Monthly Archives: December 2008

Cigar

I have a quote of the day link on my google page.  Some day's quotes cause me to stop and ponder while others are less meaningful.  I loved this one and deemed it blogworthy: Love is an exploding cigar we … Continue reading

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Gone Broadway

Jinny turned Maggie Lee’s room into a Broadway-like theater, with curtains, lights and the works. The first production was “Night On Broadway.” jack “Hobo” Henson played harmonica loud and proud.

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Grisham and Ash Flood

I’m reading Grisham’s The Appeal right now while also reading headlines like the one below.  I realize that toxic dumping still happens, but really thought the kind mentioned in the fictional work was more like what happened years ago, like … Continue reading

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Who Do Men Say That I Am? – The Atlantic (December 1986)

This time of year there are always news articles about the identity of Jesus.  I tend not to read most of them, as they are predictable and the pictures or lead lines are more interesting than the content.  The one here … Continue reading

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Last Texas Stadium Game

Finally in.

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Rick Warren Issue

As I’m hearing and reading news reports about the outrage over Obama’s choice of Warren, I’m wondering why no one is talking about whether or not having a prayer at the inauguration is a church-state issue.  This kind of messiness … Continue reading

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Current 3 Favorite Phone Apps

1. Easy Task Manager (Getting Things Done inspired). Smoothest GTD system 2. Google Earth. I love looking at peoples houses from space. 3. Urban Spoon. Incredible tool, even in city of 300,000.

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