MilesTones Saturday Night Special!

The last Saturday Night Special told of California Atheists who have shelled out thousands of dollars to put up billboard signs in ten locations in Sacramento with the message: "Are you good without God? Millions are." And that's NOT the end of that story. Each sign costs $6,450 a month. Multiply that by 10 and you have a good chunk of change. According to Bill Lindelof of the Sacramento Bee, this is part of a nationwide campaign that began last year and has spread to more than a dozen cities, including Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati and New York. Then, vandalism struck!

Well, there may be times when vandalism can be legally justified if it can result in saving a soul. At least that is how the Libs would argue the case if they were involved with the event.

Under cover of darkness, someone climbed up the sign in Sacramento and spray-painted TWO WORDS which amplified the real meaning of their message, which now reads: "Are you good without God?  Millions are..also lost."  A big AMEN to that. Right on!

Tidbits Dept: It was bound to happen. Tiger Woods found a new sex partner in the Sexual Addiction Rehab Clinic, according to National Enquirer and verified by others. Is this why China has declared their new year, Year Of The Tiger?

The YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association), a rooming facility and gym, have officially closed the door to sex offenders wanting to check in there. It's about time. Years ago the YMCA was known as, Young Men Carefully Assaulted.

An Italian TV Chef found HIMSELF in hotwater when he demonstrated how to make cat stew. Yes, CAT stew which he called a "delicacy."  A lot of hisses and growls over that one and his TV program has gone over the fence.

Obama has a dog named, Bo. At least, of the two, Bo has papers...Helen Trautman, CEO of Results Unlimited in Pittsburgh forwarded this to MilesTones: Question: If Nancy Pelosi and Obama were on a boat in the middle of the ocean and it started to sink, who would be saved? Answer: America!

 We can't top that one...it's time to take another walk. 

Rev. Austin Miles, a pastor-chaplain in Northern California gets a kick out of life.

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