I want to lead off this blog entry with a most excellent joke my son played on his teacher.
Yes, my son, 10 – got another straight A report card in his fifth-grade class. This after the school skipped him ahead from third grade to fifth.
So anyway, the child recently studied the periodic table of the elements and “Scooby Doo II – Monsters Unleashed.”
Anyone familiar with the movie will note the appearance of the element “randomonium.”
The boy put the two together.
Seeing as how memorizing the periodic table is a daunting task even for adults, he prompted his teaacher for help finding “randomonium.”
The teacher shuffled papers and a looked in a book before the class’s snickerings alerted him.
Coming to his senses, he remembered where the “element” made its appearance. Thankfully, in my view at least, my son’s sense of humor was acknowledged and appreciated rather than punished.
Okay, so here we go.
Over here John Shore gets mad at Adam for his choice in produce http://johnshoreland.com/2008/04/28/if-we-were-descended-from-apes-at-least-i-wouldnt-have-to-work/
Michelle relays what love is here … http://considerjesus.wordpress.com/2008/04/28/true-love/ and Ric Booth makes us ponder craving everything here … http://ricbooth.wordpress.com/2008/04/25/craving-everything/ .
Jim’s linking to a thought-provoking video over here http://lordibelievehelpmyunbelief.blogspot.com/2008/04/whither-church.html and Jeff is processing pain inflicted by institutionalized Christians – no, wait – “Institutional Christianity” over here … http://jmcq.blogspot.com/2008/04/processing-pain.html
Brant moves Kamp Krusty over here http://branthansen.typepad.com/letters_from_kamp_krusty/2008/04/sorry-no-postin.html and to end our browsing we jump over to the lolcats on the blogroll at right.
Oh, and I found this useful blog entry later
This just in. Just found this blog entry that looks extremely useful http://seedlingsinstone.blogspot.com/2008/02/golden-opportunity-talk-to-top-editors.html
while once again indulging in insomnia, praying for my friend Gary Spengler who has ties to Suffolk, Va., – a town hit by tornado earlier today – and wondering where Gary might be these days.
Goodnight and God’s Peace.