Omegaman 3.0

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    Sailing on dry land, photography, artistic painting. decorative concrete, craftmanship in all things, things with motors, working with my hands, Worthy Ministries, the church I attend, my friends and family, the church universal, Bible study, fossils. marine aquariums, computers, building websites, politics a little, but especially my Lord and Savior, Jesus the Christ, Creator of the universe. These are a few of my favorite things.

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  1. I should maybe remind us, that this area of the forum, is for: "The purpose of the Seeker's Forum is strictly for the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. " - from the first line of the first thread in it however, while I am here, that song was "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida", not Inna Gotta Divita, if you are trying to look it up!
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  4. I think that last line sums it up perfectly. God is quite able to to build His Universe His way. If He wanted a valt Earth, He could have built one. If He wanted an expansive would, He would do that. Which ever one there is, is what He built. I happen to think He built it expansively, that is what I believe the the evidence shows. On the question of why the building do not look to be leaning out, that in a distance, that is just how perspective is by nature. Consider the following two illustrations: (to be continued)
  5. Snow, I also liked the on of the Hibiscus, with the trees in the background. The perspective is different than most, that creative eye, moves it out of the ordinary.
  6. Oh, I like these, especially where there is wilting going on. They add a lot of texture and grit to what could otherwise be just another picture of some pretty flower. People like the beauty, the glory of flowers. A pretty flower though, does remind me that "But if God so clothes the grass of the field, which is alive today and tomorrow is thrown into the furnace, will He not much more clothe you? You of little faith!"
  7. It is from a screen capture in one of my animated videos, except that I edited out the broccoli and installed an omega. The basic character, was from the software that was used to create the video. I figured it was okay to use the image, since I had permisson to publish the video, I don't see how a single frame would be a problem not to mention that they went out of business and did not issue a partial refund the "credits" that I payed for, to use the characters. I still had more videos left to make! The original character, as I recall, was called the Broccolizer!
  8. I can't remember the last time I saw any of the green mold! Oh wait, it was the night before last night, the cheese I was going to put on my burgers has a lot of it. No big deal 80% of the cheese was not green, so I just ate that part. Bread, especially fresh baked bagels (lack or preservatives I guess) also falls prey to this phenom. If there are little spots, I will pick them out, but sometimes it has invaded to far. I have noticed though, that sour dough bread can last a real long time in a refrigerator, so that is nice. However, I had a package of sour dough English muffins, that I forgot in the car trunk, and left them there for maybe three months, before I rediscovered them. Unbelievably, not only were they not moldy, they were not dried out either. I find it scarier, that that bread was that well preserved, that I am by any mold. What do they put in that to make it keep, formaldehyde or something? Regarding the article in the OP, I read the author pronouncing their opinion about mold, but I do not recall them saying there was anything wrong with it. Calling something gross, does not make it bad. I think olives are exceedingly gross, and I am dis-inclined to eat things that have to be prepared in lye! By the way, that green fuzz is not penicillin, penicillin is the name of the antibiotic, the mold name is penicillium, as every high school biology student was probably taught. Of course, the two are related, and that is the main reason that I cut away the mold, I have a possible allergy to penicillin.
  9. Actually, if a viewer's settings are such, that they see the signatures of other posters, there should be (at least at the time when I am writing this) a link at the bottom of my posts that says, Omegaman's Viral Videos. OH, what the heck, I can just provide it here I guess: Omegaman 3.0 viral videos Those are not the only videos I have done, just the animated ones. One could also go to YouTube and type omegamaninthedesert, and find my channel, I think. If you do that, and see the one called Omegaman's Lair, you do not need to point out, that "shoot" should have been spelled "chute" This is the end of the Omegaman self promotion commercial. As for any alleged humor, much of that which was attempted, works better if you also know our former worthy denizen "Andy" (Candice) and the relationship she and I enjoyed here for a season. I lot of it was based on real discussions we had. Sometime all one needs for a laugh, is to slightly exaggerate reality.
  10. Well, there are about six pages or maybe more, that have been hidden as they were either posts that previously had photos, or they were comment about photos that we no longer there. I did not see much point in posts that looked like this: "Nice Picture" Here is a link to the first post with a pic in it (I think)
  11. Thank you, but I should probably apologize for my wordiness. I am not as bad (I do not think so anyway) when I talk as when I type. I often (perhaps usually) start with a sentence, with no plan for the second sentence, but before one sentence is finished, the next has popped into my mine. On it goes in free flow fashion until my brain hesitates. If I have to think of something to say next, then I must be finished.
  12. Well, he cannot help it, he is just a chimpanzebra!
  13. Yeah, I do not disagree, there is wisdom in it. I would want to keep things more public, just to avoid complications from accusations, if nothing else, having nothing to do with my self-assessment of tempatation.
  14. I disagree, very strongly in fact. Sure there are things like: Therefore let him who thinks he stands take heed that he does not fall. 1 Cor 10:12 and there is the one that people misquote as "pride goeth before a fall", however, there is also this promise, just after 1 Cor 10:12 (1 Cor 10:13): No temptation has overtaken you but such as is common to man; and God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will provide the way of escape also, so that you will be able to endure it. Not everyone is deceiving themselves. So people are able to do what God says, they will endure the temptation and take the escape God provides. Apart from that, not everyone is tempted equally, neither in the power of temptation, nor their vulnerabilties. At this time in my life, I think I am more tempted by chocolate chip cookies, and I can resist them. Of course, that is easy to say, because I have not been called to resist chocolate chip cookies all the time.
  15. Oh, lol, I see I posted my appearance of evil speech, in the wrong thread!