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Watching sports is good for your theology. Making predictions is just good for humility.

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thy love to me O God

can rid me of this dark unrest

  • Doug Jones has been unmaking the Republican mind over at Scribblative Agincourting for a while now. In this post he puts forward what I call -for the purpose of ruffling feathers- Christian Communism. When I don’t want to be radical I call it Compassionate Capitalism. He’s my kind of Crazy.

“wake me meek
in the needs”

-Kevin Young, Errata

Cop: Pull over.

Harry: No. It’s a cardigan. But thanks for noticing.

Lloyd: Yeah. Killer boots man.

and break your heart forever.

This is the new JC Penney commercial with song by Dragonette.

And this Yael Naim song featured in the new Apple Air commerical:

the Noster was a ship of swank
(as gallant as they come)
until she hit a mine and sank
just off the coast of Sum

precisely where a craft of cost
the Ergo perished later
all hands (you may recall)being lost
including captain Pater

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I’ve always found smokestacks particularly scenic.

Ratcliffe Power Station, Study 18, Nottinghamshire, England. 1984

Follow me on the Twittah

  • Youngest son's soccer team kicks more goals than the other team. Still loses. 4 days ago
  • Hey buddy, nice purse. Yeah I know it's a baby bjorn & that you're an amazing dad, but the thing is you'll never catch me in that thing. 6 days ago
  • To forestall my midlife crisis, my wife is allowing me to put a racers stripe on the mini van. 1 week ago
  • I don't care if you think I'm crude & sexist, if I see you with two large coffee mugs and you're my wife I'm going to say, "Hey, nice mugs." 1 week ago
  • My wife gets me sexy undies cause she likes me to dance for- oh here she is. She's shaking her head and laughing. Oh. 1 week ago

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