User Profile: ThereIsNoOtherStream


Member Since: December 03, 2012


  • [12] July 3, 2014 at 7:04am

    I agree! Somewhere along the way art went back into a dark age. In college as an art major I quickly learned there are a LOT of people who want to be artists… only problem is they have no talent! So they do “modern” art, abstract, non-representational, or like this; the absurd.

  • July 3, 2014 at 7:00am

    Having been a full time self employed never gotten a cent except for what I earned artist for over 30 years… This is NOT art.

  • June 5, 2014 at 10:12pm

    I don’t know about Erythritol, but Xylitol; another sugar alcohol is highly toxic to dogs and cats. Their bodies react to it as if it is sugar causing insulin production. The insulin then causes a fatal low blood sugar. Maybe a similar metabolic reaction is happening in the flies…?

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  • May 29, 2014 at 1:48pm

    A really embarrassing typo yes, but news and what I want to see on the Blaze? NO!!!!!!!!!

  • [3] May 9, 2014 at 8:50am

    Sadly yes…. just look at what happened to Brannon in NC. It will take a crisis to wake people up into thinking about who they are voting for, instead of just who’s name is at the top of the ballot or who’s roadside signs they saw the most…. but then it will be too late.

  • May 8, 2014 at 4:57pm

    The Left has it all planned. They fielded Obama for president, someone with the worst credentials of any candidate in history, but were certain of him being elected because America would vote to elect the first black president for no other reason except he is black. Now they will do the same with Clinton, and I fear this shrew will actually be elected by America, whilst patting each other on the back for electing the first woman president. The majority of people in this country are that apathetic, naive and stupid.

  • April 17, 2014 at 11:07am

    Define loophole! As a business owner, my so called “loopholes” are almost all investments in my company: purchases of equipment so as to grow my company. Why is this considered a bad thing???

  • April 15, 2014 at 4:07pm

    Having followed Jeff’s career for years, and knowing his sense of humor, I would be willing to bet he enjoyed this more than anybody else! Pranks are as much a part of baseball as bad trades…

  • April 15, 2014 at 4:04pm

    I’ve followed Francouer’s career since his first game with the Braves (hit a home run). A Christian who wears his heart on his sleeve, married his childhood sweetheart…he is simply a great guy. I’ve never forgiven the Braves management for sending him down to triple A when he got into a slump. And when they traded him to the Mets… well, I became a Mets fan, and then a Rangers fan… but, that’s baseball… I sincerely wish him well.

  • March 21, 2014 at 2:04pm

    Sirhan (interesting name considering it’s implication)… we could do this all day too. Satan is very good at quoting scripture. It’s easy to take translated scripture out of context and not get the real meaning of the original text. But for example this time, I will point out that “hate” in this context does not mean the kind of hate you’re implying, rather that we must put God first above all. We must love God more than we love ourselves, family or friends. And your other quote is when Yeshua was teaching in a parable as to what a king said; not that Yeshua said to bring people and kill them before Him…
    Like I said, we could do this all day…When you take the Word of God as a whole, study the original text or as many translations as possible to get the true meaning of the original text….it’s very clear; Yeshua teaches Love.

  • March 21, 2014 at 1:38pm

    I guess we could go on and on like this… sad. Your only argument is, well… laughable, if you actually knew me. I will only finally say; Yeshua/Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life and is my Lord and Savior. I marvel at the unfolding of His prophesy on almost a daily basis.
    Every knee will one day bow to Yeshua.
    No one comes to the Father/ Yahweh but through Yeshua/Jesus.

  • March 21, 2014 at 1:13pm

    Wish I could show you the verifiable miracles I have been witness to… and as to not hearing from God… there is a joke I’d like to share:
    There was a man who lived beside a river. A day came when the river began to flood. A policeman came and said to the man, “Sir, I’m here to evacuate you!”, to which the man replied; “I don’t need your help. I am a Christian. I pray. God will save me”.
    The flood rose higher and was at his door. A man in a boat came. “Sir, it’s ok, you can get in the boat and we’ll take you to safety!”… but the man said; “Go rescue somebody else, God will save me!”
    Finally the flood rose so high the man was on his roof. A helicopter came, but the man refused to get into the basket that was lowered. “I pray to God! He will rescue me!”
    And the man drowned.
    He found himself standing before God in Heaven… The Lord looked at him and said: “What are you doing here?! I sent you a policeman, a man in a boat and a helicopter!”

  • March 21, 2014 at 1:01pm

    Actually Lucretius, you are right; I do know there is something to Islam. I have studied God’s Word, and I have read the qua-ran. God’s Word teaches about the end times, the rise of Evil, false prophets and the coming Anti-Christ. It describes him in detail. Yahweh’s Messiah returns when all the world has heard of His message of Love. Islam’s “messiah” returns when all the world is bathed in blood. It is really a fascinating study.

  • March 21, 2014 at 12:44pm

    Watch the films “The Bethlehem Star” & “The Privileged Planet”, read the book “The Signature of God”. And then, if you come to the conclusion that there is at least the possibility that God exists; honestly ask Him to show you… and He will.

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  • March 21, 2014 at 12:29pm

    I for one will not go see Noah until reviews come out and it is made known whether it deviates critically from scripture. If it does, the thing should be one of the biggest flops in history. Believing Christians will not go see it, and why would an unbeliever?

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  • March 21, 2014 at 12:25pm

    Yeshua teaches love. Allah taught hate. I choose love. I find it very amusing when non-believers fault Christians for actually believing that what they believe is really real. There is no other way to God but through Yeshua His Son. He said; “You will know them by their fruit.” Look at the world today and see the fruit of Islam.

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  • March 19, 2014 at 10:55am

    I am really getting tired of the Blaze stories that are the type you see in the National Inquirer. I subscribe to the Blaze to find out info I can’t get anywhere else that effects my life, my future and how to prepare for it. This type story while I’m sure many would find interesting, is not why I am here.

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  • March 14, 2014 at 11:07am

    All the criticism of Gates political views aside, what he’s saying is basically true from my own experience. My brother just retired from a large manufacturing company that you would certainly recognize the name. The entire production line was robotic. His job was maintaining the computers that controlled those bots. However, the bigger problem is also illustrated by this company; they have just announced a major part of their American operations will be moving overseas… There is the biggest problem facing American’s blue collar worker; blue collar, what used to be the backbone of this country.

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  • March 8, 2014 at 3:23pm

    “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”; Mahatma Gandhi
    By that measure, this nation is one of the worst. 4 hens live out their short life crammed together in an 18″x18″x18″ cage. They cannot stretch their wings or take more than one step in any direction. Big Ag works hard to turn animals into machines. Even worse are the gestational crates of the hog industry. Highly intelligent animals are kept in crates so small thy literally cannot move and they go insane. And people who dare to challenge Big Ag? Do a search for “Michigan DNR hog slaughter”…

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  • February 23, 2014 at 10:45am

    Real simple, if this movie is true to the Bible, it will be a major blockbuster as Christians will wait in line to see it and repeatedly as we did with The Passion or the allegorical Narnia. If it is not true to the Bible or deviates in major ways… I won’t even rent it on 99 cent day. I would bet on a major flop. In the mean time, I can’t wait to see “Heaven is For Real” and “God’s Not Dead”.

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