The graphic displayed on this post is old — March 2, 2011, in the Wall Street Journal. But I’ve held on to it because (1) the report that week on the dollar was excellent, and (2) well… That’s a great graphic! And it fits the news item today in the Wall Street Journal: “In 2011, … Continue reading
The UK’s Guardian had a great article by Larry Elliott (thanks to DC, who sent it to me). Nice that he notices America’s problems are not just economic but also moral (his words: “the US is in an advanced state of cultural decadence”). His final words: “Above all, America must rediscover the qualities that originally made it … Continue reading
Inspired by TW change, I’ve updated to a new theme.
Just dropping in quickly to say thanks to those who had submitted blog-related questions for the FAQ or “Q & A” page I plan on adding in the near future. That project is not forgotten! It’s just taking a breather while other priorities have their run of the place. I appreciate the questions I’ve received … Continue reading
…well, not exactly a “FAQ” page, since I’ll probably answer more kinds of questions than I am, truly, “frequently” asked. But there are questions that come up about this blog, and creating such a page seems a good way to answer them in a manner others can easily access. Do you have any questions about … Continue reading
I haven’t attempted to publish pictures from my mobile here on the blog before, but thought I would give it a shot. One of the little things I always enjoy on arriving in Charlotte while waiting for the rental shuttle is seeing this fountain statue.
“Again with the theme change? Dude! James 1:8!” I know, I know… I wanted something with a bigger font for those who said the last one was hard to read. I miss having to give up the real estate at the top for the title, as I liked the title in the picture, but the … Continue reading
Decided to tweek the visual theme of my blog — different fonts, etc. Still restoring some of the items on the right (e.g., the RSS feed for the telecast, which I cannot find). Let me know what you think. Not that I think you have nothing better to do, but, you know, just so you … Continue reading
Quick hit today, from a blog I came across a few days ago on WordPress. Don’t be too quick to negatively judge some of those big words you see on food labels… Behold, the ingredients of a strawberry.
I suppose if we really are going to go into all nations with the gospel of the Kingdom of God, this may be useful. In some way. Maybe.