…the phrase “ask Todd Maberry” is almost on an equal plane with “Google it.”
"The Word became flesh and dwelt among us,” John’s gospel says. Jesus moved into the neighborhood, and it wasn’t necessarily good for property values."
Interesting observation. I guess I would underline the awkward—as opposed to condescending or morally suspect—nature of such comments. Strikes me as taking the Sunday School answer to any question (Jesus!) to an illogical (perhaps irreverential?) extreme.
Aside from the committee name change (which strikes yours truly as a little silly), these seem like pretty good changes.
This + MSCONFIG = faster computer (mostly on start-up)
I’ve always wanted a list like this so I can turn off everything that isn’t strictly necessary
My personal favorite:
Verily I say unto thee that thou shoudst read this article…
It is nice to see public servants display humility.
A chuckle-worthy explanation of how Santa’s Workshop collects data to determine Naughty/Nice lists and what they do with in once they have it.
Your information is also used in connection with delivering the kinds of goods and services you’ve come to expect from Santa, including but not limited to toys, games, good cheer, merriment, Christmas spirit, seasonal joy, and holly jollyness.
And a word on who gets to see Santa’s lists…
Our affiliates include partners of Santa’s Workshop who are actively involved in making Christmas happen. They include toy-making elves, flying reindeer, and Jesus. Non-affiliated third parties might include the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and Hanukkah Harry.
Why Chapel Hill, North Carolina, may be the South’s most civilized town (except when it comes to basketball)
As both a long time Chapel Hill resident and carpetbagging non-Southerner, I greatly enjoyed this perspective on my fair city.
Hats off to Elizabeth Cooper (who included a great Thomas Wolf quote in her post)
Warning…mythbusters may use colorful and explosive language at times. But it is nonetheless hilarious (and kinda disturbing at the same time).