A renowned speaker is visiting and will be giving a talk about a subject on almost everyone's mind now days. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the:story:
Honestly, if only everyone else in the world thought like me, everything would be great. So far, however, I've had trouble getting everyone to see how sensible that is.
Chuck Graves is one of those who don't think that is the best approach to solving the world's problems, and so he's helped bring a speaker, Dr. Paul Flesher, from UW to visit and give a couple talks on Islam. After a stint at the Rotary club, he is doing another talk tonight, where everyone is invited. So why does Chuck think Dr. Flesher knows more about this topic, than, well, me?
And he will be speaking about Islam at the Unitarian Church in Sheridan, tonight at 7. That's right, a speaker on Islam at a Christian Church...Chuck says that's because they tend to think learning about other ideas and religions is important and valuable on many levels...personally, I still think everyone should just think exactly like me and we would all be better off...but it still doesn't seem Chuck agrees
Everybody, and that's everybody is invited...
And, there is a rumor that this is a potluck event...so does that mean I need to hit the kitchen?
Hmmmm....I wonder if Chuck has heard about me being "culinarily challenged"? Seems its time for this reporter to go hit the market.