Sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays.
Love it. In a world where everyone's a victim, even the victimizers, it's refreshing to hear a "take responsibility for your actions" sound byte. (HT Anthony Bradley)
Read John Mark Reynolds on How To Sound Smart In Politics: A Ten Step Tutorial To The Academic Bluff. (HT Justin Taylor)
Read about Nicole Kidman being named most overpaid celebrity.
Read about the European pole dancing competition this weekend.
"I think one day it should be an Olympic sport -- but that will take time. You would have to agree which moves on which to judge competitors, at the moment we all have such different routines," she added.Read about Ray Boltz' revelation about being gay.
Read about Australia granting Snoop Dogg a visa, but requiring counseling for him before his visit.
Read about the difference between Samurai & Ninja.
Read a great article by Pat Buchanan on the treatment Sarah Palin has received and why: One of Them and One of Us. (HT J Wizzle)
Read about the woman who stole her daughter's identity so she could try out for and make the high school cheerleading squad.
Check out Sports Illustrated's (Week 2) NFL power rankings, with the Cowboys in the top spot and the NFC East have 3 of the top 5.
Read about all the ugliness toward Sarah Palin.
Watch a video clip of Voddie Baucham "bringing it" as Benji says.
Read about the NY charity that turned down a portion of lottery winnings for fear it might send a bad message to gambling addicts.
Read 22 Swift Tips to Increase Productivity.
Read one Democrat's lamenting of the ineptitude of the Obama campaign, particularly in trying to dig up dirt to sling mud at Sarah Palin. If nothing else, it's worth a look just to see the picture posted.
Read about this excuse for bad driving: The passenger spilled my beer.
Learn about Tony Romo's rise to stardom.
Read 10 reasons to invite people to follow Christ every week at church.
Read about the dad who chased the nude boy from his daughter's room with a lead pipe. Where was his shotgun?!
Read Al Mohler's thoughts on Gov. Palin's pastor preaching hell for those not saved by Jesus.
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Read about Peter King's "almost" whereby Favre could have been the QB for the Patriots.
Read about the lost cat that returned 9 years later.
Read a Feminist's Argument for John McCain's running mate.
"Make no mistake - the Democratic Party and its nominee have created the powerhouse that is Sarah Palin, and the party's increased attacks on her (and even on her daughter) reflect that panic."
Read John MacArthur's thoughts on how long a sermon should be. Agree?
Read about Europe's perspective on Sarah Palin. (HT Jade)
Read as Rev James Galyon gives directions on getting a FREE copy of Richard Wurmbrand's book Tortured for Christ. Do it. Read it.
Read about 5 TV stars who didn't want their roles.
Read about the son who was assigned the same college dorm room as dad ... 30 years later.
Watch this video clip at Conservative Reformed Mafia to determine if bad theology causes bad dancing or bad dancing causes bad theology. Agreed, the renewed mind is the key!
Check out some interesting slooge on the candidates' tax returns, particularly their charitable giving at Reepicheep. Guess who really cares about helping people and giving to those less fortunate.
Read the cocktail party cheat sheet on Augustine.
Read some rationale in defense of 2 Sunday services.
Read the Gentleman's Guide to Tipping. See also Gunny's post, "It's not tipping I believe in; it's over-tipping."
Check out John Piper on 6 of the most historically influential sins in the Bible.
Read Jay the Bennett's post on the basis of Christian unity.
Check out Kelly's Ticker Tape Tuesday, a collection of quotes and other worthwhile cag.
Comment of the Week:
"History will be repeated by those who refuse to remember." (Samurai)Listen to yesterday's sermon at Providence Church on Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 "Toiling in Vain?"
"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."
-Ralph Waldo Emerson