Archive for January, 2007

Bill Gates & John Stewart

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007

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This is funny too…

Saturday, January 27th, 2007


Saturday, January 27th, 2007


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Making the switch…

Friday, January 26th, 2007

Seems like everyone I talk to is at least considering making the switch. Find out why others might be interested in moving from a PC to a Mac by clicking here.

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Weighing in…

Thursday, January 25th, 2007

In an arena where everyone thinks they know what they are talking about and very few actually do…

I like Norv Turner for your Head Coach and Jason Garrett for your Offensive Coordinator.

There is my attempt at 2 cents…

My guess is.. it’s more like a fraction of a penny…

Please Jerry… give Norv a second chance…

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Worth watching

Thursday, January 25th, 2007

Kyle is amazing…

Wednesday, January 24th, 2007


Kyle put together this logo for the gathering event that I posted about here. More info. coming soon.

This is unfortunate…

Wednesday, January 24th, 2007

New Orleans is still a mess and the pace of recovery across the Gulf Coast from Hurricane Katrina’s strike remains achingly slow after 17 months. But none of this captured President Bush’s attention on the year’s biggest night for showcasing policy priorities.

In the president’s State of the Union speech last year, delivered just five months after the disaster, the devastation merited only 156 words out of more than 5,400.

On Tuesday night, the president spoke for almost exactly as long before a joint session of Congress. But Katrina received not a single mention.

*From the AP report by Jennifer Loven

Could I do it?

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2007

223845774 Bec18F3D04 BLast year I spent some time working with a Natural Health coach in an attempt to introduce some more healthy eating practices into my life. The results were somewhat mixed. I am still struggling through having some pretty unhealthy eating habits in my life, but I, at the very least, have a better understanding of what I should be doing even if some weeks I still seem to struggle to put those into practice.

So, as we approach the season of lent, I’m considering doing something a bit more radical than I have done in the past to mark this season. I’m wondering if I could go 40 days without meat? I don’t know. Given that one of my motto’s in college was “I’ll eat it if it’s dead, red and bleeding,” I know this would be a difficult task. So what do you think?

Could I make it 40 days as a vegetarian?

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The next generation…

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2007

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Sorry for being so Mac-intensive recently, but I thought this picture was too good.