Monthly Archives: March 2006

Joel Osteen

I’m filing this under “pop culture” rather than “theology/religion” because — well, because “pop culture” fits Joel Osteen much better than “theology/religion” does. If I had any doubt about whether or not Joel Osteen and I could be buddies, the … Continue reading

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G’bye, and thanks for all the fish

For numerous reasons I won’t detail, Jamie has decided to stop blogging and also have her archives deleted. She’ll be removed from the blogroll shortly. I guess that means I’ll have to take over the responsibility for posting munchkin pictures … Continue reading

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Good Times

My (not-so) evil twin made a visit to my home last night and we had a rip-roaring good time. Much belly-laughter was heard throughout the evening, and the up-catching on goings-on and happenings was quite enjoyable. We imbibed a small … Continue reading

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Announcement type thingy

To whom it may concern: I will be in Austin, TX, from around noon on Saturday April 29th until the afternoon of May 2nd. Unfortunately I will be there for work, which means that I have some work obligations (attending … Continue reading

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La la la la la la, la, la la la la

La. Bumper sticker seen in the town where I work: “My gamer fragged your honor student.” Nice. It’s been a good 2 months since I had a beer. I’ve been thinking about having a beer for about 6 weeks now, … Continue reading

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A Visit from Mario and Luigi

Really, it would have been much more fun to have the fictional video game plumbers come visit. As it happened, the past two days have been rather trying. I was at work Saturday when Jamie called me to tell me … Continue reading

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Randian, or Coincidence?

When I was in college I read Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged.” It was an interesting read, the pretext and conclusions of which I utterly abhorred. The philosophy is basically anti-Christian, in the sense that where Christ taught us that we … Continue reading

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In case you missed it. . .

. . .Rose-Hulman has a new president. Again. We’ll see how this one works out. He definitely has a cooler name than the last guy.

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My first foray into the world of online journaling took place on Easyjournal. My old site is still around in all its glory. But as soon as I had chance to hop off a commercial site, I jumped. I tell … Continue reading

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Last night I got home at 19:30 and Jamie was excited because it was the earliest I’d been home this week. Today I left work at 16:00 and felt absolutely no remorse. As rough as 3-straight 12+ hour days is … Continue reading

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