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Matt Baucom
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Pardon the mess, this human is under construction.
Pardon the mess, this human is under construction.

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Sinead O'Connor almost killed herself.

I'm glad she didn't although some of you could care less and some of you weren't born when the original of this song was released. 

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I absolutely love this cover, these guys murdered it, performed CPR and killed it again!! GOOSEBUMPS

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It's time to sign up for the G+ Secret Santa! If you haven't already, head on over and sign up. Get your lists in order!! Yay! 

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Sorry for the late Birthday wish +Kurt Poulos

I was busy racing! I hope you had a kick ass day man.


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O.o

I should have lived in a different Era! 

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Oh the LULZ!! 

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Oh wow! Imagine coming across a small coffee shop and hearing this!!

+Elizabeth Eberhardt I love you

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Blind Faith

So Sunday was August 9th which would have been my now deceased brother's 41st birthday. It weighed on me, which isn't what this post is about.

As I showered and got ready for work I recalled having a conversation with one of my patients about "God". She was appalled at the idea that I don't/didn't see my surviving cancer as a "blessing". We discussed people dying way sooner then we think they should. Her son was recently killed after being ejected from his flipping car , not wearing a seat belt. She went on about how our days are numbered and how "God has a plan". Then told me that my brother suffered for 4 of the darkest months of my life before he mercifully died for "a reason". She said that all Christians knew this and that the Bible tells of such things. She said that we, as mere mortals, could not possibly know what "God" has in store for us.

Here's a few seemingly simple questions;

- If you as a Christian have blind Faith in "God", why then, do you cry when a loved one dies?

-Shouldn't we all JUMP up and down with joy at the announcement of a loved ones death? I mean, this IS a sign that your "God" is acting upon his plan, right?

-When I found out that I had cancer, why didn't anyone call and say, "Hey Matt, you got cancer and will likely die a miserable death. Isn't that AWESOME to know that this is all part of "God's" plan!?? "

I'm posting this Public because I'd love to hear anyone's responses.


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What? There's a word that loses all of its meaning if you say it enough. What what what what what. 
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