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Thursday, January 05, 2006
I'm Moving

But only in the blogosphere. Here is the new site, Wooden Nickels. Until the transition is complete, bells and whistles will be at a minimum.


lj | Thursday, January 05, 2006 | |



Sunday, January 01, 2006
Happy New Year


















May all of your Resolutions be spot on.


lj | Sunday, January 01, 2006 | |



Saturday, December 31, 2005
The Top 8 Things "BCS" Really Stands For


The Top 8 Things "BCS" Really Stands For


8> Bewildering Choice of Schools

7> Bitter Controversy Swirls

6> Belying Common Sense

5> Bananas Cure Scurvy

4> Bozos Comparing Stats

3> Bring yer Caboose to the Stadium

2> Blowouts Count, Stupid

and the Number 1 Thing "BCS" Really Stands For...

1> Beats Choosing Straws


lj | Saturday, December 31, 2005 | |



Wednesday, December 21, 2005
How To Tell Democrats From Terrorists

By Dr. Brooks A. Mick

It sure isn’t easy to differentiate Democrats from terrorists these days.

1) Both Democrats and terrorists want American troops out of Iraq.
2) Both Democrats and terrorists hate George W. Bush.
3) Both Democrats and terrorists claim American troops are killing and harassing innocent women and children in Iraq.
4) Both Democrats and terrorists claim American troops are an occupying force.
5) Both Democrats and terrorists claim that the war in Iraq was all about oil.
6) Both Democrats and terrorists claim that Bush lied to get the congress to agree to the war against Saddam.
7) Both Democrats and terrorists claim that America is losing the war in Iraq.
8) Both Democrats and terrorists claim that Bush “rushed” into the war, and neither appears to have noticed the year of delay while gathering numerous UN and congressional resolutions and authorizations.

But, to be sure, there is one way to tell Democrats from terrorists:

Democrats claim that they support the troops, while terrorists don’t.


lj | Wednesday, December 21, 2005 | |




Johnny On the Spot - Yankees sign Damon



Damon is, for now, exactly what the Yankees needed: A center fielder who could hit leadoff. Last year, Damon had 197 hits and 53 walks, including 51 extra-base hits, and now he will bat ahead of three players who might be Hall of Famers, eventually -- Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez and Gary Sheffield. He'll hit ahead of Jason Giambi and Hideki Matsui and Jorge Posada and Robinson Cano, and give the Yankees improved athleticism at a time when the team is starved for speed.

Run to glory?
By reaching an agreement with Johnny Damon on Tuesday night, the Yankees will have five of the AL's top 12 run-scorers in their lineup next season.

1. Alex Rodriguez 124
2. Derek Jeter 122
3. David Ortiz 119
4. Johnny Damon 117
5. Michael Young 114
6. Chone Figgins 113
7. Manny Ramirez 112
7. Mark Teixeira 112
9. Ichiro Suzuki 111
9. Grady Sizemore 111
11. Hideki Matsui 108
12. Gary Sheffield 104

At the same time, the Damon deal is devastating for the Red Sox. They've seen other parts of their lineup undergo change, with the departure of Bill Mueller, the change at shortstop with the departure of Edgar Renteria. They had added proven veterans in Mike Lowell and Mark Loretta, but the lineup that had begun to take shape was filled with a lot of guys who can't run. As long as Damon was re-signed, to hit in front of David Ortiz and Ramirez, the key components of an offense that averaged six runs per game would remain in place.

Now, however, the Red Sox are left to scramble, having seen one of their best players defect to their hated rival. Now it's Boston that will be left to sift through imperfect solutions -- perhaps a deal for Seattle center fielder Jeremy Reed, a talented but unproven player, or the acquisition of Patterson. Now it is the Red Sox who don't have a center fielder.

Read Full Article on Espn.com



I can't say that I'm thrilled that the Yankees keep going after current and former red sox players, but eventually Damon will be a valuable addition, especially with the uncertainty surrounding Bernie Williams. Perhaps this gives Bernie and opportunity to retire.

Psychologically, it's a huge boost to the Yankees who seem to be picking off Red Sox players one by one. Wouldn't that be a hoot if the Yankees won a championship with the same players that the Red Sox couldn't win with? Hmmm...


lj | Wednesday, December 21, 2005 | |




Links

So I finally did some house cleaning and streamlined my links. My apologies to those that had me on their blogrolls when I wasn't blogging and to those that didn't have a reciprocal link. My posts will still probably be somewhat sporadic but I plan to be a little more faithful in both posting and visiting other blogs.

Thanks for your patience. Here are a few links I am excited to have on the blogroll.

Len Evans - You can cheer along side of him during football season but should part fellowship come spring training; also a youth pastor who has been a good listener to me.

Gman - Another youth pastor on the journey; he's a maple leafs fan and from canada, but other than that he's cool. :)

Nameless Youth Pastors - The joys and struggles of those who work with youth.

Cox & Forkum - The best editorial cartoon site hands down.

Media Lies - keeping an eye on what's reported and what's not.

Insults Unpunished - A mainly political site that I usually agree with (at least politically). I was sad to see Robert stop blogging and glad to see he's is going strong again; I plan to visit more regularly now.

Check out the rest of the great links to the side. If you have me on your roll and your link is not on my roll, let me know!


lj | Wednesday, December 21, 2005 | |




Forget King Kong, We got Snowzilla!



ANCHORAGE, Alaska - With the help of his kids and neighbors, Billy Ray Powers built more than just a snowman — they've dubbed his 16-plus-foot-tall creation "Snowzilla."

After using up all the snow in the family's yard, they turned to neighbors' yards and carried buckets on sleds. They hand-packed the snowman like an ice-cream cone.

"It's solid ice," he said. "I put the arms in with my power drill."

It took a month to complete the project. It was too big to use buttons for its eyes, so Snowzilla gazes over the neighborhood from beer bottles.

Powers says the project took on a life of its own as it got bigger and bigger. Now Snowzilla is attracting plenty of sightseers.

"People stop by, and they're just flabbergasted," said neighbor Darrell Estes. "They walk up and knock on it to make sure it's real snow, not Styrofoam."

Now that will definitely bring new meaning to the old classic Gene Autry song. "With a corn cob pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of........beer bottles? I smell a country song remake.


lj | Wednesday, December 21, 2005 | |



Monday, December 19, 2005
We Suck


Cowboys Lose Important Game - Parcells at a loss for answers


IRVING – A day after his team suffered a devastating loss in Washington, Cowboys coach Bill Parcells wasn't able to provide many answers.

"It wasn't good," Parcells said of Sunday's 35-7 loss to the Redskins. "That game just got further and further away."

In the week leading up to the game Parcells said he liked his team, but he was left searching for answers Monday.

He blamed some of it on the "immaturity" of his young players, noting their performances in recent NFC East road losses to the Giants and Redskins. Asked what personnel changes he might make in response to Sunday's lopsided loss, Parcells said he didn't have many options.

Read Full Article



lj | Monday, December 19, 2005 | |



Saturday, December 10, 2005
No Room in the.....Church?!?

Many Churches Closing their Doors on Christmas

This Christmas, no prayers will be said in several megachurches around the country. Even though the holiday falls this year on a Sunday, when churches normally host thousands for worship, pastors are canceling services, anticipating low attendance on what they call a family day.

Critics within the evangelical community, more accustomed to doing battle with department stores and public schools over keeping religion in Christmas, are stunned by the shutdown.

It is almost unheard of for a Christian church to cancel services on a Sunday, and opponents of the closures are accusing these congregations of bowing to secular culture.

"This is a consumer mentality at work: `Let's not impose the church on people. Let's not make church in any way inconvenient,'" said David Wells, professor of history and systematic theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, a leading evangelical school in Hamilton, Mass. "I think what this does is feed into the individualism that is found throughout American culture, where everyone does their own thing."

The churches closing on Christmas plan multiple services in the days leading up to the holiday, including on Christmas Eve. Most normally do not hold Christmas Day services, preferring instead to mark the holiday in the days and night before. However, Sunday worship has been a Christian practice since ancient times.

Cally Parkinson, a spokeswoman for Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Ill., said church leaders decided that organizing services on a Christmas Sunday would not be the most effective use of staff and volunteer resources. The last time Christmas fell on a Sunday was 1994, and only a small number of people showed up to pray, she said.

"If our target and our mission is to reach the unchurched, basically the people who don't go to church, how likely is it that they'll be going to church on Christmas morning?" she said.

Among the other megachurches closing on Christmas Day are Southland Christian Church in Nicholasville, Ky., near Lexington, and Fellowship Church in Grapevine, Texas, outside of Dallas. North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Ga., outside of Atlanta, said on its Web site that no services will be held on Christmas Day or New Year's Day, which also falls on a Sunday. A spokesman for North Point did not respond to requests for comment.

The closures stand in stark contrast to Roman Catholic parishes, which will see some of their largest crowds of the year on Christmas, and mainline Protestant congregations such as the Episcopal, Methodist and Lutheran churches, where Sunday services are rarely if ever canceled.

Cindy Willison, a spokeswoman for the evangelical Southland Christian Church, said at least 500 volunteers are needed, along with staff, to run Sunday services for the estimated 8,000 people who usually attend. She said many of the volunteers appreciate the chance to spend Christmas with their families instead of working, although she said a few church members complained.

"If we weren't having services at all, I would probably tend to feel that we were too accommodating to the secular viewpoint, but we're having multiple services on Saturday and an additional service Friday night," Willison said. "We believe that you worship every day of the week, not just on a weekend, and you don't have to be in a church building to worship."

Troy Page, a spokesman for Fellowship Church, said the congregation was hardly shirking its religious obligations. Fellowship will hold 21 services in four locations in the days leading up to the holiday. Last year, more than 30,000 worshippers participated. "Doing them early allows you to reach people who may be leaving town Friday," Page said.

These megachurches are not alone in adjusting Sunday worship to accommodate families on Christmas. But most other congregations are scaling back services instead of closing their doors.

First Baptist Church in Daytona Beach, Fla., led by the Rev. Bobby Welch, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, will hold one service instead of the usual two. New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colo., led by the Rev. Ted Haggard, president of the National Association of Evangelicals, will hold one Sunday service instead of the typical three.

*First of all, I'm not convinced that December 25th is truly the date of the first Christmas, but nevertheless, that's the day we celebrate it and as such I feel a little bit ashamed. Regardless of how one feels about this, keep in mind that at the very least, the world is watching. Sunday is supposed to be a special day. A day set aside as the first fruits of the week, to sacrifice our time to devote for worship. For many, this is a struggle on a weekly basis.

The definition of a sacrifice = Forfeiture of something highly valued for the sake of one considered to have a greater value or claim.

So which is of greater value? What could be a greater sacrifice than giving God time on what is considered the most material holiday of the year, the most significant single day to all Christians and the greatest opportunity for evangelism to non-believers?

More evidence that church and God are no longer synonymous.


lj | Saturday, December 10, 2005 | |



Thursday, December 08, 2005
Other LOTR v. Narnia Comparisons


lj | Thursday, December 08, 2005 | |




Is Narnia the Next Lord of the Rings?



No doubt many will be making these comparisons between Narnia and Middle Earth, and whether fair or not, the similarities between the franchises will only encourage it. There are definite differences. However, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien were in fact contemporaries, having both been influenced by each others works. This is confirmed by their regular meetings together called the Inklings," a group of writers who convened at The Eagle and Child Pub in order to "drink beer and discuss their books in process." Lewis proved an invaluable literary "accountability partner," as he prompted Tolkien to finish and publish both The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit."

Tolkien is actually credited with introducing God and Christianity to Lewis, yet it has been said that "Tollers" (Tolkien) thought Lewis's works were too allegorical.

Nevertheless, here is an interesting link exploring the similarities between the movies behind both their creative lands, the Land of Narnia and Middle Earth.


lj | Thursday, December 08, 2005 | |



Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Would Jesus Honk His Horn?

Seems like a ludicrous question but has definitely crossed my mind from time to time. Now that I drive an hour one way to work every day, I have met some of the world's worst drivers, usually when I'm running late. I don't particularly like using my horn and I am not at the ready, waiting for every little transgression. But if it's really bad...you will incur my wrath. And when I blow, you will know.

One particular driving genius made my acquaintence on the way to work the other morning. It was a school zone, 45 mph, yellow lights flashing, 4 lane highway and each lane occupied. This einstein decides to wait until I am 3 feet in front of him to pull out in my lane. I didn't think twice, I laid on the horn for a least 5 seconds....and that's the mississippi kind.

That's when I wondered....would Jesus blow his horn? I know we are to exhibit christlikeness in all areas of life, even in our cars. I don't think that means cute bumper stickers but what does it mean? Whatever it is, I'm not there yet. I'm definitely an offensive rather than a defensive driver. And I have no patience for someone who gets behind the wheel without a clue. That includes extremely slow drivers. I'm not talking those who drive the speed limit, I'm talking tractor and farm equipment slow.

Why do slow drivers prefer the left lane on the interstate? Why do they prefer the bypass? Isn't a bypass for someone who is in a hurry? Wasn't it created for those that want to get where they are going, quicker? If you are not in a hurry, why take a road called a bypass?

Not long after my incident the other day, a few minutes later I met a pack of slow motion vehicles that were apparently performing the opposite of a race. It was raining which for some reason they thought was impenetrable by their own car so as they crawled and I became even later for work (having left in plenty of time mind you), I came up with a new bumper sticker idea:

"If you can't drive in the rain, ride in the right lane!"

I don't know if Jesus would honk His horn, but I'm pretty sure that would be His bumper sticker.



lj | Wednesday, December 07, 2005 | |



Thursday, December 01, 2005
Straight Out of Narnia



"[O]n December 9, a whole new generation will be wowed by the big-screen adaptation of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the first book in Lewis's Narnia series.

A brilliant scholar, Lewis was an avowed atheist until the age of 31, when a series of heated debates with his fellow professors at Oxford challenged him to rethink his beliefs. After his conversion, Lewis went on to become the greatest Christian apologist of the century. He convincingly presented the case for Christianity like no one ever had—ably defending the faith and refuting the arguments of the most clever atheists and agnostics. Lewis's approach was so effective—he led so many members of the intellectual and academic community to faith in Christ—that the media dubbed him "the apostle to the skeptics." He wrote books on theology, faith, and the Christian life, including Mere Christianity, The Problem of Pain, and The Screwtape Letters.

But to children all over the world, he is best known as the beloved author of The Chronicles of Narnia."

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* I plan to do a lot of Narnia blogging in the next few weeks. I am reading the books and really looking forward to the movies.


lj | Thursday, December 01, 2005 | |



Thursday, November 24, 2005
Happy Thanksgiving



Oh yeah and Go Cowboys!


lj | Thursday, November 24, 2005 | |



Tuesday, November 22, 2005
Best Worst Buy

Argh. Why must my life be so complicated?



I bought my parents a Tivo for Christmas. Simple enough. I figured I would get it set up early, let them get used to it and also get my rebate sent in early since it takes up to TEN WEEKS to get it back.

Install Tivo. Check.

Activate Tivo...uh..wait a minute. I've got a little problem.

My parents have Time Warner cable and I decided not to go with their dvr since I have heard so many horror stories. I also like the user friendly features tivo offers. I mention this because it is the beginning of my frustration.

Tivo can be used with digital cable. Best Worst Buy offers Tivos. Only Tivo can activate the service. Worst Buy offered a free 3 month subscription to Tivo with a purchase between November 12-16th. Ironically, no one at Worst Buy knows anything about it. Tivo recommends you use the gift card before you sign up for your service. You have to sign up for your service before you can get a rebate. I didn't get a gift card but I was supposed to, still with me?

So before I can get my rebate, I have to get my parents to sign up for their yearly subscription to Tivo. Before they can do that, they have to use the gift subscription otherwise it won't work. Before they can use the gift subscription, I have to get it from Worst Buy. Oy.

So after work I head over there, already peeved with them for not giving me the card in the first place. When we bought the Tivo there a few days ago it took over 45 minutes to check us out because they didn't know how to work the register. So I explain my situation to a guy in the electronics section, knowing full well that I would be sharing this story multiple times that night until it was resolved. I was right. Finally a manager got involved and tried to blow me off but I wasn't going anywhere. An hour later I got her to admit she didn't know where the cards were but if I would come back the next night she would have it waiting for me. So she took my name and number and I left empty handed.

Only one problem, I didn't get her name. Oh boy. So when I went back the next night I had to wait in line at the "Geek Squad" counter, which is aptly named by the way, while some guy was returning 20 Xbox controllers to a cashier who was in training. Wait, it gets better.

So finally I get up to the counter (35 minutes later) and I explain my story. Then she asks who I talked to. Here is our exchange:
"Who did you talk to?"
"I don't remember her name, I think she was a manager, she said she would have the card waiting for me."
"What did she look like?"
(At this point, all I could remember was that she was a black lady so I didn't answer the question because the cashier was also an african american; Sorry, I didn't know what to say.)
So, mercifully sensing my hesitation to look racist she blurts out, "Well, was she black?"
I let out a sigh of relief like Lassie trying to explain a story. "Yes," I said.

Then I was completely taken off guard by her next words. This is verbatim our conversation:
"Was she darker than me?"
"What? What do you want me to say?" I said with a forced smile. "I think so, I didn't really pay attention."
At this point I couldn't believe at how surreal this all was. I felt like I was in a Seinfeld episode. "George is gettin' upset!"

Finally the woman I had talked to the previous evening came around and I pointed to her, and shouted, "There she is. That's her," I said, like I was the only witness to a crime. And instead of being relieved that this was all over, the cashier said, "She's not darker than I am!"

Just give me the card....please?

Finally I get the card and head home, feeling victorious and proud of my race relations.

Then I called Tivo. The card doesn't work. I have to go back. Haha. Not funny.


lj | Tuesday, November 22, 2005 | |



Sunday, November 20, 2005
Sometimes You Just Have to Be Good Enough to Win


Cowboys Improve to 7-3 Despite Sloppy Win Over Lions
They don't all have to be pretty. And that's good, because the Cowboys' 20-7 win over the Lions here Sunday was far from perfect, but good enough to get the Cowboys to 7-3 after their third consecutive win. Full Article.

The Cowboys have kept me on pins and needles this year. Most of their wins AND losses have been close games. In fact, a quick look at their record will reaveal that they are not far off from being undefeated. Their main achilles has been an inability to put away the game in the final minutes. Two of the three losses came while being ahead for most of the game. There is the infamous Monday night game with the Redskins and had the game well in hand against a good Seahawks team but lost it by a field goal in the final seconds. Their other loss came to the Raiders on the road when a 4th down pass fell incomplete at the goal line. The margin of all losses has been by less than a touchdown.

At this point, I am almost glad they are not undefeated. I don't think they've played well enough to be that kind of team, but they certainly have the potential. They are sitting in a good spot right now. The Redskins lost again (Woohoo). It's almost impossible to figure them out but they are a full 2 games behind Dallas and I'm sure December 18th looms large for Big D.You have to win the ugly ones and the sexy ones. Today's game was ugly. Thursday is Thanksgiving, and there's nothing sexier than football on Thanksgiving. Denver will be a difficult test. [Insert lame turkey joke here]


lj | Sunday, November 20, 2005 | |



Saturday, October 29, 2005
WNBA star Swoopes says she's gay

* One interesting piece of the article was her take on whether she was born this way or not. A lot of people won't like her answer:
" "Do I think I was born this way? No," Swoopes said. "And that's probably confusing to some, because I know a lot of people believe that you are."

Swoopes, who was married and has an 8-year-old son, said her 1999 divorce "wasn't because I'm gay."

She said her reason for coming out now is merely because she wants to be honest."

While I admire her honesty, I am not surprised. I have been telling people for years that the WNBA is gay. Now maybe they'll believe me.


lj | Saturday, October 29, 2005 | |



Friday, October 28, 2005
Funny Farm Friday

My wife and I are going to see Saw II tonight. I thought this comic was appropriate. We plan to eat before the movie. I'm suddenly in the mood for chicken.


Have a great weekend.


lj | Friday, October 28, 2005 | |



Thursday, October 27, 2005
Get Firefox and Thunderbird

If you're still using your mom and dad's Internet Explorer, you're missing out. Firefox is one of most revolutionary things I have downloaded. Tivo revolutionized the way I watched TV. Firefox revolutionized the way I surf the net.

It is an integrated browser that has many great features and is adding to them daily. Browse numerous websites using tabs within your browser window. Better and more improved speed, popup blocking, privacy, and security than any other browser out there.

Get Firefox!


While you're at it, check out Thunderbird. Thunderbird is not just a car. After years of using Outlook and Outlook Express, I became increasingly annoyed with junk mail. Outlook is just not set up to handle junk mail period. I didn't wan to change, it was a hassle. But now I will never go back. Wouldn't it be nice to have a junk mail or spam blocker similar to some of the web email programs? You can with Thunderbird. Try it out. The worse that can happen is you won't like it and you can delete it. I can almost guarantee that won't happen.

Get Thunderbird!


lj | Thursday, October 27, 2005 | |



Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Protesting that just doesn't make sense



Iraq war foes ready for 2,000th military death

Cindy Sheehan, the military mother who made her son's death in Iraq a rallying point for the anti-war movement, plans to tie herself to the White House fence to protest the milestone of 2,000 U.S. military deaths in Iraq.

"I'm going to go to Washington, D.C. and I'm going to give a speech at the White House, and after I do, I'm going to tie myself to the fence and refuse to leave until they agree to bring our troops home," Sheehan said in a telephone interview last week as the milestone approached.

"And I'll probably get arrested, and when I get out, I'll go back and do the same thing," she said.

The death toll among U.S. military forces since the March 2003 invasion stood at 1,996 on Sunday.

The milestone's approach prompted plans for hundreds of other demonstrations across the United States, but for Sheehan, each military death in the Iraqi war has been a tragedy.

"To me, every single member since Number One has been tragic and needless and unnecessary," she said. "My son was somewhere around 615, and I've been working so hard for peace since my son was killed and now almost 1,400 more soldiers have been killed since Casey died."

Army Specialist Casey Sheehan was killed in Iraq on April 4, 2004.

Beyond Sheehan's plans, a candlelight vigil is planned at the White House to mourn the 2,000-death milestone. Hundreds of other demonstrations are scheduled for the day after the milestone number is reached.

* Those who oppose the war in Iraq are actually waiting for 4 more people to die, people who are soldiers and Americans, so they protest in unison. Somehow this milestone will give their protest more gravity. As the self proclaimed leader of these protestors, Sheehan has big things planned for the milestone. Wow, what a patriot. {sarcasm} I say leave her tied to the fence. Maybe the pound will pick her up before the police.


lj | Tuesday, October 25, 2005 | |



Friday, October 21, 2005
Between the cushions

Between the cushions is updated. Until I get my links worked out, this will have to do.


lj | Friday, October 21, 2005 | |




Funny Farm Friday

As a new feature and for personal self amusement, I plan to post a funny picture/comic every friday. Remember...humor is subjective.

Ps - if you are involved in fantasy sports, don't forget there is a game Friday night, KC vs. Miami, to avoid hurricane Fred Wilma.

Here's to a great weekend.







lj | Friday, October 21, 2005 | |



Thursday, October 20, 2005
If You Take a Leek, Beware

Belgian police warned thieves Friday who made off with leeks from a vegetable farm: don't eat them -- they could be toxic.

The robbers stole 440 pounds of leeks, a main ingredient of Vichyssoise soup, but police warned that the vegetables should have stayed in the ground another six weeks to be safe after treatment with toxic pesticides.

Police told consumers to beware of leeks with a strange smell which could indicate they were from the stolen batch from the farm in the West Flanders town of Izegem, Belga news agency said.

~So let me get this straight...if you take a leek, make sure it doesn't smell strange or it could be toxic? Got it.


lj | Thursday, October 20, 2005 | |



Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Victory is Mine!

I come bearing a gift. My first attempt at carving a pumpkin using shading. It's not perfect but it will be enough for world domination! The Pattern I used was from The Pumpkin Wizard. Check it out.



Imbecile! Freeze it, then cut it, and if you question me again I'll put you on diaper detail and I promise I won't make it easy for you.




Stewie: If I choose to make stool in my pants right now, you're the only one here to change me. What do you think of that, hmm?
Brian: I'm not going to change you.
Stewie: What?
Brian: I said, I'm not going to change you.
Stewie: You can't be serious. Well, what if I make a fudgie? Well, I just won't. I just won't that's all. I just won't. Blast! I just did.


lj | Wednesday, October 19, 2005 | |




Outer Banks 2005

Here are some pictures of our vacation in Duck this past September. Click play to start the slideshow. Enjoy.


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lj | Wednesday, October 19, 2005 | |



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