Monthly Archives: August 2010

Shining Light into the Shadow

I sat there. Stuck. In my living room. Wondering what to do with my day. My week. My life. We’ve all been there. There are times when it seems like all the choices you have, just don’t work. You could … Continue reading

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Gaming

Late last Thursday night, I saw an ad for an online world-building strategy game. I was in the mood to try something different. I clicked on the ad. And there went my life. An animated woman showed up to guide … Continue reading

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Two Robot Movies

Hi Everyone, I’ve discovered a fun movie-making website that I thought you might like. Have you seen it? You can find it at http://www.xtranormal.com. I made two little movies about robots who are tired of their jobs and want a … Continue reading

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Curing Cancer

Disclaimer: The following is my personal opinion based on brief research and is not intended to be taken as professional advice or documentation. Today I did a little reading on cancer treatment, and made some remarkable discoveries. In 2007, Dr. … Continue reading

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Pants onĀ fire

On today’s Huffington Post, health author John Robbins discovers something very strange in a lawsuit against Coca-Cola over vitaminwater: The lawsuit, brought by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, alleges that vitaminwater labels and advertising are filled with … Continue reading

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Love vs. Belief

This past week I’ve noticed issues come up around belief – atheists arguing that Christians are deluded, and vice versa. Beliefs are important, because beliefs form the basis for our actions in the world, which create positive or negative results. … Continue reading

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