Sound like Amy had a fun Temple Trip. I just want to know why she was standing in the middle of the highway :).
Amy won her tennis tournament and did very well in a softball tournament. Go Amy! Got a picture of the visor?
So now scientists are bring dogs back from the dead. Am I the only one that seems creeped out by this? The bringing back part doesn’t bother me as much as the part where they drain the blood and put in freezing saline solution. That doesn’t seem right…
Look who’s started a weblog. And Kudo’s to the spaces team for fixing the editor! Love this new editor.
While I was doing chores outside, Luke wandered next door and made friends with our neighbors. They’re grandparents – with lovely British accents. Luke ended up spending almost an hour with them and calls her "nanny" at her own request, although he pronounces it like "grammie" only with an n – "nammie". By his nap… Continue reading Irene and Ron
I’ve watched one of these episodes. Pretty good for a fan produced series. Don’t try downloading using anything less than broadband, and even then let it go overnight. But Startship Exeter is enjoyable.
Bruce Schneier suggests "don’t talk to strangers" is bad advice. Case in point, the Utah boy scout lost for the last 4 days saw several strangers, but avoided them, following this advice. Bruce’s advice – talk to as many strangers as possible when lost. Most of them will be good (most people are good) and… Continue reading “Don’t talk to Strangers” bad advice?
There’s another article about running non-admin. Here’s a cool resource for running as nonadmin.
I received an enjoyable forward, thought I’d share it. And here’s corroboration of the story from the Marine Corp.: http://www.usmc.mil/marinelink/mcn2000.nsf/lookupstoryref/200456162723 I have to admit I loved the story, but questioned it, but www.snopes.com says it’s true (http://www.snopes.com/politics/military/chontosh.asp) and provides quite a bit of supporting evidence. Brian was awarded this over a year ago and I… Continue reading This will bring a tear!
If you liked the second session on the Joseph Smith Conference, you might like this show – BBC – Radio 4 In Our Time – Angels. Particularlly the beginning. Some interesting comments on how Ancient Israel changed it’s views on gods, angels, etc. before versus after Babylon. For instance – prior to Babylon, Angels were often… Continue reading BBC – In Our Time – Angels