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August 2005 leftovers

Just wanted to let y’all know that if you looked at my page and thought it was lame the last time I mentioned it, I have now done more with it and have relevant tags. (I thought what I… Continue Reading →

Present day music

Music is such a big part of my life, it has been since high school and probably before that. It’s been fun lately to reminisce think back on music from the 80′s. What a great time that was. It has… Continue Reading →

Dear Mr/Ms Spammer,

Dear Mr/Ms Contact Form Spammer, Please stop spamming my contact form for the following reasons. No one sees it but me. I’m not clicking I’m not buying anything from you or anyone you recommend You are wasting my time and… Continue Reading →

Process Improvement Awareness Week

I don’t think I have the status or the persuasion to declare what we should observe this week, but hey, it’s a catchy title, isn’t it? I don’t know if I’m unique in this, but I see situations all the… Continue Reading →

Indigenous Missionary

Anthony Coppedge has a great post today titled “Does the Church Need AVL Technology?” Years ago, while I was on staff at my second church, I met a foreign missionary couple who worked in South America and then South Africa…. Continue Reading →


I came across this at Rick’s blog, Caffeinated Adventures and it seemed like something interesting to do. Below is a list of the top 100 songs from 1986, the year I graduated from high school, happens to be the same… Continue Reading →

Goo-Goo Talk

This is too funny! I haven’t tried Google Talk yet, but it seems to be getting positive reviews. I may try it out over the weekend, although the way this weekend looks, I may not! Related Posts:No Related Posts

That sure looks

For those that really want to be on the cutting edge and look cool to all of your friends, you have to get your own account. According to their own site: is a social bookmarks manager. It allows… Continue Reading →

Delight yourself in the Lord…..first!

This has been a week where God has taken Mary and I to a point of absolutely trusting Him. Otherwise, it would be a time of seriously freaking out. I shouldn’t even be writing this because I’m not sharing some… Continue Reading →

Wiki exploration

According to Wikipedia: A wiki is a web application that allows users to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows anyone to edit the content. The term Wiki also refers to the collaborative software used to create… Continue Reading →

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