15 Funniest Staged Kim Jong-un Military Photos

I don’t know where these photos came from (they were emailed to me without attribution), but my guess is they don’t do what they’re supposed to do. That is, if the intent was to strike fear into the hearts of imperialistic running-dog lackeys otherwise known as Americans.


“So if you hit the asteroid with one of your missiles, it breaks apart like this.”

“I’ll be damned!  It is David Hasselhoff!”

“Hey, schmucks: does the lack of tread-marks anywhere on this field mean what I think it does?”


“So I sang, ‘Stop — in the name of love’, and then I shot her for calling me husky.” 

“Pssst. Who’s gonna tell fattie he needs to sit in the middle?”

“Really?  Really?  Rodman stole my nets and left a dump on the court?”

“This way to our heavily fortified sand-fort, Dear Leader!”

“A stainless steel AK-47 with collapsible stock?  Chuck Schumer just wet his pants!”

“Your excellency, your drool is interfering with the operation of the sensor.”

“Damn, good work, Lester. I didn’t know there were five overstuffed babes left in the DPRK!”

“Sarah Palin was right. I really can see Russia from here.”

“It’s called Viagra, can you believe it?”

“Seriously, after I took the blue pill it was like this long.”

“Does it bother any of you that I’m literally twice as fat as anyone here?
Because it’s not that I eat anything I want, it’s just that I’m big-boned.”

“So long, and thanks for all the fish!”

Doug Ross @ Journal

Teachers Train To Take Down School Shooters: “Tragedy Wakes You Up”

In what has become the nation’s first ever Armed Teacher Training Program, two dozen teachers selected from a pool of 1,400 applicants spent three days learning basic gun use, tactical maneuvers, and strategies for taking down crazed maniacs who may attempt to attack local schools.

Jim Irvine, chairman of the Buckeye Firearm Association, said arming teachers is the best way to stop more mass murders, and gun control can’t help.

“Gun control is purely political and has no place in this conversation,” Irvine said.

This is why the Buckeye Firearm Foundation, a nonprofit with the association, paid $ 30,000 for 24 Ohio educators to learn how to react to a shooter in a school.

The program was organized after the December shooting in a Newtown, Conn., school that took the lives of 20 children and six staff members.

Deanna, an elementary-school teacher from central Ohio who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said she doesn’t know if she would have taken the training course had the Newtown massacre not occurred.

“Tragedy wakes you up,” she said.

Deanna said she feels better prepared to fend off a classroom shooter, but she does not think all teachers should have guns.

“This isn’t just, ‘Let’s bring in teachers and train them, and then everyone’s going to be able to carry a gun,’ ” Deanna said.

This is the only teacher-training program of its kind in the country, but school workers from across the nation have asked about future training classes, Irvine said.

Columbus Dispatch

Staff Heavily Armed

Disarming law abiding citizens through gun confiscation will not stop a psychopathic mass murderer.

A gun in the hands of a trained individual will.


SHTF Plan – When It Hits The Fan, Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You

“Sadness, confusion, loss and the road to Emmaus”: Video of my Passover/Easter message

Crackpot Preppers

emmausroadOn Wednesday night, I had the honor of teaching at a wonderful church in Tucson, Arizona. It is shepherded by Pastor Robert Furrow. When I had first accepted in the invitation last fall, I had intended to teach about “The Future of the Middle East In Light of Bible Prophecy.” But in the meantime, Robert’s dear wife, Lisa, went home to be with the Lord after a very difficult battle with cancer.

Having been to Tucson numerous times over the years to teach with and for Robert and Lisa, and having built a sweet friendship with them both, and having prayed for the Lord to let this cup pass from them both, I was so saddened when I got the news. It was hard to fathom such a strong and faithful woman of God was gone. I was happy for her — she is well and whole and worshipping in the presence of Jesus. But I was grieved for Robert and his family and his congregation. It was an honor, therefore, to be out there this week. I was glad to be able to spend time with Robert, and pray with him, and listen as he shared with me the hard road he’s been on since the Lord took Lisa home to heaven.

In that context, I didn’t feel I was supposed to teach about the Middle East. Rather, I felt moved to teach about the two Jewish disciples on the road to Emmaus, about their sadness and their confusion and their deep sense of loss, perhaps even betrayal, when the man they thought was the Messiah was betrayed, arrested and crucified.  Here is the link to the audio and the video of the message. I hope you and your family will take some time to listen to the message and share it with others. And may the Lord bless you, and comfort you, and encourage you this Passover and Easter season.

>> “Sadness, Confusion, Loss & The Road To Emmaus (Luke 24:13-31)”

>> Also: “My Spiritual Journey”


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