Daily Archives: 12 January 12, 2009

SNL Digital Short – Orchestral Doogie Howser

I have a feeling this won’t be up for long, so watch it while you can. The ending is priceless, but you may not be able to see it since the quality of the video isn’t very sharp.

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Church removes ‘scary crucifix’

A large sculpture of Christ on the cross has been removed from outside a church in West Sussex after its vicar said it was “scaring young children”. The Reverend Ewen Souter said the 10ft crucifix was “a horrifying depiction of … Continue reading

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Gideons mark 100 years of giving out the Bible

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) — Long before cable television, spa treatments and eco-friendly soaps and shampoos became staples in hotel rooms, there was the Bible — the Gideon Bible. And the book with the familiar two-handled pitcher and torch on its … Continue reading

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Potential Hot Dog Income

The average income for a hot dog vendor, working year round is about $100,000/ear. The maximum income for you, is essentially unlimited A hot dog with bun and toppings costs an average of 50 cents An average vendor resells a … Continue reading

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I don’t plan on ever walking on this bridge

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Dancing Moustache

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Southern Fried Pizza

I hate left over pizza. Reheating in the oven takes too long and microwaving it just makes the crust hard. Knowing this I decided to try something a little different. Being southern born and raised I instantly thought of deep … Continue reading

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Determined Eagle

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Bag of Randomness

As many of you know, I label myself as a recovering Baptist and have studied church history, denominational differences, and the Protestant Reformation for the last several years.  To further my studies I have visited several Mainline Protestant churches as … Continue reading

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