Vince Williams

Vince Williams

I live in Oklahoma with my hot wife and two cats, Ray and Noah. God granted me regeneration a few years ago, but before that I lived most of my life thinking I was actually a Christian. I love to write, watch good movies with my wife and cats, dancing, and reading.

It’s not often one sees something like this in the city.    

The Eleventh Commandment was a phrase used by President Ronald Reagan during his 1966 campaign for Governor of California. The Commandment reads: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.[1][2]

My wife and I love Autumn, and going around to good pumpkin patches. It’s a good sign for the Fall season when you see yards full of pumpkins.

The cry to “boycott!” is everywhere, as well as among evangelicals who hate seeing unBiblical decisions being made by the American stores which we visit almost daily.

Some people experience it early in life, some people experience it later in life. But most people experience it sometime in their life. I’m sure you remember that Sunday school teacher, or grade school teacher, or high school teacher, or college professor, or close friend.

For some of you, this video may be very old news, but I saw it recently and found it very amusing.

Two guys tapping their hands on pans. I’ve never seen it before, and wouldn’t have expected it would sound so good had I not seen it myself. This was in the Paseo Arts District in OKC one Friday during their Arts Walk on the first Friday night of every month.

  Most Americans don’t labor on Labor Day. Ever wonder why? If your smarter than I am (which wouldn’t take much) then you probably already know. I just find it interesting that we don’t labor on Labor Day. Why isn’t it called Labor-Free Day, or Labor-Less Day? According to Wikipedia

We hear it on Christian radio. Students hear it at Christian school. Many people hear it in church every Sunday. 21st century America has been abuzz with campaigns and resolutions to reclaim America for Christ and regain our country’s good morality.

  “I turned my collar to the cold and damp When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of a neon light that split the night and touched the sound of silence. And in the naked light I saw ten thousand people, maybe more.