Loading posts...
  • The Quiet Faith of Hank Hill

    “King of the Hill”, which ran from 1997 through 2010, is remembered for a number of things: propane and propane accessories; the fictional but somehow seemingly real Texas city of Arlen; just how “not right” Hank felt his son Bobby was; Peggy’s feet, Cotton’s shins, and Hank’s behind; and how refreshing a cool Alamo was, preferably sipped while standing in the back alley with a group friends and saying “yup” or “I’ll tell you what” as a sign of mutual satisfaction with life.
    One thing that has long stood out to me, however, is Hank’s inherent and strong Christian faith.

  • Some Sunday Stuff: December 8th.

    Hola! I’ve been playing Christmas music all week… but haven’t pulled our Christmas tree out the closet yet. I did put the wreath on the door and some garland and lights up…

  • festivus

    Festivus 2018

      It’s Festivus, and if you don’t know what it is, or need a refresher, watch this:     When I mentioned that I haven’t done any public airing of grievances in…

  • einstein 1544106382

    Some Sunday Stuff: December 9th.

    Albert Einstein (via Bored Panda)   It’s been a while since I posted a “Some… Stuff”. My bad. Allow me to rectify that today with some links that I find interesting, and…