cow-headshot.jpg You know you love it:

  • What do you call a cow with no legs? — Ground Beef.
  • What do you call a cow with only two legs? — Lean Beef.
  • What do you call a cow with three legs? — Tri Tip.
  • What do you call a cow jumping over a barbwire fence? — Udder Destruction.
  • Last night I dreamt I wrote Lord of the Rings… I was Tolkien in my sleep.
  • A baby seal walks into a club…
  • What’s green and has wheels? — grass… i lied about the wheels
  • What’s brown and sticky? — A stick.
  • There is no theory of evolution, just a list of creatures Chuck Norris has allowed to live.
  • How do you make a hankie dance? — Put a little boogie in it.
  • Did you hear the one about the cross-eyed teacher who couldn’t control his pupils?
  • What do you call a guy with a rubber toe? — Roberto
  • What do you call a sleepwalking nun? — A Roamin’ Catholic.
  • Did you hear that a boat carrying red paint and a boat carrying blue paint crashed into each other? — Apparently the crew were marooned.
  • What do you call a spy frog? — Pond, James Pond
  • Why did the fish get kicked out of school? He got caught with seaweed.

Alright, now that you’ve endured the “humour” you can read the random linkage:

  1. Time: Twittering in Church
  2. How to Become a “Technological Idiot” in One Easy Step: Think Like a Christian “Our conventional response to all media, namely that it is how they are used that counts, is the numb stance of the technological idiot.” — Marshall McLuhan
  3. Frank Viola collect reviews of Rob McAlpine’s Post-Charismatic?, which I recommend highly.
  4. Scot McKnight reviews Robert Gelinas’ new book, Finding the Groove: Composing a Jazz-Shaped Faith Check out his blog as well at
  5. Bill Kinnon gets Awakened From A 4 A.M. Dream
  6. This just in! GM’s 2010 car line! More realistic automotive news? Gibbs Aquada Car Coming to US in 2011
  7. Mike Koop recommended it to me, and now I’m recommending it to you: garfield minus garfield — finally, a way to salvage the comic strip and make it actually funny.
  8. TSK continues musing on the validity of “virtual” church
  9. How to beat that exhausted feeling: turns out exhaustion is an epidemic. How does one counter it?

    Lipman believes the greatest influence on his patients’ wellbeing comes from what he calls “intangibles”: community, friends, family, love, meaning.

    “People are so isolated in our culture – we’ve got more and more removed from that sense of community. The diet and exercise stuff is relatively easy; it’s the other stuff that’s hard. How do you tell someone to get meaning in their life? Or to create a community?”

  10. Striking piece of art: Pieta
  11. Ben Witherington announces a sequel to his novel about a Christian archaeologist. I’d like to read them both, I think.
  12. Beautiful Library Designs (via Pat Loughery)
  13. Deep Leap is a really addictive online game… Scrabble-like, so it’s at least good mental exercise. ;^) (via Marko)
  14. Scot McKnight recounts a Bible-reading parable
  15. Streaming, free from CBC: Concerts On Demand: Steve Bell sings Devotion. Good concert, I listened yesterday.
  16. If the 60’s Had Twitter
  17. the jesus fix-it kit…making life look good — good post, plus I love the image at the top!
  18. And now for something completely different: Gummi Bear Surgery
  19. Mke Todd on Our Hierarchy of Concerns. Oh yeah.
  20. Astounding implications: Trial drugs ‘reverse’ Alzheimer’s It sounds like a breakthrough, though availability of a ‘cure’ may be a decade away. In the meantime, Brain Games: Do They Really Work?.
  21. How Roger Ebert believes in God

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