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You Are a Question Mark

You seek knowledge and insight in every form possible. You love learning.

And while you know a lot, you don't act like a know it all. You're open to learning you're wrong.

You ask a lot of questions, collect a lot of data, and always dig deep to find out more.

You're naturally curious and inquisitive. You jump to ask a question when the opportunity arises.

Your friends see you as interesting, insightful, and thought provoking.

(But they're not always up for the intense inquisitions that you love!)

You excel in: Higher education

You get along best with: The Comma

so you say you want to

build your house on top of an old bomb?!?!?
and has dragged on forever.    And call me a Bible geek, but I just thought it was cool when I was reading this article that it talks about the city of Nineveh.   You know, the one that God sent Jonah to preach "REPENT!" too a few thousand years ago?    Only he didn't want to go and end up swallowed by a fish?  Ancient Biblical history meets modern history -- that's just neat.   I mean most cities from those days have since changed their names.  I wonder if this is actually the same one.    Ty?   Michael?   You guys know?

Top California court rules gays may marry

For all of us Californians.   Here's a piece of noteworthy news from yesterday:
Here is a big
shout out to ty5552!

All the best, Ty! 

Amending the Constitution

Two months without a single post and here I am linking to a post by Greg Boyd again. This time he's talking about a quote by presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.

"Even worse -- much worse -- when Huckabee and other well-intentioned Christians talk this way, they earn the right to be despised by non-Christians, and thus to have the Gospel they claim to represent despised as well. The beauty of God's self-sacrificial love is once again smothered in the ugliness of politics."

Read the whole post here.

Washing Osama's feet

Greg Boyd has a really interesting article about a poster of Jesus washing Osama Bin Laden's feet. Check it out: http://gregboyd.blogspot.com/2007/11/washing-osamas-feet.html


This site is pretty cool. It lets you search for and play music on demand. http://songza.com

Snap Shots are coming your way!

Hello gentle readers.

If you haven't done so already you should enable Snap Shots on your blog! This is a service provided by my company, Snap.com and is newly available on LiveJournal. To turn it on, go to Journal -> Settings. Under Viewing Options there is a checkbox for "Graphic previews." Click that and you are good to go. Now links external to LJ will have Snap Shots enabled.

In many cases Snap Shots are simple graphical previews of the link destination. Others are much more rich in content. For example:

- Wikipedia articles
- Images from a photo album or photo stream
- Videos from popular video sharing sites
- An mp3 file

dance anyone?

Monday night I went to see the Georgian State Dance Company with ty5552. Here's a short video that I took with my cell phone. The quality isn't too great, but oh well.

They are definitely worth seeing live if you get the chance!