BofA CEO Brian Moynihan ‘Incensed’ People Don’t Recognize ‘How Much Good’ His Employees Do http://goo.gl/NPAeX | Oh what a wretched ass this man is !
I stole these pics from the daughters’ facebooks today. Pics mostly this past summer and into fall….
I’ve been lusting after a notebook computer I saw in Best Buy but the simple fact of the matter is that I am financially unable to buy it at the present time. I’m already too deep in debt and I certainly don’t have the cash to buy it. I probably could charge it but that would not be wise.
The real question though is why should I buy it ? Continue reading
I was on hold with the IRS for about 40 minutes ! Finally someone came on line and set me up with a payment plan. I even got a lot of work done too today !
The corporation: the pathological … – Joel Bakan – Google Books | I read this several years ago finding it quite interesting and enlightening. The basic premise is that corporations are psychopaths; having no regard for anyone or anything other than their profits….
Went to church early this morning. Now I shall do some more of the work I brought home from the office. And then…..
I brought some work home from the office for the weekend; so I better get to it before the day wastes away…..
Bungee jumping and skydiving ! Oh my, is there a third option ?
I have done neither bungee jumping nor skydiving and I am quite content with that. If for some odd reason I were to be compelled to do one or the other, I would prefer to go skydiving because I would prefer a smooth experience rather than getting bounced up and down like a yo-yo !
http://goo.gl/vZrQB Read my essay “My Thoughts on War” and feel free to leave your comments….
http://goo.gl/tWU9U My week in San Diego pics….
Experimental Theology: John 13: A Story from the Prison Study | Read this for an awesome example of living out the teachings of Jesus….
A couple of good articles I read today: Experimental Theology: The Slavery of Death: Part 11, The Pornography of Death and Experimental Theology: On Walden Pond: “For My Greatest Skill Has Been to Want But Little.”.