Close to eight o’clock last night UPS delivered a surprise package from Google. For being one of the first to partake of their Project Fi wireless service, they sent a Christmas present which was a Lego kit to make my own phone charging stand.
I have no idea how it happened, but I got on Fellowship Church Pastor Ed Young’s email list. In my Inbox yesterday was a message from him saying you can now stream his content on Netflix.
The last story on the ‘CBS Evening News’ last night tugged on my heartstrings. I thought it was just going to be another one of those mushy “pay it forward” stories, but this one was a little different. A mother with two young children was at a grocery store and rang up a bill of $200 when her card was declined. She was planning on going home to get another card, but a young man behind her paid the bill, wouldn’t take “no” for an answer, and just asked that she pay it forward. A few days later she was able to track him down at the gym where he worked and talked to his boss saying, “I just wanted the manager to know what kind of a beautiful person they get to work with.” It was then that the manager informed her that he died in a car accident.
I’d like to express my thanks to all of you that took some time to provide me with some smoking tips, they are all appreciated.
Congress loves Hitler – Since 1996, the earliest date Capitol Words’s database goes back to, House representatives and senators have said the word “Hitler” 1,771 times—an average of 7.7 times a month.
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Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Dr. Everett Piper: ‘This is Not a Daycare. It’s a University!’ – “A liberal arts academy is about learning. It’s not supposed to be a place to suppress controversial ideas,” Piper said. My point was to challenge my own industry — to look my academic peers in the eye and say: ‘We’ve caused this.'” Piper, who has been the president of Oklahoma Wesleyan since 2002, said in his post that if students “want to be enabled rather than confronted, there are many universities across the land (in Missouri and elsewhere) that will give you exactly what you want, but Oklahoma Wesleyan isn’t one of them.”