Monthly Archives: February 2004

Chalk Drawings and Mother Teresa Enjoying the weather? I sure am! Jonathan and I went outside to do some chalk drawings, and as usual Daddy enjoyed it more than Jon. . . And for a close up:

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Great Moments in Swearing History 1969 — Buzz Aldrin becomes the first man to swear on the moon “Bloody hell,” he tells Neil Armstrong, “I’ve just taken a shit in my space suit” It’s Lent, and I’m sure many an … Continue reading

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Israel Joins the Hunt For “Lord of the Jungle” A guy named Veerappan lives in the jungles of southern India, has killed 130 people and about 2000 elephants. A wanted criminal, the man has been surviving in the jungle for … Continue reading

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Two TONS of Pot?! Yep. A dump truck was stopped by DPS officials near Huachuca City, Arizona. Inside, an erratic 28 year old and 4,112 lbs of marijuana. As punishment, we ought to release the weed into general circulation: Stoner … Continue reading

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4.1% Doing better than the projected 3.8%, the Bush economy grew better than expected. One more way the Dems classify failure.

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The Passion of the Christ – A Theological Overview Hope you don’t mind if I start this out with a bit of Latin. O salutaris hostia, Quae caeli pandas ostium, Bella premunt hostilia, Da robur, fer auxilium. With the Passion … Continue reading

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Logic Puzzles to Piss You Off The object here is to get all of the boxes in the down position. Good luck!

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I FEEL GREAT! I don’t know whether to think this is good, or completely stupid.

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“Mars is Red” Is Open To Interpretation I keep saying this, but no one believes me. . . that Mars really isn’t red, but rather it is a dirty brown with a blue sky that only turns red thanks to … Continue reading

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THE SHAKY STATE OF FAMILIES Some Signs of Hope, but Many Problems Remain (Copied in it’s entirety from the Zenit Weekly News Analysis) NEW YORK, FEB. 21, 2004 (Zenit.org).- Many defenders of traditional marriage fear that giving formal legal recognition … Continue reading

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