Monthly Archives: February 2009

Itty-Bytey

My wife’s new Pearl White ASUS Eee PC 901 8.9-Inch Netbook (1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 Processor, 1 GB RAM, 12 GB Solid State Drive, XP Home, 6 Cell Battery) gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “small laptop.” … Continue reading

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"Love in the Mortar Joints"

Millard Fuller wrote a book.  It was short, simple, and enormously profound.  In this book we learn how Fuller gained millions of dollars but was on the brink of losing his wife.  They sold everything and joined a Christian commune.  … Continue reading

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Bipartisan Bailout

The first big test for the federal government, now controlled by the Democratic Party, is the economy.  Already on the skids prior to the President’s election, the world economy decelerated rapidly after his election.  Apparently, world markets were not convinced … Continue reading

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Daschled Against the Rocks

Our new president has nominated three tax cheats to key posts.  Two of them had the decency to withdraw their nominations.  One of them is now Secretary of the Treasury.  Since when did “change” mean “the same-old same-old”?  Ah, yes, … Continue reading

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It's a tough "Job"

Since “the problem of Evil” is such a classic conundrum, few people look beyond that issue when studying the book of Job. However, while reading through Job, I was impressed by a different message. As I read about his legendary … Continue reading

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