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11 February 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Compassion, Uganda, Bloggers, Change

Yesterday, a group of 16 bloggers left together to spend a week in Uganda, Africa.  Most of you reading already know about this, but several don’t and you need to know. Compassion International has consistently used the platform of musicians and artist on tours to get the word out about what the need for sponsors […]

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07 February 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Anger Management?

Well, here’s one way to get a new lawyer:

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31 January 2008 ~ 6 Comments

My Worship Revolution Gets Political

So I’ve mentioned in the past that I seldom put any political posts on this blog.  Not cause I’m not opinionated, just have to care a whole lot more than I do to give people another reason to dislike me.  But hey…it’s an election year! And I’m kinda curious what the readers of this blog […]

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21 November 2007 ~ 2 Comments

Chuck Approves, Why Not You?

OK, I think I’ve had a grand total of like 1 other political post here in the history of this blog.  It’s something that I can get opinionated about, but I learned several years back that it wasn’t worth arguing about.  If I’m gonna ruffle feathers, I’d rather do it with a topic that can […]

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14 August 2007 ~ 0 Comments

One More Day

Tri To Lose ends tomorrow.  Hopefully the video with the final weigh in will be up tomorrow, but no promises.  (I do have a job people!  ;))  Also still trying to figure out how to get Paypal setup to collect it all so we can hook Invisible Children up with a sweet donation. A couple […]

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18 May 2007 ~ 5 Comments

Westboro Baptist And Fred Phelps Do It Again

Just when I thought I’d been as disgusted and appalled as I can be by Fred Phelps and his "God hates fags" cronies at Westboro Baptist Church, I come across this video.  DISCLAIMER: As far as I’m concerned this video is way more offensive than any sexual content, violence, or language.  You’ve been warned. And […]

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27 April 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Get Displaced

See the red X’s up above?  That’s where the displacement camps will be on Saturday.  I’m talking about an event called Displace Me and it’s happening this weekend.  It’s organized to raise awareness about the longest standing war in Africa, in Uganda, where children and adult civilians are living in fear everyday.  Last year, a […]

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