Monthly Archives: September 2007

You can lead a dog to…

…water, but you can’t make her swim!

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Isaiah 40:15

This image was taken by the Voyager 1 space probe on Feb. 14, 1990, while more than 4,000,000,000 miles from Earth. The left-hand colorful section is rotated and enlarged below. Do you see the small dot in the pink band … Continue reading

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My “ecological footprint.”

HERE ARE YOUR FOOTPRINT RESULTS:CATEGORY GLOBAL ACRESFOOD 4.2MOBILITY 1.7SHELTER 5.2GOODS/SERVICES 6.2TOTAL FOOTPRINT 17IN COMPARISON, THE AVERAGE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT IN YOUR COUNTRY IS 24 GLOBAL ACRES PER PERSON. WORLDWIDE, THERE EXISTS 4.5 BIOLOGICALLY PRODUCTIVE GLOBAL ACRES PER PERSON.IF EVERYONE LIVED LIKE … Continue reading

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Zombies! Career Options

A surprisingly large number of career options were presented at the Zombie Walk. Farmer Dog Walker Photographer/Videographer Being a solider was quite popular. The medical profession has obvious benefits. Lumberjack

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State Fair Photographs

The weather was sunny and hot that afternoon (2007 Aug. 8), but the crowds were still strong and sweaty. Before Weird Al’s concert, I walked around the fair and stopped at the dairy exhibit for a chocolate shake. I learned … Continue reading

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The Last Days

“But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty. For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not … Continue reading

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Blank Elevation Marker from Camping Trip

From the camping trip, you may remember this photograph, which shows an elevation marker, which I was informed should be called a “benchmark.” For some reason the Geological Survey neglected to stamp the elevation on this benchmark.A few days after … Continue reading

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Clothesline

It saves money, conserves energy, reduces pollution, and makes the neighborhood even more visually interesting.

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Camping (with photographs and surprises)

In preparation for the CGSA Camping Trip, Chris dried Jenny after she had gotten herself wet finding relief from the hot weather we had been experiencing. Our trip began when we left Columbus on Friday evening and ended when we … Continue reading

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Labor Day

I received the message below on Friday. It surprised me for two reasons. First, my life is sufficiently rhythmic and structured that I did not know labor day was coming. Second, this is one of the few times in my … Continue reading

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