Since I don’t have time to cover everything in depth, here are some samplings from the blogosphere and beyond.

Enjoy. 🙂

Apparently I’m a “bilious” Choleric. What medieval disposition are you?

Be sure to check out the winners of the Evangelical

Blog Awards and Catholic Blog Awards.

Rumsfeld offered to

quit. Why oh why didn’t Bush accept his resignation?!?

Coffee Swirls describes “Invalid

Reasons to Follow Any Belief System”. They’re worth reading and discussing. (On a side note, isn’t the

site design great? I wish someone could design something nice like that for me.)

Powerball gives us a

chronology of Christian denomination foundings.

There’s a cool new Firefox plugin that

allows you to open several links at once.

Fellow AI geeks should appreciate this

Turing machine made from a model railroad.

This Christian parody of “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-lot, called “Baby Got Book”, cracks me up.

Those unfamiliar with restless leg syndrom (RLS), should read this article. I

have a mild case of RLS. Thankfully it’s not as bad as my mom’s. She in turn forturnate that her symptoms are

not as bad as her mother’s.

Bob Casey Democrats might be interested in reading this editorial by failed DNC

Chair candidate Tim Roemer.

Theomorph is “still waiting to be chilled, shocked, appalled, revolted, or otherwise put off by abortion,

cloning, and embryonic stem cell research”. Read “Unshocked, Unappalled,

and Unafraid” to find out why. Understanding folks like him might help the pro-life movement reach

more skeptics.

If only Governor Rendell would actually say these words.

This page is an interesting work of art created in

real time with your help. It’s suprisingly addicting and a heck of a lot more interesting than the schlock I

saw being passed off as art at the Carnegie

Internationale exhibit.

UFO over Hawaii?!?

Smokers need not apply.

Female deacons in the Greek Orthodox Church?


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