- df of ll: I mean….Jordan, not Syria. No wonder I made a D.
- df of ll: RE: Eye of the Needle When I was taking religion at Baylor, my professor said that passage in the Bible was...
- Mike Honcho: Great link to Ben Corey's post. thanks!
- Michael Willoughby: I'm guessing the beach scene at the 45 second mark was his contribution.
- Ben W.: Great first step, and certainly better than nothing.. But I have to agree with John – not only does it...
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I heard Elizabeth Vargas refer to Osama Bin Laden as OBL. That’s the first I heard of this. I wonder if this will catch on, of if I’m just behind on things.
Some of these scenes were never in the movie.
Turns out this guy was honored by the state of Indiana.Â Link
Obvious language warning, but these old time clips are great. Â A few notes: A young Cuba Gooding Jr is getting his hair cut. All the old men are played by Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall.
In 2008, the Tecmo Bowl series will return, but Tecmo won’t tell us how just yet. The company teased a new installment in the hard-hitting sports franchise at an event in Japan today, but they only showed a logo and … Continue reading
Walk Score helps people find walkable places to live. Walk Score calculates the walkability of an address by locating nearby stores, restaurants, schools, parks, etc. Link My Walk Score is 46 out of 100.
Dead Sea Scrolls The House of David Inscription Amulet Scroll Galilee Boat Baruch Bulla Ossuary of Caiphas Pontius Pilate Inscription Ekron Inscription Mount Ebal Altar Ugarit Details
Whether youâ€™re a believer trying to see what these crazy atheists are all about, or a non-believer looking for like minded people, relaxâ€¦take your timeâ€¦look around. Weâ€™re a friendly, accommodating group that likes to help people find what theyâ€™re looking … Continue reading
A deluge of torrential rains has lashed the Lone Star State for more than a monthâ€”making June one of the wettest ever recorded in Texas. The rains spurred Texas’ grassy plains to bloom dense vegetation, as seen in a photograph … Continue reading