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April 19, 2019

Expedition Unknown – Josh Gates – Mysteries of Jesus (S6 Ep2)

Over the last six weeks History Channel ran a six part min-series about the life of Jesus based on the bible, and we look at that as a total waste of time because Josh was coming with tonight’s show.   Doesn’t the History Channel know that every human on this planet born before 12/24/2018 know the story or has heard about the story of Jesus.  All you need to know is the beginning and the end because the Bible does not have very much about Jesus’ early years so to make a six seek series they had to “embellish” the presentation.  First of all, they had to “boost” the story line because we all know it’s a boring read and “boost” some of the key points because we all know the Bible is compromised and not complete works of all the writings.  The contents of current Bible were decided by a bunch of kings that were working with a political view of what should be included and what is not and they left out a lot of stuff.  So folks none of this fits our version which comes from our research.

In tonight’s show Josh says that many of the chapters that are named like “John”, “Joshua”, etc were not written by the person whose name is on the chapter.  The gospels were all written years later and by people other than the named.  Josh interviewed many so called “experts” and they all could not agree on where Jesus was actually born and none of them even mentioned the “star” the Wise-man supposedly followed.  The year that Jesus was born is also under question also as to the actual date..

We mainly tuned in to get some new Jesus jokes from Josh for this upcoming Christmas.  Instead we thought about many questions and revised our version.  Josh said “In the beginning Mary was told by Gabriel that she was carrying Gods child.”  Obviously she did not know and was probably shocked then she did not know that God impregnated her, which brings up our questions about the sin of rape.  If a woman is impregnated without her knowledge and without her consent, that is considered rape, a mortal sin.  We think Mary had an affair when Joseph was out of town so she needed a excuse and she made up the outlandish story that God got her PG, OR Joseph plied her with wine and she forgot they did the deed.  Either way we doubt that God did it.  If you believe that God did do it then you need to determine if it was rape or not.  If not, then good luck explaining to the Angel at the Pearly Gates why you believe that and be sure to look around, because you will see Satan with a huge smile. (We are speaking in Christian words because we don’t belief in heaven or hell).  Okay, lets move on to the end.  Mary Madeline (Carrying Jesus’ baby) and several of Jesus’ friends moved the rock and when Jesus came to they all went to the coast where they caught a boat to Spain and Jesus and Mary lived a happy life together.  Now you’re thinking what about the resurrection?  Nowhere in the Bible says that anyone witnessed the resurrection and besides, the soul is what resurrects not the body. (See Christianity 101) Also we have seen several shows where they are searching for the remains of Jesus and they never have found them.  Did they look in Spain?  No!  In one episode they went down deep in the temple Mount to where there was a spot where it was believed held Jesus’ remains and when they dug they found nothing. So they continued digging and still nothing.  The excuse they gave is that someone must have taken the remains.  Yes but there were not any remains to be taken so they had to lie to get out of the embarrassment of finding nothing.

By the way if you’re questioning why we don’t believe that Jesus died on the cross our logic screams out that anybody who can walk on water, feed thousands of people bread and fish from a meager stock, turn water into wine, and cure illnesses and even bring back people from the dead can surely fake their own death.  Come on folks, it you believe the written words, then we do honor you, but we also know that you must be a Trump supporter because they believe anything.

So now you have our version of the fictional bible that we have read, but only for knowledge of those days and we have since removed the information from our past memory.  We have also read that the Vatican has the original Sanskrit version of the Bible but they refuse to release it to the public.  The Vatican is hiding a bunch of stuff and maybe when Jesus dissolves Christianity we will know the truth.  The New Golden Age will cleanse many things.

Josh spent most of his time running all over the countryside meeting experts that all had different views on where Jesus was born. Questions like “Why would a very pregnant Mary ride a burrow a hundred miles?” came up.  Nobody mentioned the star (Which was a UFO).  If they called Jesus “Jesus of Nazareth” then he must have been born there.  Good point we think.  Then another guy said there is a second “Bethlehem” in Galilee.

Maybe someday someone will admit the truth but in the meantime tourist trade is booming at the so called sites identified by people who know nothing about the truth and believe in the all mighty dollar over Christianity, which in itself is a money making religion even though the chaos.

We have nothing else to report except to thank Josh for his great information.  The rest of the story we believe will be revealed during The New Golden Age.  Other than talking with Jesus and all the other dudes and “dudettes” we are done with this subject.  We have our belief system and we preach or discuss our system everywhere we go.  We just had a great discussion with a Muslim Uber driver and because we have read the Muslim Bible we find it closer to our belief system than the Christian Bible.  Maybe those kings who were deciding the contents of the Christian Bible wanted to make it the biggest and longest bible so they could have bragging rights when inter-religious priests were arguing they could say “Our Bible is bigger than yours!”

So Easter is just a few days away we need to get out and buy some eggs, which raises another question, why eggs?  Rabbits don’t lay eggs so where does the Easter bunny get the eggs?  Does the egg represent the resurrection of the bunny, because it’s a chicken egg so it can only represent the resurrection of the bunny that hides eggs all over the house and when one egg is found three months later the bunny will not be accountable for the smell?

God bless all of you out there in cyberland and who have stooped by to read our posts.  To “beauty and bones.com” we say “We honor your beliefs” dear, we just happen to have our own.

March 27, 2019

Dating Sites – Beware of “Gold Diggers” or Shady Characters Warning Signs

Thanks to Zoosk.com for some the following information!  Usually the site your on has information about possible scams, but they leave it up to YOU for controlling your destiny and if your not paying attention, then you will probably lose money and forever think “What the hell was I thinking about? “.  The last guy I heard about lost $5,000.00 and his last words were “But I love her!” (He never met her/he).  The last lady I heard of lost $48,000.00 and her words were “But I loved him and he said he would pay me back!” (She never met him and he was 8,000 miles away in Ghana)

Though most dating sites take steps to protect their members, ultimately, you’re on-line and off line safety is in your hands. While meeting people on-line keep an eye out for these eight common scammed behaviors and report them right away to the support or security links on given site.

1. Asking you for money or financial information.
Never give out your financial information to someone you’ve met on an on-line dating site or app. Seems simple right? Well, it may seem like common sense to keep your information to yourself, but scammers can be convincing. If someone you’ve come to care about asks you to help pay for travel expenses so her or she can come see you, it may be tempting to hand your information over. Don’t do it. Asking for money to visit you is a common story that a lot of scammers use.

2. Contacting you from another country.
Many scammers come from another country or claim to be stuck in a foreign country. Be weary if the story someone tells doesn’t match the location or information in his or her profile. (We came across this one several times where the lady/guy said she was on assignment for UNICEF or S.O.S and said they could not get home because they did not have enough money)

3. Refusing to meet in person or talk on the phone.
Does the person you’re talking to only want to keep things online? Does he or she ignore you when you ask to meet in person? This is a common scammer move to watch out for.

4. Claiming to love you right away.
Often scammers will come on very strong right away and the language can be over the top and intense. It can be exciting to feel close to someone so quickly, especially when you’ve been wanting a serious relationship for a while, but be weary of someone who claims too much too fast. Scammers will push for a serious relationship without getting to know you or meeting in person first.

5. Pressuring you for your phone number, email, or other contact information.
If someone wants to communicate outside of the dating app you’re using right away, beware. It’s normal to ask someone for their phone number but it’s odd to ask someone for personal information right away.

6. Often repeating things or seeming disconnected from communications.
Does the person your chatting with have a hard time following the thread of the conversation? Do they never remember things you say or only speak about general topics? Many scammers work from a script and are talking to many people at once so their messages are disjointed and odd at times. If replies to your messages seem off-topic you could be speaking with a scammer.

7. Dodging your questions without providing answers.
While some scammers use elaborate stories to get you to trust them, other scammers like to keep the conversation vague. Instead of answering questions about his or her life, the scammer will try to keep you talking about yourself or only speak about emotions.

8. Trying to sell you products or services or offering you a job opportunity. 
If something sounds too good to be true, chances are it is. If someone is offering you a great deal on a used car, or a special discount on a product or service, be careful. It’s a common way to get you to give your information out.

If you suspect that someone you’re talking to may be a scammer, stop your communications and immediately report him or her. When you’re excited about someone and starting to develop feelings, it can be easy and even natural to want to do anything they ask. But it’s important to stay safe. Keep an eye out for these signs, learn more about someone before getting too close, and protect yourself and your information.  Remember the person at the other end might be a guy or a lady, you DON’T KNOW!

DATING MANTRA – Do not even consider sharing financial information or giving money to anyone until you meet them face-to-face or belly-to-belly!

Our TIPs!        1)  Before you join a site Google the site and ask for reviews.  We found several to say “RISKY” or prone to scams or hacking.

2)  Never send mail to any email that has a “.org” suffix!  These are usually hacker prone or the person who gave you the link is making money and the site is tracking   your every move online.  Google the full email name + site or just the site and read the results.  One common one is “citymail.org”.

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Thank you everyone who stopped by and if you are using a dating site on-line and having an issue, don’t hesitate to inform the support department.  They probably have heard just about everything.  PEACE!

June 15, 2011

Happy Birthday Joann

Filed under: Family,Gaba Insight — alaboutnothing @ 9:31 am
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On your birthday,
I’m thinking about how much light and sparkle
you freely dispense wherever you go,
how your sunny smile lights up any gathering.
Every birthday marks another year
of you radiating positive, happy energy,
contagious happiness
that infects all who come in contact with you.
May your next birthday find you the same–
glowing from within,
beaming bright joy on everyone you meet.
I feel blessed to know and love you.

Nothing compares to love you radiate and the dreams you inspire.

I love You

March 29, 2009

Gaba’s pet fish passed on today…

Filed under: Gaba Insight — alaboutnothing @ 5:45 am

 I woke up to find that Gaba’s fist had passed on.  She had named the fish “Pet” and we had it for about 2 years.  I moved the fish tank to an upper shelf in the kitchen so she could not see it.  Gaba’s mom, grandma, and I discussed how to tell her the news.  Of course we projected that she might take it badly, but finally decided to tell her.  So grandma told Gaba “Pet was sick and we needed to get a new one.”  Gaba said “Ok, can I get a red one this time?”  That’s it, no big deal.

 My sister happened to be visiting from Sedona and we were taking her to see Gaba’s favorite bookstore.  Gaba calls the bookstore “The Buddha Store” and a block down the street is a pet shop so it worked out just fine.  (The “Buddha Store” is actually “The East / West Bookstore”).  So we went to the bookstore and then to the pet shop and let Gaba pick out a new pet fish, which she promptly named “Petty” and it’s red.  She also picked out a new fish tank and some accessories.  When we returned home Gabba and her mom step up the new tank and got Petty situated.  Nothing else was said and everything returned to normal.

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