Yup, I attended my first Rangers game in about three years and didn’t have anytime to blog. Blame my friend Jimi for the free tickets.
When I first started blogging I remember one of my friend’s girlfriends tell me that she stopped blogging because she wanted to do something more edifying with her life. I thought of her as one of those get-in-your-face-evangelicals, and she knew I was really fond of this new ‘hobby’ and I felt like she was trying to guilt trip me into doing something I enjoyed. Personally, I’m glad I never stopped blogging because some real blessings have come my way as a result of it. One of which came yesterday as one of my readers, a friend, wrote a heart-warming post about me. Too bad there’s not a better picture of us two because I look like crap.
But for every great guy like Jonathan, I’ll run into the occasional reader who thinks I’m just a hypocritical Christian with screwed up liberal theological and political views. I’m all about learning about opposing views and perspective, just not into the judgementalism.
Whatever illness I have, I just can’t shake it. As Dennis Hopper said in Water World, it’s like a turd that just won’t flush.
Honda has absolutely run the ‘Mr Opportunity’ commercial into the ground.
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A blog about a mixed-raced family discovers their kid’s school segregates class elections: Just found out that that my children’s school divides the class president, vice pres, homecoming king and queen by race!!! Link
A very long, but interesting article on The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. If there are any comments left about this topic, I have a feeling they will come without reading the article.
Alaska leads the nation in highest average credit card debit ($7,148) followed by Tennessee ($5,654) and Hawaii ($5,594). TransUnion