Links for October 21, 2006

My favourite comedian, Stephen Colbert put Sarnia on the map on his show a couple days ago by talking smack about our OHL team, the Sarnia Sting, who are first place in our division. I got to go to the game tonight where we beat out Stephen Colbert’s favourite team, the Saginaw Spirit. It’s his favourite team because they named their mascot after him: Steagle Colbeagle the Eagle. He was a little bitter at the Sting and made fun of Sarnia because we are the kissing capital of the world, so he let us all know we can kiss his ass.
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Subversive Influence has a informative overview of Franklin Graham’s brutal words and his visit to Winnipeg. Going by the quote, and only the quote that he points out, it looks like Franklin is advocating nuking those people that follow those evil religions. Oh evil religions, how we hate you.
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Pomomusings has one of the best posts I’ve read in a long time. He redid the parable of the good samaritan and I can honestly say that I felt the same way the Jewish people must have felt after hearing it.
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Darryl Dash posts a story about a seminary student, which I think holds lots of relevance to my questions posted below. What is more important, truth or people.
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Joe talks about his new office at the Coffee Lodge. Starbucks is building two franchises in Sarnia in the next little bit. We don’t have any right now, but we do have the amazing Coffee Lodge. Four locations and true to Sarnia. I’ll be upset if Starbucks comes in and ruins it.
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Alastair has an amazing post (today was just a great day of blog reading) on Rape, Abortion and Heroism. “We want to believe in a morality that does not ask us to do the heroic thing.” Read more
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May as well link to Stephen Colbert twice. Here Colbert interviews another athiest “Our scientist tonight says he doesn’t believe in God, well you know what? He’ll have an eternity in hell to prove it.” Watch it on YouTube the 1.6 Billion dollar company that Google bought. Frig, I need to think up some good internet ideas. Via
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Jeremy Duncan on the journey process in the Kingdom of God.
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Cars, Cupholders and Complaining – An odd survey of church news from around the web
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Google is going Solar. It’s hard not to love Google. At least they are trying.

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