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Into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. It looks as though I may be putting together a third edition of my first book, with a good deal of added material based on things I have written since. I expect that some readers of this blog are familiar with the book and some of my other writing, so thought it would be worth collecting opinions on what is worth including. A positive account of Property RightsA World of Strong PrivacyProblems with Ayn RandNational Defense: Further Thoughts on a Hard ProblemMarket Failure, Considered as an Argument For and Against GovernmentLessons from Other Legal SystemsCapitalist TrucksThe Economics of Virtue and ViceThe Weak Case for Public SchoolingWelfare and ImmigrationAnarchy and Efficient Law. There is considerable evidence that both falling in love and long term attachment are associated with the levels of various chemicals in the brain. Suppose we learn enough about the process to be able to control it artificially. What might the results be and should we approve?A couple fall in love and get married. To properly regulate their emotions thereafter, they get a prescription for a few months of "being in love" drugs and use them to enjoy their honeymoon and the beginning of their marriage. Being in love is too intense an emotion for the long term, so they then switch to the "long term attachment" prescription. Later, as their schedules permit, they temporarily switch back in order to experience a second, third, fourth honeymoon. That is, however, only the first step in the social changes made possible by the new technology. Currently, falling in love is usually a necessary step in the process that leads to marriage. Johnny Depp is being cast for a new Lone Ranger movie. I'll never under understand Hollywood thinking. Labels: Bah, crap entertainment, in the news, jeering. I suppose we've got as good of a deal as we're going to get on the Polanski situation. S.

But most of that time was in house arrest, in Switzerland, not especially known for their horrific prisons.

Best would be if we as a nation would quit buying the product of a felon. But so long as the felon's product is bought and sold and produced in a land of insanity, this pretty much amounts to trying to buy things not manufactured by slave labor. Labels: crap entertainment, crime, immigration, in the news, international stuff, observation, world view. '"Proof of this, courtesy of The Onion, is Mitch: "The identical processes that have given us the remarkable camouflage of the stick insect and the magnificent plumage of the bird-of-paradise have, it would seem, also given us a man who cannot scramble an egg," University of Pennsylvania biologist Ann Goldwyn-Ross said. "Despite evolution's emphasis on the inheritance and replication of advantageous traits, a man walks among us today who sweats profusely in any temperature and went to see Anger Management in theaters twice.

"That's some good stuff, right there.

Labels: applause, big fun, heh. Labels: heh, science, The Fall Of Western Civilization. Yes, we get it. Santa says "Ho, ho, ho. "Sounds like the now rather old slang alteration of "whore," the etymology of which Merriam-Webster traces back to the early years of the Johnson administration. And I thought that this was kind of funny, when I first heard it. After all, I was twelve years old.

But now, almost a quarter century later.

The LawDog Files is a nicely-turned bit of prose cranked out by a close personal friend and colleague of mine in the world of Texas criminal justice. We shoot, and talk, and generally establish that many of the world's problems can be addressed satisfactorily over a cup of strong tea. I never can remember if he likes milk in his cup before or after the tea is poured. Holly is my stepmother, married to the aforementioned cantankerous old fart that is my father. She typically signs her missives to me with ESM, for Evil Step Mother. Holly's strong-willed, and educated, and decent. She rears good kids, and treats my father well. And what, really, could you want beyond that?Tamara is an enigma. Over the summer Shannon and I went bike hunting through Wisconsin one Saturday afternoon and evening. We picked up a Schwinn city bike in Fort Atkinson and this very rough Schwinn Prelude in I want to say Mayville. It was a great day exploring and a we found a really cool restaurant called the Mine Shaft in Hartford or maybe Heartland. The Schwinn Prelude was extremely rough, it was left in a damp place for quite a while. When we got to Mayville and I saw the bike I almost past on it even at a really good price but maybe it wasn't a really good price when you consider the shape. But we explored all that way I decided to take a flyer. The guy I dealt with was really nice and had an amazing garage for working on hot rods, that was cool to see. With self-inflating design, this Inflatable Skeletons on Pirate Ship will be presented in front of you in seconds. The weatherproof design allows both indoor and outdoor use. With the lights, its is the perfect decoration at your front door or backyard at night. Worried about storage? Simply let the air out and fold it! It's thin like a paper. Instructions included. Caution: Do not inflate during storms or strong winds. Made of the finest nylon, they are specifically manufactured for outdoor use. I'm BACK! This was the longest I have went without blogging in months!! I had good reason though! My hubby decided last Weds. at noon to take a few days off and drive up to North Carolina to see some snow. So Thurs morning we loaded up and headed North to the mountains. We went to Sugar Mtn in Banner Elk, NC. It's very nice and we got to go tubing and skiing and just hang out. It was my daughters first time seeing snow, she was loving it! My son skied for the first time, we have taken him before but he didn't want anything to do with skiing at the time. So now he is all ready to go to Colorado or somewhere else out west next year. I must say, so am I!! I LOVE it out west and especially love quaint little ski towns. So on the way back from the mountains, we took a little detour and stopped in Charleston, South Carolina, one of my favorite places. Not enough is the apparent sentiment vocalized by the policy paper’s lead author Gary Smith. Editor David J Phillips does not hold a financial interest in any stocks mentioned in this article. DZ is old enough to remember when being gay was illegal in this country. " Egypt is one country which criminalizes gays, as has been highlighted in this article today. The Egyptian public prosecutors are pursuing a group of men because, they say, releasing film of a gay wedding "would anger god". Really? Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't he supposed to be all powerful, all seeing etc? If he was really that pissed off about it wouldn't he be able to do something about it himself? Perhaps he's too busy with other things I suppose. Managed a few minutes in the garage chasing down a slightly hunting idle. Went through all the vacuum hoses and gave them a tweek and found one small connector, erm, disconnected. sorted that and there was a minor improvement.


Next was to check the idle control valve, so I disconnected that, started the car and let it run for a moment then switched it off. Reconnected the ICV and started TheHoff up - purrs like a young lion. I keep meaning to post something about my favourite reads for the year, but haven't had time yet. I just finished this, and I loved it. Justin Taylor. Four great picture books that will help you talk to your kids about God - Macca. Holding on to hope by Nancie Guthrie. Here's some thoughts on the place of cleaning in our lives. I was frantically cleaning the house this morning before our staff team arrived, when the vacuum cleaner broke. In the grand tradition of over-preparation, I enjoyed discovering how much the Bible has to say about fruit. Our attitudes and actions show what we are really like:No good tree bears bad fruit, nor does a bad tree bear good fruit. Each tree is recognized by its own fruit. People do not pick figs from thornbushes, or grapes from briers. The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and the evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. Perhaps he is a kind of super fool. John Gill laments the conceited, proud, and haughty person who professes faith in Christ but isn’t worth, as Dr. Ruckman says, “the shot and powder it would take to blow him into the lake of fire. This person is not submitted to Christ and his behavior and speech shows it. Is this man or woman saved? Who can say but Christ? But you certainly wouldn’t know it by their behavior and what they value. Dr. Ruckman places these two verses together as one thought. There are several opinions as to what these verses mean so I searched and prayed for help and I think at least one possible explanation, for us, and that’s the main thing I’m looking for, is that there are people, saved or unsaved I can’t tell, who will separate themselves from the local church body in which they were saved or in which they prayed a prayer for salvation and were nourished spiritually but in which they never really believed or were taught that they needed to read and digest the Bible and the sermons they heard went right over their heads, and they will look for knowledge of God in many places. What these fools have is no delight in the understanding that God wants to give them through His words in this Book and in their local church body, but that they are only interested, in the end, in worshipping themselves, in adoring their own intellect and their own knowledge. Their heart isn’t interested in God’s understanding but in discovering itself. “ I have had these people ask me pointless questions like “what about the lost books of the Bible” or “what about the Gospel of Cain” or Thomas or Matthew’s Q gospel, or “how do you account for evolution” or have you read Strauss’ “Life of Jesus” or Schweitzer’s “The Quest for the Historical Jesus” and on and on and on. A simple filter change turned into a full blown under carriage modification. He had never seen it before and was struck by the woman and the scene. The guy working there flipped the picture up to look at the back and told him it was called Christina's World. I can't remember the first time I saw this picture. I don't remember how I came to know of this painter, his work or this painting in particular, but it's likely I saw something by him in a local museum. I've been wondering what that customer is so familiar with that he'd be surprised to know I'd never heard of it. Pi Day has an official site. Dracula and his wife now live in the Arizona desert. John Carradine is their loyal butler in charge of providing fresh blood. There's also a werewolf. The music is downright annoying. The whole film -what I saw of it, anyway- is downright annoying. The proceeds from your purchases of Chapel Veils, Coffee Mugs and License Plate Frames will go to support the Fraternity's apostolate in the Los Angeles Archdiocese. One way to may "payments" on our debt of love is through restitution. He was to stop at the corner store on the way home to buy a pound of hamburger. When he ordered the hamburger, the owner of the store would go to the back room to grind and wrap it. While the owner was doing that, my friend would go to the cookie display and open a small glass door over a bin of cookies. He would remove two chocolate marshmallow cookies, give one to me, and put the other in his own pocket. He would pay the merchant for the hamburger, and we would leave the store. Sure enough, it went just as planned.

The corner store was two blocks from my home.

In the first block, each of us ate our cookie. In the second block, I could feel the chocolate and marshmallow around my mouth. Progress on Dapol kit requires a break from building tradition. My long-running project to build a motorised version of the Dapol Park Royal railbus kit has seen some progress this evening. Once this has dried, I'll be tidying up the bodywork before masking up the windows prior to painting. I don't normally work this way, preferring to paint bodies before adding glazing, but this kit has left me with little choice. And I don't have much time in which to finish it. The bus has had a quick test run on my layout and it crawls along sweetly, under the power of the belt-driven Bull-Ant motor and chassis. Indeed, I can't wait to get the painting out of the way and get the little chugger into action.

We were so glad we got to Middlewich yesterday.

There's been a constant stream of traffic past us for most of the day. Not all the boaters were looking for moorings for the festival weekend, but a good many were. Most will have had to tie up a good way out of town, except for the few who managed to book a mooring prior to the event. In the afternoon we walked down to get a new fuse for the shower pump from those nice people at the Kings Lock Chandlery. I'm going to remember Little Rich's trick with the paper clip, should it ever blow again. Only two thoughts in our heads this morning – don't start too early 'cos that was when it was going to rain, and stop at Brewood to do a small shop. In the event we also popped into the florist in Brewood to say Hi, since they'd been very friendly on the journey north when I bought some freesias for my best beloved. So we tootled along and eventually tied up for the night on the Park Bridge moorings south of Brewood. There we found ourselves just behind Thursday's Child, whose owner assures me is cerise, not pink. The owner turned out to be Brian Holmes of the Shropshire Union Canal Society, and he turned out to have had a hand in getting moorings established along the canal, and practical experience in putting them in. So we had a bit of a natter about what determines the distance between the mooring rings. What choices are available today - the ability to code for Windows and preferably other GUI/OSs a must. x, would it be feasible and practicable to write code that makes use of the Windows API?Is there a modern, supported and preferably cheap equivalent of Turbo Pascal?Have you had a look at Delphi? It's basically Object Oriented PascalReply:You might enjoy learning Python. Libraries are available for most things, including GUI programming on Windows and other platforms. See , and for a good tutorial see cards. .