Bag of Randomness

  • On the way home from lunch we passed a group of people protesting on a street corner, but we had no idea what they were protesting.  I could only read two of their signs.  One was “John 3:16” and the other said “Dolphins is People”.  I have to admit, that after reading “Dolphins is People” I wanted to make a t-shirt of that slogan; and for you Ticket listeners, I made me think of Ron Washington.
  • A great perspective on just how far the miners were stuck underground – link
  • My gosh last night’s live edition of 30 Rock was pure greatness, especially with all the surprise appearances, and that Brett Favre joke was unexpected and hilarious.  Speaking of Brett Favre – that had to hurt.
  • Man, the first ten minutes of last night’s Daily Show was gold.
  • Christine O’Donnell was campaigning wearing her faith on her sleeve, now she says “What I believe is irrelevant.” That woman is certifiably insane.
  • Christmas is going to be here before you know it, and one Santa is already taking reservations for pictures.
  • I think election days should be moved and take place over an entire weekend.  And while I’m on the topic, can we please get rid of the Electoral College.
  • Some believers are more offended by the idea of everyone going to heaven than by the idea of everyone going to hell. – Rachel Held Evans
  • This spinning bullet on ice trick has to be a fake. I bet those guys were just trying to get on Mythbusters.  I would think upon impact the bullet would no longer be in its original form.
  • Another song from Brian Williams’ daughter – a remake of Tik Tok which is much better than the original.
  • These church ladies from the south, at least they sound like they are from the south, perform a churchy cheer.
  • Mom’s babies born on 8-8-08, 9-9-09, 10-10-10
  • One cute and create baby costume
  • Most offensive Obama billboard yet?
  • Zombie vs Japanese Kids – That little boy is brave, it’s a little long, but it’s darn funny and cute.
  • Grace
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