I love seeing the creativity of God sprinkled through all creations. That why I love seeing these digitally altered photos. According to Laughing Squid: “Sachs Media¬†in partnership with¬†Phojoe, a photo manipulation company, have visually imagined what rock stars of yesteryear would look like today if they were still alive today.”
The things that this guy can do in his wheelchair are absolutely amazing. The human body is astounding.
I love videos like this. Again, I see the common grace of God everywhere.
Sarah Moretti is a young woman struggles with autism. Over the years she has collected everything Tom Hanks related. She finally had the chance to meet him backstage at a Broadway play. The way he treated her is evidence of the common grace of God sprinkled everywhere.
Every so often it’s good to laugh AT other people’s pain. Right? Right?
(Note: There are two brief uses of the word “shit” in this video, so you may not want to watch with little kids.)
George Lucas has made a LOT of mistakes with the Star Wars franchise. Choosing James Earl Jones was not one of them. Listen to what it would have sounded like with out Jones.
One of the funniest running gags in Seinfeld is Kramer constantly raiding Jerry’s fridge. Here is a compilation of EVERY time it happened. Enjoy.
With the release of the trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, the Peter Jackson / J.R.R. Tolkien saga is approaching its close (unless Jackson decides to split his final movie into another three movies). For your viewing pleasure, I’ve brought all the trailers together into one glorious place.
The Fellowship Of the Ring
The Two Towers
The Return of the King
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
How exactly does McDonald’s produce their McRib sandwich? Is it really ribs? Is there any pork involved? Is it safe? This video answers all your burning questions.
Jeff Bennett has created some fantastic versions of Thomas Kinkade paintings.†The Empire has invaded the quietness of Thomas Kinkade.