...and Now I Have No Time

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"Three hundred lives of men I walk this earth and now I have no time."

~Gandalf the White

Okay, so it's more like: "40 hours of work this week, so now I have no time." <smile>

I've been accumulating links this week, so instead of sharing any new deep thoughts of my own I will merely link to other content:

There is now a free online audio Bible available (which is pretty cool, but requires Real Player... <ugh>)


In other news, the Center for Disease Control set up their very own MySpace page. I wonder how many of my tax dollars went into building that? They currently have 705 friends, which is fairly impressive, but I can't imagine it was worth the money.


And finally, today's

Kerfuffle: a commotion, esp. one caused by conflicting views

Brought to you by Catherine

...which actually has a lot to do with what my dad has been blogging about recently.

Oh, and I forgot to tell you all about my latest Heart of the Matter article. If you haven't read it, I always like comments over there too <smile>.

Have a great weekend and I'll see you all on Monday!

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Expectant Father

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3 Responses to ...and Now I Have No Time

  1. Lisa says:

    Kerfuffle is one of my favorite words! Not quite sure who would want to be friends with the Center for Disease Control LOL


  2. mom says:

    After reading through your Dad's blog, I think that kerfuffle would be too mild of a word to use for the situation your parents have been through! YIKES! I've only heard wonderful things about Sonlight materials and I doubt this situation will change what people who use it already know!

    Tammy ~@~

  3. Luke says:

    Lisa, well, currently there are 702 people who were happy to friends with the CDC. ...I'm not one of them though <smile>. That page is not the best use of my taxes, but, then again, few things are. Come to think of it: Only one thing could be the best use of my taxes, so there are a lot of things that fall into "less than ideal" category <smile>.

    Tammy, I completely agree. I've seen quite a bit of support for Sonlight after this mess went public... which is cool. But, yes, "yikes" is right. We live in a crazy world. <smile>


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