From the AP, through Access Hollywood:

Tom Cruise’s Least Fave ‘South Park’ Episode Up For EmmyNebula
LOS ANGELES (July 6, 2006) — One of the Emmy nominees for best animated program is the episode of “South Park” that’s said to have angered Tom Cruise and Isaac Hayes.

The episode called “Trapped in the Closet” implies that Cruise is gay and makes fun of Scientology.

Continues at Access Hollywood…


Wyatts ark

A group of Texas adventurers announced last week that they found
the remains of Noah’s Ark on the slopes of a rugged mountain in
Iran. The fourteen-man expedition, led by explorer and speaker Dr Bob
Cornuke, returned with video and photographic evidence of a black
object 400 ft long and 13,120 feet above sea level, as well as samples
of the ‘wooden beams’.

The team included well-known leaders from business, law and
Christian ministry, including Barry Rand (former CEO of Avis), Josh
McDowell (author and Christian apologist), Frank Turek (author), Boone
Powell (former CEO of Baylor Medical Systems), and Arch Bonnema
(president of Joshua Financial).


A creationist geologist’s assessment

'Ark' object.


The face of this ‘Ark’ object shows the appearance of folded sediment, not of wood grain. From

From my perusal of the photos, (and I can only go from the
pictures, not having visited the site), the object does not look like
Noah’s Ark to me. The black object looks like a rock outcrop, and
the close-up shots of the ‘beams’ suggest that the whole
area has been sheared by tectonic movement, causing folding and

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WorldNetDaily: Buffett gift means millions for abortion

Pro-life advocates are concerned about investment guru Warren Buffett’s massive donation to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation because of the Microsoft founder’s support for abortion.WorldNutDailt

The Gates Foundation has given the Planned Parenthood Federation of America almost $12.5 million since 1998, including funds to persuade teens to support abortion and to lobby the United Nations to advance pro-abortion proposals, reported

The foundation also has given nearly $21 million to International Planned Parenthood over the last seven years, where funds have been used to promote abortions in third-world nations and to set up pro-abortion family planning centers in South America, Africa and Eastern Europe.

Buffet, whose wealth is second only to Gates’, has announced he will leave about 80 percent of his estate to the Gates Foundation.

Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life women’s network Susan B. Anthony List lamented Buffett’s decision.

“It’s tragic that much of Warren Buffett’s billion-dollar attempt to improve the lives of people around the world is actually going to fund organizations that take the lives of unborn children and encourage others to do the same,” said Dannenfelser.

They are ready to leave.

Could this be the it??? – Rapture Ready Message Board

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Could this be the it???
With what now looks like Israel is definetly going into Gaza, is this it?

I just read where they have blown up 2 bridges and a power station with fighter jets. If hamas does not waiver….I truly believe they are going in.

Could this be the start of everything to come. The AC has to come into power at a time of great struggle between the Palastinias and Israel. I think it is the only way the world will be in awe of this man who brings peace to the 2 who could never agree on peace.

I am so ready to go home and I truly believe we are so close… Spread the word of Our Lord and Savior Jesus. If you are afraid to share your faith or just don;t know how, go to and listen. It truly is a great way to understand their need for Christ.

All you Prayer Warriors sadel up and get down on your knees. Pray for all those here that they may be given a heart for the lost… That they may become brave in the Lord and step out of their comfort zones…

Praise our Lord and Savior all who have been forgiven!!! For he is Great and Merciful and we are unworthy of such Love

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At least he could try to be funny. Instead, he puts himself on the same level as Pres. Clinton. I always thought that would have been beneath him.

Rush Limbaugh Jokes About Viagra Find


Limbaugh joked about the search on his radio show Tuesday, saying Customs officials didn’t believe him when he said he got the pills at the Clinton Library and he was told they were blue M&Ms. He later added, chuckling: “I had a great time in the Dominican Republic. Wish I could tell you about it.”

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The right is spinning this as a sense of humor, but come on, the guy takes viagra and doesn’t even own up to it. It is not like he was taking illegal prescription drugs.

The Media Crunch


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This needs no comments…

Limbaugh Detained at Palm Beach Airport WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) —

Rush Limbaugh was detained for more than three hours Monday at Palm Beach International Airport after authorities said they found a bottle of Viagra in his possession without a prescription.

A doctor had prescribed the drug, but it was “labeled as being issued to the physician rather than Mr. Limbaugh for privacy purposes,” Roy Black, Limbaugh’s attorney, said in a statement.

NebulaNot sure how long this will last before the so called “Church of Scientology” gets to shut this down, but this has to be seen to be believed. Oh, and don’t forget, it is your choice to jump off a bridge, but you would be stupid not to join Scientology.

Update: Google video features the full-length (35 minutes) orientation video. Anybody else feel reminded of the “Lost” orientation video?


During his daily vocabular exercises, George Bush has now arrived at the word “mistake.” Smart move by his teachers, because he is going to need it.

The Oval: Bush Rethinks Admitting ‘Mistakes’ – Newsweek Politics –

Saying the M Word
President Bush has never liked the word ‘mistake.’ But in recent days, it’s become a more regular part of his vocabulary.

Updated: 3:21 p.m. ET April 12, 2006

12, 2006 – For Elton John, sorry seems to be the hardest word. But for
George W. Bush the hardest word has always been “mistake.” His
difficult relationship with the M word stretches back many years and is
bound up with his view of leadership, politics, the media and, yes, his

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Via Michelle Malkin.


April 12, 2006 For Immediate ReleaseContact: William Perry Pendley DENVER, CO.
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld should withhold federal funds from a California college given the failure of the college to ensure the safe presence of military recruiters on campus, the Secretary was advised by a public interest law firm in a letter released today. According to news reports, military recruiters were forced to flee yesterday from a University of California Santa Cruz job fair because of a raucous mob.

Mountain States Legal Foundation advised Rumsfeld that the college’s actions violate the Solomon Amendment, which requires that colleges permit military recruiters on campus or lose all federal funds. UC Santa Cruz received $80 million in federal funds during 2005. A unanimous Supreme Court ruled the Solomon Amendment constitutional early last month. “It is outrageous that members of the Armed Forces, who are asked to serve in harm’s way in Afghanistan and Iraq, are driven from a campus by a mob in America,” said William Perry Pendley, president and chief legal officer of Mountain States Legal Foundation. “Unless Secretary Rumsfeld responds to this craven violation of federal law, radicals on other campuses will be emboldened, will endanger the lives of men and women in uniform, and will deny students the right to learn how they may serve their country.”

Let me get this straight – students don't like the military recruiters – they probably get angry – and the recruiters leave. So much for our bold, strong military I guess if the recruiters can't handle students disagreeing with them. But I guess they are not trained to handle protesters when there are no guns allowed.

Are we to assume now that every time students choose to act on their own (isn't that what they are hopefully educated to do anyway?), especially when they disagree with the government, the school is liable for their actions. Obviously UC Santa Cruz does not have a policy against recruiters, just the students don't like them. Tough luck. Try to find cannon fodder at another school.

By the way, at my school, there are always recruiters around – no big deal, they just get ignored. They sit around behind their Army or Navy banner and surf the internet.

Update: Look at this video. Seems they were too afraid to walk past the students and exited so they would not be confronted by a group of non-violent students.

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