Saturday, June 30, 2012

Please Stop This Garbage


I cannot believe what I was seeing when I opened this email this morning. Enough is enough. It is time that we took a stand and stop garbage like this from being shown in our theaters or any where else. I am beyond furious right now. This was sent to me by my cousin.
This was sent to me and couldn’t believe what I was reading. Please take an interest…
This movie is the last straw for me. I’m feeling like David hearing Goliath profane God. I’m sick to death of this anti God in your face insulting our Lord and God and I’ve had enough. This calls for extreme prayer war! on our faces in repentance Chronicles 7:14 asking God to heal our land. Please take part in the coming July 14 call for national prayer to heal our land. And then take your stand against the wicked powers that be. Choose this day whom you shall serve, as for me and my house we will serve the Lord.
Blessings - Rhonda
—-Abram asked the Lord to spare 50 righteous people. God responded to Abraham’s plea “If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then I will spare all” …..Genesis 18:16-33

The movie ” Corpus Christi ” is due to be released this June to August. A disgusting film set to appear in America later this year depicts Jesus and his disciples as homosexuals! As a play, this has already been in theaters for a while. It’s called ” Corpus Christi ” which means “The Body of Christ”. It’s revolting mockery of our Lord. But we can make a difference.

That’s why I am sending this e-mail to you. If you do send this around, we just might be able to prevent this film from showing in America . Let’s stand for what we believe in and stop the mockery of Jesus Christ our Savior. Where do we stand as Christians? At the risk of a bit of inconvenience, I’m forwarding this to all I think would appreciate it, too. Please help us prevent such offenses against our Lord. There is no petition to sign, no time limit, or minimum number of people to send this to.. It will take you less than 2 minutes!

If you are not interested and do not have the 2 minutes it will take to do this, please don’t complain when God does not have time for you because He is far busier than we are. Hey it’s worth a shot!
Apparently, some regions in Europe have already banned the film. All we need is a lot of prayer and a lot of e-mails.


….will God be able to find at least 50 righteous people who are willing to express their concern and voice their opinion against this act of blasphemy.

Monday, June 4, 2012

The Killing "Bulldog" Episode

I was on the edge of my seat last night watching this episode and as always, I was completely caught off guard at what happened at the end.

It seems to be either Jamie or Gwen who may have killed Rosie Larsen and my money is on Gwen.  It has been from the start but then I thought I got that wrong.  Now it seems that I may have been right.  Time will tell because we only have 2 episodes left until the killer of Rosie Larsen is reveled.

Here is a great review by TV Fanatic of last night's episode.

The Killing Review: Taking A Stand

Don't get me wrong: The Killing, like plenty of shows, has had its share of flaws, including episodes that offer moments of boredom and aspects of melodrama that make you want to yawn.
Except "Bulldog" was a perfect example of a biting force that gripped on with its story and characters and refused to let go.
Perhaps it's because we're on the final stretch of the season, but I've seen plenty of programs waste away their remaining episodes for fluff and utter nonsense. This particular installment did none of that marking pretty much every moment with something rather significant and thoroughly absorbing. And in a way took things we might have predicted and spun them right around.
Sarah in Tears
Stan, a man with a violent past and caring heart, was able to prove his ability to go above being bossed around. Rather than kill someone to protect his family, he simply scared the man off.
And surprise, surprise, Alexi was the guy to pull the trigger and finish of Janek. Stan is in the clear and I'm glad that he was able to stay above that particular path.
I've a feeling that the Janek and mob story is through for the most part now. Did it seem easy to get rid of him right now, under these circumstances? Yes and it certainly wraps up that problem for Stan, but really it showed what type of man Stan is and how he was able to be resilient in the long run.
Richmond broke down and gave his heartfelt speech that will either ruin him politically or turn his voters empathetic, but he too stood above the blackmail. I've wanted him to just reveal his story for the longest time and hope it works out in the long run.
Billy Campbell really emoted the consternation that Richmond was feeling with each word and look in his eye. The man is putting it all out on the table. Richmond was able to overcome his reluctance and get past Mayor Adams demands. The characters on this show really have some dark backgrounds they have to deal with.
Yet, with both of these characters dealing with their own inner demons so to speak, it was Linden and Holder's search for the key card that proved most exciting.
Maybe it's watching the hero take down the bad guy or really sticking it to smug and arrogant people, but they've finally been able to find the proof that would blow the Larsen case wide open.
Certainly Chief Jackson deserved that type of defeat and I loved Holder slapping the warrant in her head of security's face and Linden holding the bloody keycard up the camera and giving a great big grin.
I hope Jackson goes down in flames and she's shown how great an enemy she can be for this show, even if she's probably not the killer.
But even, with their victory on the casino and dodging their own police brethren, it was the final reveal (which I was hoping we might get a peak at) of who the key card belonged to.
Nope. It's not Mayor Adams.
The card belongs to someone in Richmond's camp, most notably Gwen or Jamie.
And while I didn't see that coming, I knew that the campaign was always connected to the murder and would eventually rear its important head again. It's just interesting knowing that its one of Richmond's loyal allies.
There was something utterly exciting about watching Richmond's speech mixed in with Linden and Holder testing the keycard. We are just so close to the end, it's barely touching our outreaching finger tips.
I'm curious to find out why Gwen or Jamie committed the horrible murder, if it is indeed one of them who did it.
This was by far one of the best episodes of the season offering up an exciting and compelling drive towards the end and I'm eagerly awaiting for what the final episodes have to offer. If it can finish out as strong as this hour of television was, then I'll never want the rain to go away from this AMC series.

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Saturday, June 2, 2012

RIP Kathryn Joosten

One of my most favorite TV actresses has passed away today after a long battle with cancer.

Kathryn Joosten who was just 72 died with her family around her today.  I just watched the finale of Desperate housewives in which she played Karen McCluskey and did so brilliantly.  What is so ironic is that Kathryn's character of DH died t the end of the series from cancer.

Here is an article about her passing.

Kathryn Joosten Dies at 72 
Emmy winner Kathryn Joosten died of lung cancer Saturday. She was 72.

The actress, best known for her role on Desperate Housewives as plucky neighbor Karen McCluskey and as The West Wing's secretary Mrs. Landingham, was surrounded by family and friends in Westlake Village, Calif., at the time of her death.

"Kathryn passed away this morning after a valiant fight against her cancer," Nadine Jolson, Joosten's rep, told E! News. "Her family was with her. Funeral arrangements are pending. This is a terrible loss, and she fought as hard as she could."

Joosten was a former smoker, who survived a bout with lung cancer in 2001, and had a another cancerous growth successfully removed from her lung in 2009 as she prepared for her fifth season of Housewives.

"She'll be back to her feisty old self, chasing her old man down the street any day now," her rep told PEOPLE at the time. Joosten was also a vocal advocate for lung cancer awareness and research.

Kicking off her career as an actor at the age of 42, she was first a psychiatric nurse. Scoring small roles on Dharma and Greg, My Name is Earl, Ally McBeal, it was her comedic contributions to Wisteria Lane that her earned the Outstanding Guest Actress Emmy in 2005 and 2008. Housewives ended its run on ABC last month – Joosten's character passed away in the series finale.

Her costar Felicity Huffman Tweeted Saturday, "All my prayers and love to Katherine (sic) Joosten's family. Rest in peace, she was an amazing woman and a wonderful actress."