They Saved $200, But What Did It Cost Them?

Neal Pollard I respectfully wade into Kentucky's most hallowed sport (basketball) because of information passed along by some diehard Wildcat fans in the eastern part of the state. A brother shared with me that Pat Summitt almost became the university's women's basketball coach, but they refused to pay her moving expenses--calculated at about $200. Turns … Continue reading They Saved $200, But What Did It Cost Them?

What We Know About Recently Uncovered Ancient Viking Treasure

Neal Pollard BBC reports that Historic Environment Scotland, Treasure Trove Unit, and the Queen’s and Lord Treasurer’s Remembrance’s conservation team have discovered an ancient Viking pot full of treasure, including six silver Anglo-Saxon disc brooches, a silver brooch from Ireland, Byzantine silk, a gold ingot, and gold and crystal objects wrapped in cloth bundles (read … Continue reading What We Know About Recently Uncovered Ancient Viking Treasure

Deadly and Dangerous

Neal Pollard The book of Proverbs is divided into 31 chapters and 915 verses. So, nearly 1,000, divinely-authored truisms are packed into this one book penned by Solomon and others. In Proverbs 13, the writer begins by talking about what a wise son does, then describes a prudent man, a lazy man, a righteous man, … Continue reading Deadly and Dangerous