My response to a blog post about whether Christians can use "OMG" in their online conversations... Honestly, I get bothered more by Christians who say things like "oh my Lord" or "Bless her heart", "Lord help me" or "Heaven help me" in inappropriate ways than I do by non-Christians using "God" or "Jesus" as an… Continue reading OMGoodness!
So during my wanderings on IMDB, I came across the movie Desperado (which Aaron happens to own, and I’ve seen once and enjoyed). I had no idea was part of a trilogy including El Mariachi and Once Upon a Time in Mexico. ApparentlyDesperado is the middle of the trilogy, which makes me want to see… Continue reading Hopeless – a linguistic stream of consciousness
I went to the breakroom today to heat some water for my tea – pumpkin spice, so yummy! And as I opened the microwave, I was greeted with the aroma of stale microwave popcorn. I grimaced as I stuck my mug in and quickly shut the door. As I stood there waiting for my water… Continue reading Popcarn
Let this day be celebrated across the internets. Let every Facebook junkie rejoice. It is a day of emmancipation. A day of freedom. The day we can finally express ourselves without the constraints of the third-person singular present indicative English copula.
For several years I’ve been off and on doing some genealogical research on my family. Others in my family have been doing the same thing, and we’ve managed to come up with some interesting information. One that really intrigued me is that of the Davis line itself. I had little confidence in being able to… Continue reading Heb Dhuw, Heb Ddym. Dhuw a Digon!
It's funny (but not funny)... I read this article and immediately understood what the problem was. Gwyneth Paltrow: I didn't disparage America December 5, 2006 LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) -- Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow insisted Monday that contrary to a recent article in a European newspaper, she feels "proud to be American" and would never… Continue reading Gwyneth’s Spanish Boo Boo
Famous Phrases They Never Said October 03, 2006 Neil Armstrong's famous quote “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” has become one of the best- known in history. For nearly four decades, it was claimed the first man on the moon fluffed his lines — because man and mankind mean… Continue reading Famous Misquoted Phrases