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Stardate 73706.1: Fifteenth day of social distancing – Christian Article

Oooo… we’re halfway the-ere. Woo ohhh. Livin’ on a prayer. Thank you 90s hottie. 15 days down, 15 to go? I hope so. The news on this virus was terrible today. Terrifying really. NY is a week ahead of us. Good Lord it could be bad here. Meanwhile in Rolando we can’t manage to keep people out of the park? Stop playing basketball! Playing basketball is not social distancing. Here in McLandia we are all healthy, the box of Pingüinos…

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Stardate 73708.8: Sixteenth day of social distancing – Christian Article

So let me get this straight. By mid-April the government is sending us all $1200? But today they announced we are supposed to stay locked up in our homes until the end of April? People are going to lose their minds! And I’m here for it. All of it. We’ve gone from watching reality shows on TV to the government turning 327 million Americans into reality show contestants, all broadcast for free on Zoom. In related news, pot shops and…

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Stardate 73714.2: Eighteenth day of social distancing – Christian Article

Is this a cruel joke? Are you all having fun and living life and just convinced those around me to participate in a grand ruse? A few months ago I had Jackson convinced that he was the star of Jackson TV, a 24/7/365 TV show about his life. Sadly I think both are false. Today I watched a man stand in front of a lectern and on live television try to convince us that he is doing a fine job…

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Stardate 73716.6: Nineteenth day of social distancing – Christian Article

Did you ever notice Charles Stanley has a really long index finger? I was thinking about that today. Google it and let me know what you think. Murray had to go to the vet today to get a prescription refilled. He did great. They told me they couldn’t take his temperature because he wouldn’t let them put the thermometer in his butt. They didn’t need to tell me that because I heard him growl at them from the waiting room.…

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The Villain in My Own Story – Christian Article

Here’s something coaching others has taught me: We’re often as much our own villain as we are our own hero. That’s absolutely true of my life. No one believes in me as much as I believe in myself. And no one doubts me like I doubt myself. It’s as simple and complex as that. For me, confidence and self-doubt are tangled like spaghetti in the same bowl. I have so much that I want to get done, that I want…

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Don’t forget the yeast – Adam McLane – Christian Article

A couple years back I was watching a cooking show on Netflix that talked about making sourdough breads. (Among other things) And in section of the show talking about making sourdoughs breads I learned something really interesting: You don’t need a sourdough starter… you can make your own. My interest was peaked. Really? I thought part of what was cool about sourdough was that someone had to share a starter with you. Nope… in fact, you could start your own…

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On Mother’s Day – Adam McLane – Christian Article

Awkward day for complementarians. — Adam McLane (@mclanea) May 12, 2019 Seriously, though… Published by Adam McLane Adam McLane is a partner at The Youth Cartel, co-author of A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Social Media, blogger of 10+ years, and a fan of all things San Diego State University Aztecs. View more posts This is Only a Snippet of a Christian Article written by Adam McLane Read Full Article

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Here’s why I’m a NO on Prop 10 on the California ballot – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); Sign-up to get new posts delivered to your inbox. Continuing my trip through the California ballot, here’s why I am NO on Prop 10: There’s a reason rent control is used as an example of bad ideas in every economics class, it’s a bad idea. Controlling the price and supply of something just raises prices because it artificially inflates demand. (Anyone who has ever tried to buy a Nintendo product near Christmas has learned…

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Here’s why I’m NO on Prop 6

Sign-up to get new posts delivered to your inbox. Here’s why I’m NO on Prop 6: Prop 6 would take an existing power away from the legislature to do what they do… impose fees and levy taxes to pay for stuff. In this case, each time the legislature would want to impose a new fee or tax on vehicles voters would have to approve it. Hogwash, that’s why we elect a legislature. Generally speaking, I’m in favor of levying taxes…

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