...and Now I Have No Time

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"Three hundred lives of men I walk this earth and now I have no time."

~Gandalf the White

Okay, so it's more like: "40 hours of work this week, so now I have no time." <smile>

I've been accumulating links this week, so instead of sharing any new deep thoughts of my own I will merely link to other content:

There is now a free online audio Bible available (which is pretty cool, but requires Real Player... <ugh>)


In other news, the Center for Disease Control set up their very own MySpace page. I wonder how many of my tax dollars went into building that? They currently have 705 friends, which is fairly impressive, but I can't imagine it was worth the money.


And finally, today's

Kerfuffle: a commotion, esp. one caused by conflicting views

Brought to you by Catherine

...which actually has a lot to do with what my dad has been blogging about recently.

Oh, and I forgot to tell you all about my latest Heart of the Matter article. If you haven't read it, I always like comments over there too <smile>.

Have a great weekend and I'll see you all on Monday!

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Expectant Father

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  1. Lisa

    Kerfuffle is one of my favorite words! Not quite sure who would want to be friends with the Center for Disease Control LOL


  2. mom

    After reading through your Dad's blog, I think that kerfuffle would be too mild of a word to use for the situation your parents have been through! YIKES! I've only heard wonderful things about Sonlight materials and I doubt this situation will change what people who use it already know!

    Tammy ~@~

  3. Luke

    Lisa, well, currently there are 702 people who were happy to friends with the CDC. ...I'm not one of them though <smile>. That page is not the best use of my taxes, but, then again, few things are. Come to think of it: Only one thing could be the best use of my taxes, so there are a lot of things that fall into "less than ideal" category <smile>.

    Tammy, I completely agree. I've seen quite a bit of support for Sonlight after this mess went public... which is cool. But, yes, "yikes" is right. We live in a crazy world. <smile>