Monthly Archives: July 2015

I would walk 500 miles, And I would walk 500 more

I thought of that song (which many incorrectly think is titled “I Would Walk 500 Miles”), but these folks did much more than that total. A family, to honor their deceased daughter, walked 4,000 miles from Disneyland to Disney World. … Continue reading

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Heritage, not hate?

Confederate flags placed around King Center, Ebenezer Baptist Church Several Confederate flags were found around the King Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church Thursday morning. According to Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. Raphael Warnock, Atlanta police and the National Parks Association have … Continue reading

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Bag of Randomness

While I wait for delivery for my new lawn mower battery, I thought it would be a good time to sharpen the blade.  To my surprise, I found a local place that will do it for just eight bucks, which … Continue reading

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A local pastor is brave enough to love his Muslim neighbors

Pastor Bob Roberts is a committed evangelical Christian, a barbeque-loving Texan, and head of a large conservative congregation just outside Dallas with an essential mission to plant new churches around the world. So he’s the first to say that it’s … Continue reading

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KFC’s has a new bucket that will print Polaroid type photos from your smartphone

Per Eater, it’s only available in Canada.

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I found a typo on Amazon


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Bag of Randomness for Wednesday, July 29, 2015

I’ve been behind the curve when it comes to mobile phone technology, so this may be commonplace for many of you, but when I was driving to pick up DaughterGeeding at a friend’s house my phone alerted me to a … Continue reading

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Bag of Randomness for Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Three years and three months ago I bought a battery-powered mower and have loved using it.  Last week the battery died as it won’t fully charge, and it will cost $129 to place it, which I don’t think is bad. … Continue reading

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