Monthly Archives: June 2010

Muslim-turned-Baptist out as Liberty University dean

LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) — A Baptist minister who toured the country to talk about his conversion from Islam to Christianity is no longer the dean of Liberty University’s theological seminary following allegations he fabricated or embellished facts about his past, … Continue reading

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Accident Sketch

You’ve been involved in an accident. You have many questions to answer and forms to fill in — from the police, insurance companies, and perhaps even lawyers and courts. And almost every one of those forms requires you to draw … Continue reading

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Bag of Randomness

I bet a lot of you think that I’ve cut down on posting because of the newborn, but truth be told, I’m just not finding much ‘quality’ material. The rain sure has made the temperature tolerable, enough so that WifeGeeding, … Continue reading

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KFC Chicken Bone Art

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British McNuggets Healthier Than U.S. McNuggets

All McDonald’s nuggets are not created equal. U.S. McNuggets not only contain more calories and fat than their British counterparts, but also chemicals not found across the Atlantic. American McNuggets (190 calories, 12 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated … Continue reading

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Forbes ranking of the richest and most powerful actors, actresses and musicans 2010

Full List I’m a little surprised that Tiger is in the top five and that U2 actually made the top seven.

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Bag of Randomness

Sometime after dinner yesterday I tried to play the role of a good husband/father and feed BabyGeeding, and I did so reclined in my recliner with her at my hip, which is usually reserved for DogGeeding.  After her feeding, the … Continue reading

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Linkbait Generator

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Muse and The Edge, Where the Streets Have No Name, Glastonbury 2010

When I attended the U2 concert in Arlington last year, Muse opened for the band. U2 was suppose to perform at the Glastonbury Festival , but Bono is still recovering, so Muse decided to sing one of U2’s classics since … Continue reading

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Little Evidence Jesus Died on a Cross, Says Scholar

The crucifix is the defining symbol of Christianity, a constant reminder to the faithful of the sacrifice and suffering endured by Jesus Christ for humanity. But an extensive study of ancient texts by a Swedish pastor and academic has revealed … Continue reading

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If Your Toy AT-AT Was A Pat

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Pioneering surgery puts cat back on his feet


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