Bag of Randomness

  • The murders suicide in Coppell has gotten a bit more interesting as it appears the city attorney was investigating purchases made by the now deceased mayor.
  • It turns out some folks in Coppell were upset that the city flag, not the U.S. or Texas flag, was flown at half mast because they thought it showed a sign of respect for a murderer.  Personally, I interpreted the half masted city flag as a way for the city to display its grief over a tragic event.
  • Who would win in a fight between the Old Spice Guy and Dos Equis’ Most Interesting Man in the World?  Let me know your answer, and give me a reason why.
  • Shark Week on the Discovery Channel is coming up, as evident by their headquarters which was turned into a great white shark.
  • I don’t tweet as much as I use to, but one annoying factor I find with Twitter is when I post a URL and it’s more than the recommended length.  When this happens, I have to go to to create a tinier URL.  I wonder why Twitter just doesn’t do this automatically.
  • But then again, there’s probably some kind of app or program that already does this and I’m just not aware of it as I just post using Twitter’s website.
  • The Ford Fiesta song gets suck in my head easily.
  • Sitting in this class would be intimidating me thinks.
  • Have they no shame?!?!  Westboro Baptist Church to protest Comic-Con because of idol worship.  In case you aren’t aware, they are the same church that protests during the funerals of fallen soldiers thinking that God allows such things to happen because of gays, or something close like that.  Actually, I think I can’t wait to see how all the Comic-Con attendees react to their protests.
  • Congress debates biblical stance on immigration – I was once told you can pretty much use the Bible to dance any way you want to in support of a cause, and I believe there’s some truth to that, it’s all a matter of interpretation.
  • ABC News is reporting that Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston’s wedding may include camouflage.
  • I didn’t know our government was out to stop the freedom of finding one’s salvation.
  • Bear Grylls on Jesus
  • My friend Andy has some great thoughts about race and faith, and the ever annoying email forward.
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