Saturday, March 17, 2012

What I want

Matthew 5:6
Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness,
for they will be filled.

We live in a society built on desire. What is the next greatest thing that I think I need? A newer car? A big TV? A nice looking yard? The best clothes? The coolest gadget? What does wanting those things bring us? Jealousy because I dont have what the next person has? A desire for more stuff?

All of those things are not inherently bad by themselves, its the priority we place on them. God has blessed us with many many things, but they need to be in their order of importance.

Righteousness cannot be something down on the list of things I want. Jesus lets us know where the priority should be. Things we hunger and thirst for are not things with a low priority. If I am hungering and thirsting for righteousness that is pretty high on my priority list.

As a Christian I cannot expect to live a holier life, treat people better, show Christ to others just because I go to church or say I am a Christian. I have to have a DEEP desire for righteousness. And if that is my aim, if that is my goal, Jesus says we will be filled. I have to be intentional in not only how I live and treat people but what drives me inside. Hunger and thirst is not really something that is on the outside but more something inside ourselves.

What will happen if we hunger and thirst for more than the superficial? What if we put a desire for righteousness first?

We will be blessed and we will be filled.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012


Nope, the title is not about me getting married.
In my small group we are doing a study of Biblical manhood and womanhood. This week focused on marriage. A point was made about marriage and it made me think about homosexual marriage. That topic seems to come up probably every year during elections about some state passing or not passing some sort of marriage bill either for or against homosexual marriage. I dont really want to get into the legal side of the issue but my perspective as a Christian.

I believe the Bible teaches that homosexuality is a sin (I Corinthians 6:9-11, I Timothy 1:8-10). No greater and no less than any other sin. Sin is sin. Me lying to my parents or being jealous over something a friend has is on the same level as homosexuality. Sin is sin. We all are treated the same for the sin we commit (Romans 3:23).

I believe that homosexual marriage has multiple detrimental consequences but the one that I want to focus on is what the Bible says about marriage. Genesis 2:24 says, "For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife and the two shall become one flesh." I didnt check every single instance but my guess is unless it is condemning the practice the Bible only talks about marriage as between a man and a woman. Why?

Men and women are created in God's image. It takes both a man and a woman to accurately portray God's image. God doesnt have a sex so the qualities that make a man a man and the qualities that make a woman a woman taken together represent God's image. What role does marriage have then?

Ephesians 5:31-33 says, 31 “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.”[b] 32 This is a profound mystery—but I am talking about Christ and the church. 33 However, each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife must respect her husband.

The passage prior to this (21-30) is talking about the roles men and women have with respect to each other. Paul ends this passage using the verse from Genesis comparing marriage to Jesus and the church. He says it is a profound mystery. What was the mystery?

John Piper puts it this way,

"The mystery of Genesis 2:24 is that the marriage it describes is a parable or symbol of Christ's relation to his people. God doesn't do things willy-nilly. Everything has purpose and meaning. When God engaged to create man and woman and to ordain the union of marriage, he didn't roll dice or draw straws or flip a coin. He patterned marriage very purposefully after the relationship between his Son and the church, which he planned from eternity. And therefore marriage is a mystery—it contains and conceals a meaning far greater than what we see on the outside. What God has joined together in marriage is to be a reflection of the union between the Son of God and his bride the church."

This link is the full sermon which can be read or listened to, worth the time:

Am I going to protest outside the capital building in Lansing if this comes up here? Probably not. So where does that leave homosexual marriage? God's plan is for a man and a woman to enter into marriage as a picture of Christ and the church. Homosexual marriage is a distortion of God's plan.

Are homosexuals evil people to be vilified? No, they are no more evil than I am, we are all sinners. But I do think we need to stand up against something that is contrary to the Bible. It seems popular today to believe in moral relativism. Everybody is right, dont tell someone that cant believe in something, everything is truth. But the truth is there are moral absolutes. We need to stand by those absolutes (the Bible) even when its not popular.

Love every sinner the same, with the self-sacrificing compassionate love of Christ. But stand by the Bible and the life giving truth it proclaims.

Monday, March 05, 2012

Fruitful Life

I recently read this:
Matthew 3:8
Produce fruit in keeping with repentance.

and also this:
Acts 26:20
20 First to those in Damascus, then to those in Jerusalem and in all Judea, and then to the Gentiles, I preached that they should repent and turn to God and demonstrate their repentance by their deeds.

The last part of Acts 26:20 is what I think is important.

Why does it matter as a Christian if I am doing good things? Doing things is not how I am saved (Ephesians 2:8-9). Our actions are not a result of the 'rules' of church but a reflection of our hearts attitude toward God. As sinners we are all selfish, prone to do what is contrary to God's ways. As a Christian I have indicated that I am putting that selfishness to the side and putting God's ways ahead of my own self interest.

What does it say if I acknowledge that I am a Christian but my actions are contrary to that declaration? The above passages of Matthew and Acts are pretty clear, the reality of my profession of being a Christian must be demonstrated by what I do. The fruit and deeds of my life are not only for me, as I live a life of repentance for my sinful ways, but also for others.

Matthew 5:16
16 In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.

I should be living my life so others can see the change, see the difference. So they can see that it is only because of my Father in heaven that I am the way I am.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011


Do we fear God? In our consumer driven please everybody culture the answer is probably no. Maybe the better question is, should we fear God? There are so many competing religions out there I think far too often we just try to emphasize that God is love. It is true that God IS love but, should we stop there? I think to have a clear and true understanding, whatever we can as humans understand about God, we have to also acknowledge that God is holy and God is a God of justice.

The implications of God being just and holy are not quite as palatable than the statement God is love. There is a perceived negative connotation to what follows for a holy and just God. It means there is punishment for not following God. It means eternal separation. It means there is a hell. (why I believe in hell, Francis Chan's new book, Erasing Hell does a much better job than I could do)It means that we can never in our wildest imaginations live up to the standards that are required to be in the presence of a God that is holy. While those may seem like negatives I see them as positives. If we try to water down God to a few palatable attributes we rob Him of who He really is and what that means for our lives.

Psalm 86:11 says: "Teach me your ways O Lord, and I will walk in your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear your name."

The Psalmist is asking to know God more, to live more closely to how God says we should, all so he can fear God's name.

Why does he want to fear God's name? Maybe he realizes that if we dont fear God's name we will try to put him in a box at our level. Knowing more about God, having a better grasp of ALL of God's attributes, not just the ones that lead to warm fuzzies, is not something to be avoided but embraced. Knowing God's attributes is not the same as understanding them. Maybe knowing what they are and what they result in will lead us towards a fear of the Lord.

Proverbs 1:7a "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge"

Some people turn away from God because of some of the attributes that have perceived negative connotations but the wisest man that ever lived says that fearing the Lord is the BEGINNING of knowledge.

I dont fear the Lord. I should.

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Over a year again

So it has been over a year since I last posted. I should really write more often. I wonder if I put some relavent words in here if it would come up higher on a google search?

I was reading in Proverbs tonight and I came across a familiar verse.
4:23 - Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.

I have heard this used in relation to romantic relationships. You cant give your heart away Proverbs says to guard it. While it may be true to be careful who you give your heart to, I think this verse is talking about something else here. The verses surrounding this verse are talking about righteous living and wicked living. What does it look like and what are the consequences of living a wicked life? Or a righteous life? I think what the Solomon is getting at is that what is in our hearts plays out in our actions. If we are careful about what we put into our hearts, that we make sure it is righteousness, then we will reap the benefits of living out a righteous life. If I continually put into my heart what is contrary to God's way of living I cannot expect to live out the life of love that Christ calls us to.

What do I allow into my heart that will keep me from living the life that God desires me to live?

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Saturday, May 01, 2010

Something from Romans

I am reading through Romans with a commentary. I think I like Romans because there is logic behind what Paul is saying. My mind works with reasoning and logic, Romans just seems to make sense. I just started the commentary tonight and it was discussing the first seven verses. He spent time discussing the phrase "obedience that comes from faith". This topic comes up quite a bit in the book overall. The relationship between obedience and faith is not cut and dry but I think it is important to note that you can have apparent obedience without faith. There are many people that seem to live good lives, even Christian, that do what they are suppose to, but without faith there is no eternity with Jesus.

The author puts it well:
"But never can we obey without believing. If obedience is implied from the beginning of our faith, faith is always essential for any true obedience. It is true that people can outwardly confrom with the demands of the gospel. All of us know non-Christians whose outward conduct appears to be closer to the demands of Scripture than that of some Christians. But without the inward commitment of the heart, such obedience is, in biblical terms, no obedience at all."

It is sad to think that some people have disconnected the two. Faith and obedience are interconnected. I cannot have true faith without obedience and obedience means nothing if I dont have the faith to go along with it.

Monday, March 22, 2010

a long time

I have not posted in a while. I have something brewing but here is something worth reading. Not sure its factual but I got it in an email so it must be true.

Supposedly all quotes by Thomas Jefferson:

When we get piled upon one another in large cities, as in Europe, we shall become as corrupt as Europe.

The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.

It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debts as it goes.
A principle which if acted on would save one-half the wars of the world.

I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.

My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.

No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.

The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.

To compel a man to subsidize with his taxes the propagation of ideas which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.

Thomas Jefferson said in 1802:
'I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered..'

Monday, September 14, 2009


Practice was better today but the proof is in the pudding as they say. I hope tomorrow brings a better effort for the whole game.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Another win

We beat Montague 5-2. We should have beat them worse. Questions still loom. How to fix them, million dollar question.

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

A Ways to go

We beat Fremont 3-0 tonight. We still did not play well. Not sure what its going to take to get the team back to playing as well as we did at the beginning of the season. I hope it starts to sink in what I am saying. Only time will tell.

Monday, September 07, 2009

Last week

We lost to Northpointe 6-3. We played terrible. From the practice after MCC to last Thursday we did not play well. Hopefully they will come back from the long weekend rejuvenated and ready to play. On the upside the JV played a really good game and won 2-1 but it should have been about 5-1.

Monday, August 31, 2009

So long....

It has been a long time since I blogged. Hopefully I will find more time this fall.

The soccer team I coach is 3-0-1.
Results so far:
Hart 3-0
Oakridge 7-1
Muskegon Catholic Central 2-2
Muskegon 3-1

Northpointe at home this thursday, then Fremont next Tuesday.

Those two games should be a better barometer of how we will fare this year.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.17

i didnt realize it has been a month since my last quote. been busy lately. here is an easy one.

'If she starts doing his pubes, Im out of here.'

Susie - 6
Troy - 5
Annie - 5

Monday, April 20, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.16

this one may be an easy one but i couldn't resist.

'Yeah, he as pretty old.'

Susie - 6
Troy - 5
Annie - 4

Monday, April 13, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.15

good one annie, i didnt think you were still in the game its been so long. i think this weeks is going to be easy.

'Since you're new here, uh, I'm gonna cut you a So, why don't you make like a tree and get outta here?'

Troy - 5
Susie - 5
Annie - 4

Monday, April 06, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.14

this weeks may be a little more challenging. susie was correct on the last two answers to tie it up.

person one - 'What do you boys want out of life?'
person two - 'To die and come back as a leotard.'

Troy - 5
Susie - 5
Annie - 3

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Movie Quote Monday #2.13

i thought last weeks was an easy one. Hint: VV, BS, CT

'See that whole teen wolf thing you got going right there? You need to wax that thing right out.'

Troy - 5
Susie - 3
Annie - 3

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.12

so i did not remember that it was monday last night until real late so i am doing it today. sorry annie maybe you will be the first one this week.

'It's actually not my birthday till next month but terrific.'

Troy - 5
Susie - 3
Annie - 3

Monday, March 16, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.11

i was beginning to think you were not coming back annie. but well done, i thought last weeks would take longer for someone to get.

'Wayne, I think weve established that ca-caw ca-caw and tookie-tookie don’t work.'

Troy - 4
Susie - 3
Annie - 3

Monday, March 09, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.10

troy is on a roll with another correct answer last week. maybe this one will be harder.

Person 1 - 'No knickname for you?'
Person 2 - 'You can call me anytime.'

Troy - 4
Susie - 3
Annie - 2

Monday, March 02, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.9

Troy was correct with last weeks answer. this weeks will be too easy but still very funny.

'Don't act like you're not impressed.'

Susie - 3
Troy - 3
Annie - 2

Monday, February 23, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.8

its good to see troy back in the game.

'It did sound a little wet, right at the end.'

Susie - 3
Annie - 2
Troy - 2

Monday, February 16, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.7

sorry troy, susie answered 2.6 before you did or it posted first. welcome back annie. i think the first one who sees this weeks will get it.

'Not yet, gotta tame the beast before you let it out of it's cage.'

Susie - 3
Annie - 2
Troy - 1

ps. this is an interesting article, go to:,2933,493624,00.html

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Evolution, Global Warming, and the Assumptions We M ake

i see evolution and global warming being very similar. what makes evolution and global warming so similar? many would probably not see much similarity between the two. some time ago i heard something about the global warming crisis which is upon us and the similarities hit me. first, both are vehemently defended, those of us that choose to oppose these ideas must be too blind, stupid, or close minded to see the ultimate truth that is evolution and global warming. well, that is what we are told. i do not see myself as blind, stupid or close minded. (clarification - i have never heard anyone actually say those who oppose these ideas are blind, stupid, or close minded but i believe it to be a valid sample opinion based on what i have read and hear in the news.) the defenders of these two ideas would burn at the stake for their beliefs were we living in a different time period.

second, the general public is told to believe these two ideas based on the opinion of the so called experts. while at first glance that seems to make sense, on a closer examination, it is discovered that asking pertinent questions and expecting honest and correct answers is entirely forbidden. obviously questions are permitted but for the most part they are softball questions asked by those in the media/scientific community that do not care to dig deep enough to find the real truth. it is always a good idea to listen to the opinions of the experts. but it is not a good idea to put blind faith into what those experts are saying. when we are told to believe what they have to say based solely on the initials after their name and the credentials of where they work we begin to tread down a very slippery slope.

third and related to the second, is that the assumptions held by the 'experts' all too often have more to do with their support of the idea than the merits of the idea itself. both evolution and global warming are not as cut and dry as the experts would have us believe, unless you take the assumptions that lead the experts. the assumptions they make have a tremendous impact on the conclusions they make.

evolution and global warming are both grand in scale. if you change the assumptions you make, you will change your view of the topic.

evolution is only possible if an infinite number of mutations happen by chance to form a single cell continuing all the way up to humans. most who believe evolution would not even question that there is even a chance that may not be possible. what happens if you scrutinize the genetic mechanism that makes life possible? does that genetic mechanism allow for the freedom to make the changes that are necessary for life to evolve the way the experts say it has?

i have not done much reading on global warming but as the name suggests it is global. the global climate is not something that can be diagnosed simply and with a small formula. there are major assumptions that have to be set up before any sort of predictions are even possible. the long term and global effects of every component have to be evaluated as to their impact. how do we know on a global scale the effects of each component? is it a safe assumption that the way something reacts under a certain set of circumstances will be the same on a global scale? are rising temperatures an indication that the global climate is near a collapse or major change?

are there experts that are equally knowledgeable that come to different conclusions? why? if the dissenting views are discarded not because of the evidence but because of unrelated reasons what does that say about the prevailing view? what are the motives behind the experts? is there a vested interest in keeping their view the same?

i do not have the time, space, or eloquence to try and make an argument against either idea.(others more persuasive than i have written books on both subjects) my point is that the assumptions we make have an impact far greater than we realize. it is so easy to go with the flow and forget to question what we are doing and why we are doing it.

what would change if we questioned some of the assumptions we have that govern the choices we make?

what assumptions need to be questioned?

if those assumptions are wrong are we willing to put them behind us?

Monday, February 09, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.6

annie - i thought you were going to answer more. i havent seen you since the first one. i almost forgot about 2.4 that has not been answered yet. maybe the funniest movie of all time. i could watch it over and over and never get tired of it.

here is another easy one.

'Well, Columbus wasn't looking for America my man, but that seemed to work out for everyone didn't it.'

Susie - 2
Annie - 1
Troy - 1

Sunday, February 08, 2009

The War Inside

My life right now is simple yet so complicated at the same time. I am frustrated by the dichotomy that is living the Christian life. Not in a bad way, when I go to church on Sundays I am encouraged about living out my faith, it seems so easy. But then life begins on Mondays and the complications build. I am not questioning anything about my faith, but more why it is so hard for me sometimes. For some it seems so easy, at times, for me, it feels like a chore. I am quiet, non-confrontational, many would probably say 'a good guy', and being who I want to be as a Christian does not come easy for me. The truth of Jesus is so clear to me, yet why is it so hard to express to others? I have spent my whole life going to church and a Christian school and I know why I believe what I do. My brain elves have let me down trying to expression my knowledge. They must be loosing a step as they get older.(you have to know David Rudd to understand the elves)

Currently there exsists a war inside that I do not have any easy answers for. I know the truth that I must follow but it does not make it any easier. I often think about ways to end the war, but my imagination takes the war to new scenarios. Scenarios that might not be true but eat at me. They play with my mind until I think it cannot go any further, then something new is created.

I pray for God to change in me what started the war. I hope change comes soon, but I am afraid that it may not. I want this war to be over, to move past it and continue on the journey. Maybe that is my problem, I came to a place where this war had to be confronted and resolved before movement forward is possible. The war is exhausting. There have been short respites of tranquility, they are far to short and the war is ready to continue when they are over.

As I read this it sounds life altering, its not. I just needed to get it out. I have only told one person, maybe I will tell more, maybe not. As one of my cousins says, we all have secrets.

And so the war continues......back and forth in my head.

Monday, February 02, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.5

i am surprised that 2.4 has not been answered yet.

'Wow, if he's here who's running hell?'

Susie - 2
Annie - 1

Thursday, January 29, 2009

MQM 2.3 hint

i am not sure how to give a hint and not give away the answer but here is the hint anyways.

this movie is the main characters first big hit but he is a tv star already before this movie came out.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.4

i thought last weeks was pretty easy but i guess not. ill give a hint later in the week if it still is unanswered. on to this weeks, this one is really easy.

'Radio?.....who needs a radio?'

Susie - 1
Annie - 1

Monday, January 19, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.3

yes susie was correct on the last answer. here is this weeks.

'If she starts doing his pubes, I'm out of here.'

Susie - 1
Annie - 1

Monday, January 12, 2009

Movie Quote Monday 2.2

wow annie starts out strong with an early answer and words to back it up. only time will tell if annie can keep it up. here is this weeks.....

'Look whose talking denim Dan. You look like the president, chairman, and CEO of Levi Strauss. Where'd you get the Canadian tuxedo?'

Annie - 1

Monday, January 05, 2009

Let the games begin! M

today begins the newest installment of movie quote monday. i have decided to make this 2.0 version. i have an end for this round already but im not going to say when it ends. here is the first quote:

"It did sound a little wet right at the end."

i thought i would make the first easy.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Better Blogging Days Ahead

i am going to blog more often. i have decided not to start the next installment of movie quote monday until the new year. i have to watch some movies so i will have quotes stocked up and i am also unsure how many people actually check this anymore if any at all. hopefully i will blog more often up until the new year and more people will read it. i have had lots of things i wanted to blog about but not much time to coallate my ideas into something readable and coherent. i will end todays short post with a quote from and episode of the office:

'Word of advice: Unbutton that top button, Let those things breathe."

Monday, September 15, 2008

A Break

so soccer season makes movie quote monday challenging so i have decided to take a break until soccer is over. here is a funny story for everyones enjoyment that i received via email tonight.

Several men are in the locker room of a golf club. A cell phone on a bench rings and a man engages the hands free speaker-function and begins to talk. Everyone else in the room stops to listen.

MAN: "Hello."

WOMAN: "Honey, it's me. Are you at the club?"

MAN: "Yes."

WOMAN: "I am at the mall now and found this beautiful leather coat. It's only $1,000. Is it OK if I buy it?"

MAN: "Sure, go ahead if you like it that much."

WOMAN: "I also stopped by the Mercedes dealership and saw the new 2005 models. I saw one I really liked."

MAN: "How much?"

WOMAN: "$90,000."

MAN: "OK, but for that price, I want it with all the options."

WOMAN: "Great! Oh, and one more thing .....the house I wanted last year is back on the market. They're asking $950,000."

MAN: "Well, then go ahead and give them an offer of $900,000. They will probably take it. If not, we can go the extra 50 thousand. It is really a pretty good price."

WOMAN: "OK. I'll see you later! I love you so much!!"

MAN: "Bye! I love you, too." The man hangs up. The other men in the locker room are staring at him in astonishment, mouths agape.....

Then he smiles and asks: "Anyone know who this phone belongs to?"

Monday, September 01, 2008

Bonus Movie Quote Monday #2.4&5

since i did not post a quote last week i will post two this week.

quote 2.4
'Lionel Ritchie hasn’t been black since the commodores.'

quote 2.5
'Wayne, I think weve established that ca-caw ca-caw and tookie-tookie don’t work.'

Troy - 1
Susie - 1

Monday, August 18, 2008

Movie Quote Monday 2.3

hint for last weeks: sci-fi movie that was wildly unrealistic.

here is this weeks:

'Columbus wasn't looking for America my man, but that seems to work out for everyone didn't it?'

Troy - 1

Monday, August 11, 2008

Movie Quote Monday #2.2

Troy got on the board first with last weeks correct answer. here is this weeks.

person 1 - '15 billion dollars.'
person 2 - 'Will you take a check?'
person 3 - 'Why don't you use a credit card? You get miles.'

Troy - 1

Monday, August 04, 2008

Movie Quote Monday Round 2 #1

i will make the first one easy.

'Not yet, gotta tame the beast before you let it out of its cage.'

Monday, July 28, 2008

The Begining and the End

Eric finally answered the last unanswered quote correctly as dickie roberts. i was going to start the new contest today but i am just getting home and have not eaten dinner yet so it will start next week. prizes will be forthcoming when my schedule allows.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

This is nucking futs.....

that no one has got the last answer yet. remember to answer in the comments for that post. the new contest will begin when the last one is answered.

Monday, July 07, 2008

The End

round two will not start until the last quote is answered and currently if it is troy or susie whoever answers correctly will win. i have given hints already, here they are again to refresh everyones memory.

quote -
'Yeah, I know like 20 people who thought you were a girl, not from the side.'

hint #1 -
i have used this movie before

hint #2 -
SNL alum

Susie - 24
Troy - 24
Eric - 14
Annie - 3
Todd - 1

Monday, June 30, 2008

Movie Quote Monday#67

i did not post but eric did get last weeks answer. there is still one out unanswered. i dont want to give too many clues. hint #2 - SNL alum. i will make this weeks an easy one because this is the last quote for this round. once this and #65 have been answered i will award prizes.

'Unfortunately my neck looks like a vagina.'

Susie - 24
Troy - 23
Eric - 14
Annie - 3
Todd - 1

Monday, June 23, 2008

Movie Quote Monday #66

okay so i cant count since i just realized that i had last weeks as #66. hint for last weeks, i have used this movie before. here is this weeks.

'That’s it, bite that thing, bite it like a little monkey go on bite it, there you go, yank it, use them tiger teeth.'

Susie - 24
Troy - 23
Eric - 13
Annie - 3
Todd - 1

Monday, June 16, 2008

Movie Quote Monday #65

wow lots of comments. annies comment #1 there is an end in sight, atleast for me. i am not going to tell anyone but the end of round one is near. annies comment #2 while i appreciate your commitment and sacrifice i cannot make exceptions otherwise everyone would try to get special excemptions every week. bad internet or not the quote was out there a while before i gave any clue. annies comment #3 no comment.

so here is this weeks quote

'Yeah, I know like 20 people who thought you were a girl, not from the side.'

Susie - 24
Troy - 23
Eric - 13
Annie - 3
Todd - 1

Monday, June 09, 2008

Movie Quote Monday #64

i have deliberated over susies objection to the answers that eric gave for four quotes and they will stand. there was ample time for anyone else to answer those quotes for themselves. here is this weeks, and it could be more challenging.

'I think of it as a bucket of piss to drown rats in.'

Susie - 24
Troy - 23
Eric - 12
Annie - 3
Todd - 1

Monday, June 02, 2008

Movie Quote Monday #63

'This diaper is making my nuts rub together. It's going to start a fire.'

Susie - 23
Troy - 23
Eric - 12
Annie - 3
Todd - 1

Friday, May 30, 2008

And just like that

all of the quotes have been answered. eric took a huge leap in the standings by answering all four quotes correct.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008


i am a little disappointed that there are four out that are not answered. i will give a few hints.

#57 - annie was really close with her guess.

#60 - 'It's long and hard and full of seamen....Nothing. No. Not even a titter. Tough sub.'

#61 - classic 80's movie, sci-fi.

not going to give help for #62 yet.

not going to give help for #62 yet.

remember to answer under the comments for each individual quote.

Monday, May 26, 2008

Movie Quote Monday #62

i was not going to post one today but decided to anyways. i will post hints tuesday for the two that are still out there. here is todays.

person 1 - 'I bid two bits.'
person 2 - 'Sold to the lady for 25 cents. I dont want to know about it as long as it is legal.- 3

Susie - 23
Troy - 23
Eric - 8
Annie - 3
Todd - 1

Monday, May 19, 2008

Movie Quote Monday #61

i cant beleive that the last one and #57 have not been answered yet. annie was close with #57 but not correct, and the last one is one of my favorite movie franchises. hopefully that does not give them away too much but probably does. here is this weeks.

person 1 -'Our guns are out, damage control is repairing them.'
person 2 -'Forget the guns, ramming speed.'

Susie - 23
Troy - 23
Eric - 8
Annie - 3
Todd - 1