“Love is a gross exaggeration of the difference between one person and everybody else.” – George Bernard Shaw
Adam, Eve, and God recreated the original sin
We all know the story of how Eve brought the apple to Adam, how he ate from the apple, and how God then threw both their asses out of the garden.
We all know this story because we read about it…but…how would you feel if you found out there was a hidden camera in the garden that filmed the entire transaction? We have that footage and, as it turns out, the entire scenario was much funnier than the Bible version.
In this video, we have an opportunity to see just how funny all three were when it came to the introduction of the apple and how Eve handled the situation. With so many versions of the story, why not have one that displays a sense of humor?
So, sit back and prepare to laugh so hard it hurts! But be warned…the language is very ungodly.
The harsh reality of some poor communities is that depending on the location, the area may transition into a beautiful area filled with dog-walking liberals who are completely oblivious to the history of the area or the people who live there. Money takes over the entire community-leaving the original residents to flee as the result of an inability to afford the homes that were once their own.
This is the harsh reality of gentrification, and it’s happening in D.C. between a historically black college that survived over 152 years and the new residents who want to use the college as a doggie park.
Change is never easy, but it’s necessary. Communities change, as well as the people who live in them. This is wonderful; however, change can be detrimental if it is accompanied with disrespect and apathy. The students at Howard University are fuming over the residents who have decided that the campus is better utilized as a place for them to allow their dogs to roam free and play. One resident even stated on the news that the school should simply move to another community if it is unhappy with their desire to allow their dogs to play on the campus.
It isn’t going to be an easy solution obviously because you have two different viewpoints and two different needs. So, what do you think? Hear both sides in this video and tell us where you stand.
The at-home DNA test craze is putting us all at risk
Investigators have begun solving violent crimes through a new kind of DNA search – one that relies on DNA data from popular at-home DNA tests like 23andMe and AncestryDNA. But, as consumer DNA databases grow, a disturbing reality emerges: you could be identified via your DNA even if you’ve never taken a DNA test yourself.
In this video, we explore how that’s possible.