UNC Dogs!

A girl was visiting her friend who 
was a recent UNC* grad & who had 
acquired two new dogs, and asked 
her what their names were.

The girl responded by saying that 
one was named Rolex and one was 
named Timex.

Her friend said, "Whoever heard of 
someone naming dogs like that?

"HELLOOOooo," answered the UNC 
grad. "They're watch dogs!"

*Please see "comments" for
additional pertinent information.


Professor Howdy said...

*UNC is the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Specializing in a wide range of degree programs including:
B.A. A.H.F.(Advanced Hamburger Flipping), A.P.E., B.R.C.
(Bar Room Conversations), etc. Institution was founded in 1898
for sons/daughters of local Chapel Still politicians that were
unable to qualify for the more prestigious institutions of higher
learning such as Duke, Wake Forest, and N.C. State.

Anonymous said...

That Glynn Wolfe May Never Die Alone Again

The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly. John 10.10

This week I read a story, told by Steve May, about a man who died recently. It goes like this:

Glynn Wolfe died alone in Los Angeles at the age of 88. No one came to claim his body; the city paid to have him buried in an unmarked grave. This is sad, but not unusual. It happens all too often in large cities where people tend to live disenfranchised lives.

Glynn's situation was unique, though, because he was no ordinary man. He held a world record. The Guinness Book listed him as the Most Married Man, with 29 marriages to his credit.

This means 29 times he was asked, “Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife... forsaking all others do you pledge yourself only to her, so long as you both shall live?” 29 times Glynn Wolf said, “I do,” but it never quite worked out that way.

He died leaving behind children, grand-children, great grand-children, a number of living ex-wives, and innumerable ex-in-laws—and still, he died alone. He spent his entire adult life looking for something he apparently never found—and he died alone." (, Steve May, for January 16, 2007)

Despite 29 marriages, Glynn Wolfe did not have a significant enough relationship even to have someone with him at death. As I read about the tragic ending of this poor fellow, it led me to think about the most important relationship in our lives: our relationship with God. Without Him, all other relationships go bad. In spite of our best efforts, we all could end up like Glynn Wolfe. As your pastor, I do not want that for you! I want you to know life and life abundant in Jesus Christ!

When Jesus said that He came to give us life and life abundant, I think it must have had something to say about our relationships. To know God through Jesus Christ is to know that you are loved because He loves you. Our good friend John Guest contends that this is still the most needed thing in the world: to know you are loved. When we know that—when we have that basic assurance—we are free to love others. And we are less prone to go from relationship to relationship seeking approval, validation, and assurance of our importance. We already have that with God.

It took me a long time to learn that. In fact, until I heard Dr. D. James Kennedy tell me that one day in a sermon, I never got it. When I did, though, it changed my life. But now I have accepted the commandment of Jesus to find the Glynn Wolfes of the world. Jesus’ desire is that the Glynns are found, brought into relationship with Him and with others, and that they find their place in worship. What a beautiful sight when Glynn Wolfes take the bread and the cup to their lips, like desert-dried sojourners drinking in the fruit of grace and devouring the bread of life.

Mike Milton

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Tom Cruise's near-manic interviews and Scientology pursuits.
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Anonymous said...

I think republicans are naively manipulated...they don't realize that all this "gay" stuff and "abortion" hyp. are just, as one politician put it, instruments of mass distraction...

Professor Howdy said...

I know - following God's rules in the Bible!?! What has
come over those dastardly rascal republicans. The nerve
of them thinking that every human life is precious or that
marriage is between 1 man and 1 woman...

Professor Howdy said...

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Sabbath, he later changed the spelling to "sundae."


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