Saturday, September 10, 2011

Saturday Morning

National Geographic TV had a show on the other night about what would happen if all humans on the planet just--poof-- were gone. Now my thought is--???. I suppose it may be interesting to know, but why would it be important if no one was here? Click--next channel. History channel: Visitors from outer space built some ruins in Central America and other places around the world. There are some unexplained things in the construction of some of these. I think that it is very interesting as to how blocks of solid rock weighing many tons were lifted into place and were machined to fit perfectly. This I watched. Not sold on the alien theory yet, but who knows. I keep an open mind and the remote handy. Now to my point in this aimless wandering--It has to be costly to produce these shows. And some are very interesting. Don't get me wrong on that point, but there is not many shows on how to prepare for TEOTWAWKI. Was one on preppers that was good. I suppose people "in the know" do not want to push something they don't think will ever happen. People need to get their head out of the sand or wherever else they may have it! People in the fire areas are fully aware of this, and my prayers go out to them.
Something else that is burning my butt right now is The Presidents plan for jobs. The ideas may be good, but the way I understand it, if Congress acts on it immediately, people would go to work the next day. I don't care when they act on it, red tape will delay it for months if not longer. Here again some people need to extricate their heads from wherever they have them.
Got to go--God Bless all--johnnyb


  1. Sometimes you have to consider the agenda behind some of these shows.

    There is one that comes to mind about Jesse James. When I went back and look up the group that made the documentary, it was booed from all sides, some claiming it was just grandstanding from one or two trying to "show out"

    Just my thoughts.

  2. Matt--I agree with you. This one just struck me as amusing. Thanks for the comment.