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Monday, 10 January 2005
Man's Inhumanity To Man
Despite the destructive power of the South Asian Tsunami, it's small in comparision to the murder and genocide perpetrated and tolerated by mankind.

It should be easier to deal with evil tendencies within our species than the environment, but that hasn't been the case in recent history.





John Steinbeck's The Grapes Of Wrath
Genocide Links
The Forgotten Battle In The Congo
Man needs help in overcoming forces which can destroy him or make him a slave.
Our Heavenly Father, may your name be honored;
May your kingdom come, and your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day the bread we need,
Forgive us what we owe to you, as we have also forgiven those who owe anything to us.
Keep us clear of temptation, and save us from evil.

Posted by qualteam at 9:12 PM EST
Updated: Monday, 10 January 2005 9:20 PM EST
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Friday, 7 January 2005
The Movies: "Hotel Rwanda" And"White Noise" Open Today
I find it ironic and significant that a movie about the murder of 900,000 Rwandans opens on the same day with a movie about communicating with the dead.

In 1994, the Tutsis(minority Rwandans)never had a chance to communicate their plight to the rest of the world. Perhaps, the "white noise" that they've been making for ten years is finally getting through.
Reviews Of Hotel Rwanda
Reviews Of White Noise

Posted by qualteam at 10:54 PM EST
Updated: Friday, 7 January 2005 11:00 PM EST
Wednesday, 5 January 2005
Taking Us Out Of The Shadow Of 9/11
By its sheer magnitude and destructive power the Dec/26/04 tsunami eclipsed the day of infamy on Sept/11/01.

Both events made us aware of the vulnerability of the human condition.

Both events made us aware that we all need help sometime in our life.

The evils that plague countries or individuals may vary in size and power, but they are shared by all courtesy of the mass media and the internet.

While there isn't any magic wand to make destructive results disappear, there are visions and efforts to make the world a better place to live in.

Truly, most have us have moved from the shadow of 9/11.

September/11/01 Remembered

Posted by qualteam at 10:08 PM EST
Monday, 3 January 2005
"The Angel At Hotel California"Has A New Page
This concerns the tsunami and the relief efforts that are ongoing in the affected countries.
For Whom The Bell Tolls

Posted by qualteam at 10:40 PM EST
Sunday, 2 January 2005
Movie Review 87: The Last Samurai
Tom Cruise does very well as a haunted U.S. soldier who trys to redeem himself among the Samurai.

Unfortunately, the story is very predictable in its development and ending. The violent action scenes while well done simply go on too long.

The honour of the Samurai comes down to a suicide attack against modern 19th century weapons which negates any kind of skill that they have as agile sword fighters.

It's not an honourable thing to rush machine guns. It's just plain stupid(Look at World War One).
Two and a half stars.
More Reviews Of The Last Samurai

Posted by qualteam at 11:02 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 2 January 2005 11:05 PM EST
Saturday, 1 January 2005
A Happy New Year To The Eternal Brotherhood Of Bloggers
Mood:  special
The Barron Blog has over 580 entries on every subject conceivable.

Hopefully, we'll grow as individuals as we develop our views of life and the universe through the internet. We are all part of a work in progress.

We belong to the "Eternal Brotherhood of Internet Bloggers". Some day this activity will reach beyond this life and planet and connect with other civilizations.

All the best on your journeys, keep writing about them.

Posted by qualteam at 10:45 AM EST
Updated: Saturday, 1 January 2005 10:48 AM EST
Thursday, 30 December 2004
An Important Point On Disasters
It should be noted that the animals near the tidal waves moved to higher ground long before the humans knew what was going on with the Tsunamis.

Native North Americans have always tried to communicate with animals to find out what is going on around them.

Some individuals have a danger sense which others might call intuition.

There are millions of ways an ordinary person can be killed in a split second. Surely, with this kind of vulnerability, somebody near the Indian Ocean should have sensed danger long before it happened.

Posted by qualteam at 10:20 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 30 December 2004 10:26 PM EST
Wednesday, 29 December 2004
It Isn't Enough Just To Live A Good Life
While others around you are being victimized by every evil possible.

There is such a thing as spiritual stewardship of the earth which would include weather control(i.e. tsumanis). Charity may be fine after a destructive event, but what about the needless deaths and the billions in damages.

Humans can only do so much in predicting and protecting against weather calamities.

Somewhere along the line, certain trained powerful spirits have to take responsibility for weather control. Are you one of them?

Whether in this life or the next, we have to carry our burdens and do our jobs.



Posted by qualteam at 10:00 PM EST
Monday, 27 December 2004
The Top Ten Easiest Quiz Questions Of 2004
1) How long did the Hundred Years War last?
2) Which country makes Panama hats?
3) From which animal do we get catgut?
4) In which month do Russians celebrate the October Revolution?
5) What is a camel's hair brush made of?
6) The Canary Islands in the Pacific are named after what animal?
7) What was King George VI's first name?
8) What color is a purple finch?
9) Where are Chinese gooseberries from?
10) What is the color of the black box in a commercial airplane?
All done? Check your answers through the link below!

Answers

Posted by qualteam at 11:15 PM EST
Updated: Monday, 27 December 2004 11:22 PM EST
Sunday, 26 December 2004
Top Ten Canadian Quotes Of The Year
1. "Dalton McGuinty(present Ontario Premier)is an evil reptilian kitten-eater from another planet". Attributed to former premier Ernie Eves.
2. Most players that wear visors (or masks) in the NHL are Europeans and French guys: as quoted by sports commentator Don Cherry
3. 'I think so many of us are lost.'
-In February, Hamilton Liberal JOHN BRYDEN became the eighth MP in two months to switch parties; he lost the nomination.
4. 'I don't know what happened. I'm an athlete. I live on the edge.'-Hard-luck hurdler PERDITA FELICIEN after her Olympic-size tumble.
5.'I'm not a mean-spirited person, and I'm sorry for what happened.' Vancouver forward TODD BERTUZZI on the sucker punch that hurt the national game.
6.'Something just snapped in a moment of utter irrationality.' -former M.P. SVEND ROBINSON, admitting he stole a diamond ring.
7.'Europeans, Americans, Canadians, we all stink. We all die. We're all the same.' -Maple Leafs' ALEXANDER MOGILNY, a Russian, takes on Don Cherry.
8.'They sentenced me to death once so anything else is a plus.'-STEVEN TRUSCOTT on Ottawa's decision to re-examine his 1959 conviction for murdering a schoolmate.
9.'I hope somebody reads the reprimand word for word to that remorseless prick because I don't think he would read it.'-Sgt. LORNE FORD on the U.S. pilot who killed four Canadians and wounded eight, including Ford, in the 2002 friendly fire incident in Afghanistan.
10. 'It's as if the biggest tree has fallen down.'
-Writer JUNE CALLWOOD on the death of Pierre Berton.


Posted by qualteam at 8:46 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 26 December 2004 9:00 PM EST

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