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Real Love in the Real World

Posted on July 31, 2004

Mary and I attended a marriage conference at our church the past two days. It featured Gary and Michael Smalley of the Smalley Relationship Center. Gary is a best-selling author... Continue Reading

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Fun and Games

Spiderman, brick by brick

Posted on July 30, 2004

Spite your Face productions has done it again! These folks may have too much time on their hands, but their creativity with Legos and film is unsurpassed. Their latest effort... Continue Reading

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Current Events

John Kerry: Self Humiliation

Posted on July 28, 2004

There is no better tool to defeat John Kerry than his own words. A new eleven-minute video is now available online. It is John Kerry, in his own words, basically... Continue Reading

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Current Events

Is there no shame?

Posted on July 26, 2004

The culture of death continues to make inroads into all that is good and decent about America. Take this latest item now available at the Planned Parenthood online store. I... Continue Reading

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The Funnies

The Nature of Things

Posted on July 25, 2004

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Current Events

Picture of an Idiot

Posted on July 24, 2004

Richard Swift, from The Colony, TX (near Dallas), is facing felony animal cruelty charges for wrapping duct tape around the snout of his brother's Labrador retriever, whose barking was bothering... Continue Reading

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Gadgets and Gizmos

Virtual Keyboard: Dead or Alive?

Posted on July 23, 2004

One of the more popular articles on this site has been my review, and the subsequent discussion, of the IBIZ Virtual Keyboard. I received a review unit of the VKB... Continue Reading

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Current Events

Tired of politics

Posted on July 22, 2004

I've already had enough of the upcoming Presidential elections. The media is spinning out of control in an attempt to bolster the unelectable John Kerry. Bush-bashing is at an all-time... Continue Reading

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Travels

Somewhere in Kansas

Posted on July 18, 2004

We left Keystone yesterday and decided to head home. As it would turn out, it is monsoon season in Colorado, and the rain just keeps coming. We drove to Burlington... Continue Reading

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Travels

Keystone, Day 2

Posted on July 16, 2004

What a busy day! We started out with some breakfast and then a chairlift ride to the top of Keystone mountain. We were fortunate to have good weather this morning... Continue Reading

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Travels

Beaver Creek to Keystone

Posted on July 15, 2004

We checked out of Beaver Creek around noon today, leisurely packing and enjoying the remainder of our stay. Jenna wanted to try the bungee trampoline, so we let her bounce... Continue Reading

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Travels

Beaver Creek, Day 2

Posted on July 14, 2004

I'm wiped out. It's not that we did a LOT today, but combining the altitude with the activity seems to have taken its toll on me. We started the day... Continue Reading

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Travels

Beaver Creek, CO

Posted on July 13, 2004

(This entry is somewhat unique in that I am composing it entirely on my T-Mobile Sidekick. I wrote about this device a few weeks back and have been very pleased... Continue Reading

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Travels

Boulder - Days 2 and 3

Posted on July 12, 2004

One of the reasons we wanted to get out of Oklahoma and visit Colorado was because of the intolerable heat. Ninety degree days just don't agree with us. Wouldn't you... Continue Reading

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Gadgets and Gizmos

Popup Blocking

Posted on July 11, 2004

Tired of pop up windows covering your computer screen? A friend pointed out this cool tool to me. Visit the site and you can test to see how vulnerable you... Continue Reading

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Travels

Colorado Vacation 2004

Posted on July 10, 2004

It seems like forever since we last had a family vacation. You might remember our last trip was a doozy. Since that time, I have traveled to Boulder, Colorado and... Continue Reading

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The Book Nook

Time Out of Joint

Posted on July 08, 2004

One of my all time favorite movies is The Truman Show. In fact, when I get around to it, it is the next movie due up in my series of... Continue Reading

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Fun and Games

Build a Custom Action Figure

Posted on July 07, 2004

Admit it. You've always wanted to create your own personal G.I. Joe doll. Herobuilders is offering the world's first on-demand custom action hero tool. Visit the site and you can... Continue Reading

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Current Events

The 56 Deceits of Fahrenheit 911

Posted on July 05, 2004

Have you seen Fahrenheit 911? I won't see it because I am certain the lies and anti-American propoganda will enrage me. Have you bought it hook, line and sinker? Read... Continue Reading

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Current Events

America Bless God

Posted on July 04, 2004

The 4th of July. Independence Day, 2004. Time to barbeque and enjoy fireworks with family. But how many of us pause to take in the true significance of this holiday... Continue Reading

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Fun and Games

Spiderman 2

Posted on July 03, 2004

Before you go any further, I must tell you that this article is NOT a movie review. Rather, it is a smack to the side of the head of Activision... Continue Reading

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Current Events

The Clinton Legacy

Posted on July 01, 2004

Here is a great find. For years, diehard Clinton supporters have stuck by the former national embarrassment, applauding what a fantastic President he was. In my estimation, he will go... Continue Reading

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