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  1. This Woman Frightens Me

    No wonder they kept her under wraps. Sarah doesn't sound qualified enough to run a Wal-Mart, let alone a country.

    What's the Bush Doctrine? She doesn't know. Would she consider starting a shooting war with Russia? You bet. Does she think energy independence has something to do with national security? Ummm, duh.

    The idea of this woman running the most powerful nation on the planet or giving advice to its chief executive and commander in chief scares the daylights ...
  2. A Mac user using a PC? (Day 1)

    OK, so here is the deal....

    For the last few months I have been in need of a Windows machine. As you know I am a Mac fanatic but I need a Windows machine for testing purposes, mainly to view the websites that I create through the eyes of Internet Explorer. Yes it's true the Mac version of Safari has a feature that emulates different browsers and it will even emulate a PC running IE. But to do the type of testing I need to do I need to have an actual PC on hand. So I worked a deal ...
  3. Where have I been?


    I have been very busy with my job...phew! There is so much to learn and because of changes in management, I have only a short space of time to learn it all. What would normally be learnt over a few months must be completed in 1 month. Why does this always happen to me?

    I am also feeling very introspective at the moment. This happens from time to time as I heal wounds and old perspectives held since childhood. I am being refined. I am very familiar with this ...

    Updated September 11th, 2008 at 09:28 PM by Thunder's Muse

  4. Why I Think McCain Will Win This Thing

    Don't get me wrong; either way, we're electing a figurehead. At the national level, politics in this country increasingly becomes a beauty contest.

    All the same, as an observer to this spectacle, I think McCain stands a better shot of getting elected, and for a few reasons, that prospect really, really disturbs me.

    Michigan is a toss up: my birthstate's been reliably Democratic since 1992, yet Obama's barely tracking ahead there. If a state with high unemployment, ...
  5. The Big Bang and YEC

    Lately, I have been in deep thought about the problems the non-believing community faces when it comes to believing in God.

    The world believes, based on certain data, that our existence is possible apart from God. They point to the Big Bang Theory and Darwin's Theory of Evolution.

    As a Christian, it only seems right to withstand these theories as much as possible. Looking at them both, they seem to contradict everything we believe about God and the Bible.

    Updated July 14th, 2011 at 10:35 PM by patman

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