This post is filed under random miscellaneous.
A few of you have alerted me to authorities tracking down and finally arresting David Mabus, the anti-atheist, science-hating, death threatener. He’s never threatened us here despite that we’re the third largest atheist blog in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago.
My guess is Mabus feared this blog like nothing else, and it’s this blog that finally caused him to turn himself in … even though he didn’t turn himself in. He wants you to think he was arrested.
Read the some of the story here.
Above is my co-scorekeeper from last night’s pool match. I lost my game, in case you were wondering. I played alright, but the other guy played better. When your team doesn’t have enough players, your team can play one player twice. My opponent played again at the end of the night, and he was missing straight in shots. It made me feel better that if I would have played him later in the evening after he boozed it up, I would have probably kicked his ass since I was sober at the end of the night.
Many of you know that Tina and I have been running a bit more lately. We signed up for a 5K that got rained out about two months ago. Since then, we’ve been pushing ourselves to hit the trails/gym just a tad bit more.
When Aaron was up, he and I ran six miles one day. I wish I had a running buddy like that every day, but the next best thing is a smart phone application called Runkeeper.
Aaron and now regular-reader Luis V. have the app, and we can see each others activities in a social media style layout.
It’s cool, because you can see each others path using a google map. Xina, if you run with your phone, maybe you should get it too.
My goal is to run a 5K race soon. And then after that a 10K. I don’t know if I care to train for a marathon, but I would like to at least run a half marathon. Right now, having two goals is good enough for me.
A few of you have weighed in on the toilet situation, and I appreciate it. I may have slacked on off the amount of information I gave, because there have been different interpretations and responses for the information I gave.
I’m wondering if there’s not a small hole in something and it’s like breaking a straw. You know if you crack a straw. One second you can sip efficiently, and once broken, it takes more suck power … to fill your mouth … with the cream … sweet goodness … of a milkshake!
Huh, Imagine that, a written document that can be interpreted in several different ways by several different people. Now where have I seen this before? Hell, I have mixed messages from the “professionals”.
How is it that anyone takes eyewitness accounts seriously? A video with Neil DeGrasse Tyson comes to mind. You can watch it again here.
I’m off to finish some work. You need to be productive, too.