Well, I just got home from a long day of school and can’t think of a better thing to do than listen to some good music. I can’t think of a better artist right now than one that I was recently introduced to by none other than the one and only Debbie Goddard! Did you know that Debbie knows how to play guitar? Well she does and I heard today’s Music Monday song, “Jerusalem” by Dan Bern, played by Debbie a few weeks back. She later sent me a list of Dan’s songs that will certainly be featured again.
I was given a link to this wonderful website by a coworker who hates the idea that some people don't think it's okay to wear jeans to work. I initially thought this was some study relating productivity to jeans vs. khakis or something. It is actually far godlier…
Let me tell you a tale of warning, that it might scare you straight, and back onto the path of truth and righteousness. Woe be me, who hath seen the terror, God's indubitable sign that says, "Your road doth lead to trembling." And tremble I did.
Elizabeth writes for Skeptic Freethought and started a series of articles called "101 Last Days Prophecies." She explains the story of how she came up with this idea when a classmate gave her a pamphlet of prophecies here. The following is her discussion of the first five prophecies.
I don't know about you, but all I heard this weekend on the radio was Nirvana. This is because this last Saturday was the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's second, and most popular, studio album, Nevermind. I have long been a fan of the early 90's grunge-gone-mainstream band and I clearly remember falling in love with Nirvana. It wasn't due to their wildly popular "Smells Like Teen Spirit" single. Rather, it was watching them perform the song "Lake of Fire" during their 1993 MTV Unplugged session.