The Fail Blog labels this one a “double fail.”
- The contents of the will were a dead giveaway.
- The little old woman who lived in a shoe wasn’t the sole owner – there were strings attached.
- As a young boy, Brutus’ mother often cautioned him not to run with Caesars.
- My uncle called my grandfather a deer when he let my antelope.
- Some children think that their parents are all no-ing.
- If all of the women left the country there would be a stagnation.
- A Freudian slip is when you say one thing but mean a mother.
- A man’s home is his castle, in a manor of speaking.
Alright, here come the links. And before I forget, Happy 4th to all my friends just south of me in the USA!
- The Postmodernism Generator is a little scary… each page refresh generates a new essay laced with postmodern terminology that almost looks cohesive.
- Stunning Macro Photography
- The Jena 6 are Free!
- What you need to know about the Dead Sea scrolls (via IMonk)
- A collection of links on alt.worship and emerging church from Jonny Baker
- Back in my institutional-church days, I found it irksome to see the price of software for managing worship overhead slide projection, particularly given the minimal nature of the actual requirement. I don’t need it now, but nice to see that Shawn Anthony recommends an open source solution, openlp.
- How Eddie Gibbs Ruined My Life
- Pope Says Tests ‘Seem to Conclude’ Bones Are the Apostle Paul’s — the evidence is hardly conclusive though… it proves that they could be authentic.
- Heart beat posting device lets your Twitter followers know you’re alive
- This is a classic riot: Lovin’ it Now?
- Saint Brad — making it right in New Orleans’ Lower 9th
- Christine Sine — How to Be a Spiritual Person
- Doctors Baffled, Intrigued by Girl Who Doesn’t Age
- Dan Kimball’s Emerging Church memories and good and nice things (he no longer uses the term ’emerging church’)
- Singin’ the Blues: David’s Lament
- Bill Kinnon: I Love Books – A Comment on Book Stealing // On stealing books
Finally, I’m sure House fans will agree… I loved this graphic: