported.
Do any of you actually watch “The Blaze”? Don’t be embarrassed to speak out.
The Chino Air Show – is a must see, but not at 105 degrees ambient (about 120 there on the tarmac). Oh how the mighty (me) has fallen, but it would just cook me. And it’s too hot to take the grandkids. The Planes of Fame will have to go it without me.
The heat wave (proof positive of global warming – we’re all gonna die) is unfair because in California they’re merciless in collecting the weather tax.
Business Question – “What would it take for you to relocate to India for three years?” Answer – All of the whiskey in Texas. Every drop including the stuff that’s underwater in Houston and Beaumont. “No, I’m serious.” So am I. There are parts of the world that I like and parts that I don’t like. I don’t like India and not just because it smells like crap – because people just squat in the gutters – but also because you’re guaranteed diarrhea for – in this case – three years. “So that’s a firm ‘no’?”