The Ole Seagull

Chances are that Branson shows are helped by Branson Landing and none will fail because of it

Posted in General by The Ole Seagull on the April 25th, 2010

The Ole Seagull has seen Branson shows fail because they did not have a product that met the expectations of our guests, let the quality of their show deteriorate, did not have the financing to either market or keep the show going until it grew to maturity within the Branson market, poor management decisions and, marketing funds or not, simply had an inadequate marketing program. He has never seen a show fail because of Branson Landing or the “free shows” it offers. (more…)

Crabb could serve as poster child for “retention vote” Constitutional Amendment

Posted in General by The Ole Seagull on the April 18th, 2010

Federal Judge Barbara B. Crabb could serve as the “Poster Child” for a constitutional amendment requiring all federal judges, including the U.S. supreme court justices, to go through a retention election every four years. (more…)

I don’t recognize my country anymore either!

Posted in General,Government,Opinion by The Ole Seagull on the April 11th, 2010

“I don’t recognize my country anymore,” said a lady who had called in to Springfield, Missouri’s KWTO “Morning Line Show (AM 560)” recently. That thought immediately registered with the Ole Seagull because he has felt that way for many years.

Let him list just some of his reasons why: (more…)

But that’s not all there was, He has risen!

Posted in General by The Ole Seagull on the April 4th, 2010

To Christians, Christmas is both a commemoration and celebration of the fact that “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son so that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.” If however, that first Christmas was all there was, there would be little reason for anyone to believe in Jesus and the promise of eternal life would be lost to all. But that’s not all there was. (more…)