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:
- Time: Twittering in Church
- 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
- Frank Viola collect reviews of Rob McAlpine’s Post-Charismatic?, which I recommend highly.
- Scot McKnight reviews Robert Gelinas’ new book, Finding the Groove: Composing a Jazz-Shaped Faith Check out his blog as well at JazzTheologian.com.
- Bill Kinnon gets Awakened From A 4 A.M. Dream
- This just in! GM’s 2010 car line! More realistic automotive news? Gibbs Aquada Car Coming to US in 2011
- 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.
- TSK continues musing on the validity of “virtual” church
- 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?”
- Striking piece of art: Pieta
- Ben Witherington announces a sequel to his novel about a Christian archaeologist. I’d like to read them both, I think.
- Beautiful Library Designs (via Pat Loughery)
- Deep Leap is a really addictive online game… Scrabble-like, so it’s at least good mental exercise. ;^) (via Marko)
- Scot McKnight recounts a Bible-reading parable
- Streaming, free from CBC: Concerts On Demand: Steve Bell sings Devotion. Good concert, I listened yesterday.
- If the 60’s Had Twitter
- the jesus fix-it kit…making life look good — good post, plus I love the image at the top!
- And now for something completely different: Gummi Bear Surgery
- Mke Todd on Our Hierarchy of Concerns. Oh yeah.
- 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?.
- How Roger Ebert believes in God