Monthly Archives: January 2007

I’m moving to France

January 31, 2007 3 Comments »

The French already enjoy a 35-hour work week and generous vacation. Now the health minister wants to look into whether workers should be allowed to sleep on the job… “Why not a nap at work? It can’t be a taboo ... Read More »

Calling all webmasters

January 30, 2007 Comments Off on Calling all webmasters

A couple of tools that I’ve come across to help all you webmasters out there: morgueFile – free photos for use in any project you want Color Schemer – need to develop a palette for your site template? Just enter ... Read More »

Super me!

January 29, 2007 7 Comments »

Your results:You are Spider-Man Spider-Man 65% Green Lantern 60% Superman 60% Robin 58% Supergirl 48% Iron Man 40% The Flash 40% Batman 35% Wonder Woman 33% Hulk 30% Catwoman 25% You are intelligent, witty, a bit geeky and have great ... Read More »

New Conservative Ads

January 29, 2007 Comments Off on New Conservative Ads

The conservatives appear to be taking a key political principle to heart: Define your opponent before he can define himself. They are also taking advantage of (A) their money advantage and (B) the fact that this is not an election ... Read More »

YouTube dump

January 26, 2007 Comments Off on YouTube dump

A collection of clips I’ve found: First, some very cool LineRider videos. Second, some cool XMA (eXtreme Martial Arts) clips. *Caution: last clip has some foul language Read More »

Warning: Don’t eat toxic squirrels

January 25, 2007 3 Comments »

You wonder why something like this even needs mentioning: don’t eat the squirrels that live in the toxic dump. However, in case it’s not clear enough, they have some toxic-squirrel eating guidelines: children should not eat toxic squirrel more than ... Read More »

Seriously, stop it already

January 24, 2007 3 Comments »

Any article that begins like this is big time trouble: Two city councillors from suburban Toronto say… It gets worse: “I would support any helmets, any type of safety equipment that could be put on. I think that it’s something ... Read More »

Wired answers the big questions (and asks some more)

January 24, 2007 Comments Off on Wired answers the big questions (and asks some more)

Wired magazine has answered some of the most vexing questions of our time, like “Where are my keys?”, “Why do hot dogs come in packs of 10 while buns come in packs of 8 or 12?” and “How much is ... Read More »

The hardest commandment

January 23, 2007 1 Comment »

I once heard a story about a company that built a factory in South America. They got the factory built and hired all the workers they needed for production. Everything was going well. One week passed – things were going ... Read More »

Woo-hoo me!

January 22, 2007 1 Comment »

You know the Bible 100%!   Wow! You are awesome! You are a true Biblical scholar, not just a hearer but a personal reader! The books, the characters, the events, the verses – you know it all! You are fantastic! ... Read More »

Nothing to see here…move along

January 19, 2007 2 Comments »

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Big Movie Year

January 18, 2007 3 Comments »

I know some of you are going to laugh, because I say this every year, but this summer’s movies are going to rock: Ghost Rider [Feb 16] 300 [Mar 9] TMNT [Mar 23] Spider-Man 3 [May 4] Shrek 3 [May ... Read More »