Jan. 25, 2023
•This is Dana Neal, calling from … Shiloh Road SE in Corydon, and my service dog, somebody has got him or took him. He got off of his leash. He is missing, and he is my companion dog. If anyone has seen him, got him or has him, he slipped out of his collar. I know they all know who he is, but I want him back. If they would give me a call, I wouldn’t ask any questions like that, but (a) neighbor … shot my collie dog about 10 years ago for getting loose. I don’t want him to hurt this dog; he is a very special dog. He’s not mean. He’s a red-nose pit bull. Please return him to me if you find him. I just want him to be OK. My number is 812-596-1476.
•Somebody called wanted to know how their sexual preference could harm me? Those people who do homosexual stuff will be cut off from their people, they will be cut off. You know all you have to do is to pick the Bible up and read it. There are so many different places there, once after another, that tells you how wrong homosexuality is and what will happen to them if they don’t come out from among it.
•This is for the person who called in to say that Paul preached the revelation of Jesus. Then you must also believe that Paul said in 1 Corinthians, chapter 14, verses 34 and 35: That all women must remain silent in church, where it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in church. I say that’s Paul’s opinion, not a revelation from Jesus.
•I went to Brandenburg to get my haircut. As I waited for my haircut, I met a young man that had been in the Marine Corps and, me being a Navy veteran, we struck up a real good conversation. After that, I decided to go on over to the grocery in Corydon, and I met a lady in the meat department who gave instructions on how to make the best pork roast. Then, I met a man up front when I was checking out, who shared with me the death of his wife a couple weeks ago. Then, I went to Arby’s to have lunch and met a young man who was a salesman for agriculture products, and we had a really good discussion about his product and about his family and how they’re getting through the best they can, and it sounded like he was doing a really good job raising his young family. The moral of all of this is that there are such good people out there, and all you have to do is strike up a conversation and talk to them, and it makes my day. It made my week. Three weeks later, I am still thinking about these people. So, let’s try to do that as we move through.
•I would like to find my keys; they are on a key fob, a Kia key fob. There are other keys on there, and I have lost them. They’ve been gone for about a week. If anybody has my keys, please call me at 502-528-4617.