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Didn't get what you wanted for Christmas?

Posted on December 31, 2003

How about placing a bid on this? Yes, its what every little Johnny or Susie wants to find in their stocking. A decommissioned aircraft carrier! Woohoo! As of this writing... Continue Reading

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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Posted on December 29, 2003

I have been a computer gamer ever since I encountered Space Invaders on my TRS-80 (that REALLY dates me) about 25 years ago. Dozens of computer games are published every... Continue Reading

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And their hearts will grow cold...

Posted on December 26, 2003

Now here's the way everyone really wanted to spend Christmas Eve... being beaten up at a Wal-Mart by ravenous wolves stressed out over holiday shopping. Man beaten in checkout line... Continue Reading

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Merry Christmas!

Posted on December 25, 2003

Christmas. It evokes thoughts of Santa Claus, reindeer, snow, presents, wrapping, shopping, a warm fireplace on a chilly night, children anticipating the big day, and time spent with family and... Continue Reading

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Christmas Eve!

Posted on December 24, 2003

The most wonderful day of the year is almost upon us! Continue Reading

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Stay in school!

Posted on December 23, 2003

Or this can happen to you. Continue Reading

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Posted on December 22, 2003

On the first day, God created the heavens and earth... and so goes the first words of the Bible. Take an animated multimedia tour through the first seven days of... Continue Reading

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Weekend Links

Posted on December 21, 2003

Here's some great links to make your weekend more meaningful ;-) DVDFile.com - the best place on the web for all things DVD HomeStarRunner.com - funny and on the edge... Continue Reading

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Weird and Wacky on the Web

Posted on December 20, 2003

The web now boasts BILLIONS of web pages, making it challenging to find the "good stuff". My friend, Randy Cassingham, has been creating "good stuff" online for many years. His... Continue Reading

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#12 - The Sixth Sense

Posted on December 18, 2003

M. Night Shyamlan is a modern day Alfred Hitchcock. To date, he has made several films, including Unbreakable (with Bruce Willis) and Signs (with Mel Gibson). I thoroughly enjoyed both... Continue Reading

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George W. Bush "Top Gun" Doll

Posted on December 16, 2003

Found this one while surfing the web. It's a George W. Bush talking doll! Apparantly, these things are selling like hotcakes. The company has added some new dolls to the... Continue Reading

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Socrates Speaks

Posted on December 15, 2003

Wow, my dog never ceases to amaze me. You will not BELIEVE what he has come up with now. Click here to find out! Continue Reading

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Weapon of Mass Destruction Found!

Posted on December 14, 2003

Eight months after the war in Iraq began, our brave men and women in the Middle East have delivered up a Christmas gift to beat all gifts. Saddam Hussein has... Continue Reading

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Posted on December 13, 2003

We got hit with a snowstorm last night! It was one of those rare monents in Oklahoma. It is absolutely beautiful outside and I took the kids sledding this morning... Continue Reading

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Don't Mess with the Man!

Posted on December 12, 2003

This is too rich to pass up. View image Click here for the full story Continue Reading

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Links for the Weekend

Posted on December 12, 2003

Here are some links to start your weekend off right... Relevant Magazine Online - Finally, a Christian magazine that "gets it". God is not stuck in time, and neither should... Continue Reading

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DealofDay.com on TechTV

Posted on December 10, 2003

A friend pointed out to me that DealofDay.com appears on the TechTV web site, and we will apparantly be mentioned on the Thursday program. Cool, huh? In case you don't... Continue Reading

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#13 - The Princess Bride

Posted on December 10, 2003

Hello. My name is Indigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die. By most standards, The Princess Bride should have been no more than a mere blip in the... Continue Reading

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Fred Langa is the MAN!

Posted on December 9, 2003

Fred Langa is a staple on the web. The guy has been writing technology articles since dirt was new... well, for a long time anyhow. In fact, he used to... Continue Reading

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Where's the Mayor?

Posted on December 8, 2003

Things have been hectic lately. Lots of traveling. One month on the road with family. One week in Chicago with family over Thanksgiving. Three nights in Boulder, Colorado for an... Continue Reading

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Adding Games to Your Web Site

Posted on December 6, 2003

Yesterday I told you about Barbara Feldman and SurfNetKids.com. Barbara sent me a copy of her ebook, How to Add Games to Your Web Site, and I am suitably impressed... Continue Reading

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Light a Fire

Posted on December 5, 2003

I had the distinct pleasure of meeting a fellow 'net pioneer this week. Barbara Feldman of SurfNetKids, one of the best kid sites writes a nationally syndicated article, writes books... Continue Reading

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Spam spam spam spam

Posted on December 4, 2003

Argh! (You ever notice just how many of my posts start with that word?) I am SO sick of SPAM! This Spam, not this Spam. My old email account now... Continue Reading

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Boulder, Colorado

Posted on December 2, 2003

Yes, I just got back from Chicago. No sooner than I drove home for the airport and dropped my family off at home did I get back in the car... Continue Reading

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Hate Bush?

Posted on December 1, 2003

Oh, this is rich! The very people who preach "tolerance" as a virtue... those bastions of all that is good who want to outlaw the beast known as "hate speech... Continue Reading

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