Monthly Archives: September 2005

sorely vexed

“Vexed. I’m sorely vexed,” said Commodus to his sister. No, not really. That’s just one of the lines in Gladiator that cracks me up. Don’t know why I thought of it. Maybe Joaquin Phoenix (who’s set to play Johnny Cash … Continue reading

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musings

Mornings can be brutal. Especially when you seem to be caught in a pointless hurry. I arrived at work thirty minutes early in order to set up for a breakfast meeting, but when I got there, it was already done. … Continue reading

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What’s the most random place you’ve been hit on? I can now say at a red light. We were both stopped at this light, and our windows were down. “Bonsoir,” came a French accent. (I know this sounds completely cheesy, … Continue reading

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Sigur Ros

I had a delightful surprise last night. Practically free tickets to see Sigur Ros at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at 8. Nevermind the fact that I had to get up for work at 5:30 the next morning, forget that crazy … Continue reading

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the wafer Christ

I’ve been reading “Velvet Elvis: Repainting the Christian Faith,” by Rob Bell, and though it comes as a surprise to me, I’m very much enjoying it. Never one to read much Christian non-fiction, I’m finding myself caught up in it, … Continue reading

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