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Atlantis: the domain of the Stingray
27Jun
2008
Fri
02:18
author: Stingray
category: My Ramblings
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Are These Guys Serious...?

God's Pottery

We've gotten into watching Last Comic Standing. There is this duo called God's Pottery whose act is to sing a song about Christianity. The thing is, the morals of their songs aren't all that far off—they are amazingly truthful. All the while, their act is funny.

Now, if you go to their web site, it's difficult to tell if their act is all that: an act. A search of their school, Christ our Leader College, yielded no results, so it would seem they are fake. Still, that doesn't mean that their act is entirely an act, just that their back-story is only a story.

They're kind of like Weird Al Yankovic to LOST AND FOUND.

15Jun
2008
Sun
12:12
author: Stingray
category: My Ramblings
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Thank You

a wish come true

Thank you, Genevieve: see here.

10Jun
2008
Tue
15:02
author: Stingray
category: My Ramblings
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What Month is It, Again?

check out our weather

Lincoln City Forecast for June 10, 2008

Though it's currently 51, our forecasted high for June 10 is 48. June. Let me say that again...June!

I love the weather here (seriously)!

3Jun
2008
Tue
13:04
author: Stingray
category: Sermons
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Third Sunday after Pentecost

Matthew 7:15-29

In the name of the Father and of the + Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Ask any builder or construction worker or architect or engineer...anyone who is involved in erecting a building, no matter the ground it is built on, and they will all tell you the same thing. In order for a building to stand straight and strong, it needs a solid and sound foundation. With a proper foundation in place, winds and waves may come and beat against it, floods and earthquakes make shake it to the core, but it will remain standing. As long as the foundation remains solid—no breaks or cracks and in one piece—the building will stand and withstand what it is designed to withstand. As long as the foundation remains sound—well built using the finest and correct building material—the building will stand and withstand what it is designed to withstand.

2Jun
2008
Mon
22:06
author: Stingray
category: Ubuntu
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Flock on Linux

So, I'm playing around with things and discovered that Flock is available for linux. Why I didn't know that before I'm not sure. So, I downloaded it and started it and tried setting it up so that I could publish to my web site from it. And it worked. Here I am posting from it, in fact.

Will I keep on doing this via Flock? Probably not. I'm not able to split an entry up so that only part of it displays on the front page (and the rest, thereby, accessible on an entry page). Nevermind that my default and preferred browser is Firefox. Still, it's kind of neat to be able to do this; so, I may do an occasional entry from Flock if I ever find myself using the browser again in the future.