xkcd on the money, once again.
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…two things that caught my eye. I am slowly working through the shorts films that make up Ed’s Story. Ed Dobson is a pastor who is recording his reflections on living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s disease. These include gentle yet enlightening insights on hope, healing and forgiveness and more besides. For […]
Contemporary yet scriptural, dear reader, I give you TyTe and The Beatbox Nativity. and, for those who like their greatest story ever told live and unplugged, the Nativity Rap live and on location. TyTe (aka The Reverend Tyte) is a vicar at Uplyme Church in England and was a professional beatboxer before being ordained seven […]
“Simply arrange with God ahead of time that when you recite the prayer macro, it will be understood as a recitation of the longer prayer in full.” A great morning coffee splutter from the funny if not quite scriptural Achieving spiritual efficiency through prayer macros. (Hat tip to Tony Jones.)
from the ever-intriguing and often hilarious XKCD.
I’m not scared. I’ve already had three near death experiences. Do you remember Bren? Oh, no, you weren’t there. The last one there was a light at the end of a long, dark passage and Dusty Springfield was beckoning to me with a lovely smile….turned out i’d passed out in the Mersey Tunnel with […]
As the father of four females and the husband of a fifth, my ability to influence prime time viewing in our house is somewhat limited, to say the least. At one end of the televisual spectrum is surfeit of SPCA inspector / model / singer / designer / cook / doctor / customs dog handler […]
I spent an enjoyable couple of hours watching ‘Heartlands‘ last night. Rescued from the ignominy of the bargain bin, what a cracking little movie it turned out to be. A gentle tale of a quiet man who sets out on his moped to find his philandering wife and discovers there’s more to life than darts and beer […]
A funny from the always excellent but sometimes unfathomable xkcd, coinciding nicely with listening again this week to the thought-provoking story of Carlton Pearson in the Heretics episode of This American Life.
If this morning’s print queue screen is anything to go by, it would seem that my department’s print station is now connected to a higher network and accepting prayer requests via Microsoft Word documents.