Archive | June, 2009

TWFW: There’s Nothing Wrong With Denominations

June 24, 2009

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I often hear Christians and unbelievers alike, decrying denominations. “Every church thinks it is the right church!” “If God is real, why are there so many different churches and denominations?” “The Christians have too many factions and varying groups, so something must be wrong!” I don’t have any problem with denominations. I don’t think there […]

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So I Hate the FTC Bill. So I’m in the National News

June 23, 2009

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The Associated Press story has been released. I was interviewed by Deborah Yao of the Philadelphia branch a few weeks ago, concerning the new FTC ruling set for this summer (their proposed guidelines are here, it opens as a pdf file). In a nutshell, the FTC intends on hunting down bloggers who write paid posts: […]

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Bitter Harvest: The Government Would Never Do That!

June 23, 2009

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I saw the movie Bitter Harvest recently. It was made in 1981, and stars Ron Howard and Art Carney. It is based on a true story, and is along the same story line as A Civil Action in 1998 (also based on a true story) starring John Travolta. It’s the realization that this story is […]

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Back By Popular Demand: Destroy Your Enemy With Nerf

June 21, 2009

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This older post of mine has been getting some attention in the search engines. Maybe people are looking for this cool game because it is a summertime activity. It’s one of my favorite product reviews, and since it’s an older one that some of you may have missed, I thought I’d be lazy and not […]

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Outstanding Computer Deals

June 20, 2009

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My youngest son just turned 13. šŸ˜€ I am now officially a “mature” mom. Haha. It’s actually great having kids this age– they are articulate, hilariously funny (and they understand MY jokes, too), and they can no do ALLL the dirty household work that I don’t want to do! šŸ˜€ Yep, having teenagers is SO […]

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Call Me an Unbeliever

June 20, 2009

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I found this story, about mysterious crop circle, recently: A 600ft jellyfish pattern has appeared in a barley field in Kingstone Coombes, Oxfordshire, in what is one of the most intriguing crop circles ever seen in Britain. The vast pattern appeared in the field last week and experts are claiming it to be the first […]

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Search the e-Book Library

June 19, 2009

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Homeschoolers and Lovers of Educations and Books everywhere, hear ye, hear ye! This is one of the greatets educational resources you will have. If you are anything like me and my kids, we do a LOT of research online, we read a LOT of online books. My daughter, a budding historian, is an expert at […]

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What Is This About Pet Insurance?

June 19, 2009

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I saw a post about pet insurance at the blog Maria Michelle’s Furkids. One of her cats, Coco, has been ill with cancer, and I’ve been following the ordeal of her treatments with a mixture of shock and awe. Awe, that a cat could get cancer (I guess it just never occurred to me), and […]

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A Cool Contest

June 19, 2009

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Hey, do you like contests? Do you like energy drinks?? M-m-m-meeee-e-e t-t-t-ooooo! Hee! Have you ever tried BluFrog Energy Drink? I have. Honestly, I don’t think I need more energy than I already have. I’m kinda frantic and kinetic as it is! BluFrog drink tastes something like 7-Up without the fizz, like lemon-lime soda without […]

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A Review of Amy Knapp’s Family Organizer

June 19, 2009

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Last year, after forgetting about numerous appointments and due dates for bills, I decided to shell out the bucks and buy a REAL organizer notebook. The sticky notes plastered all over my computer and desk just weren’t cutting it. I came to the realization that if I didn’t PAY for a good organizer that I […]

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