Hey Marcy Bowden (and all) – You asked what Pressgram is. Let me explain. (BTW, apparently my pics that I shared here on facebook have disappeared for the moment… I’m looking for them. This to me is HUGE indication of exactly what the problem is that Pressgram solves.
So… I did it.
I officially turned off www.andydarnell.com temporarily while I do some construction over there.
Some days, you just know that this is gonna be the case.
Argument is an intellectual process. Contradiction is just the automatic gainsaying of any statement the other person makes.
I gotta pull the curtain back on something that I know is indicative of the failure that I have been as a christian.
I don’t pray for our President and his family enough.
(Side Note: I wrote most of this post this morning before any of the tweet wars started between folks I follow on twitter (looking at you @shaunking and @PastorMark)
UPDATE: This treadmill is sold.
We decided to sell our treadmill. We bought it used from someone else and were happy with it, but found a great deal on an elliptical, recently, so we made the switch.
Figured I would have some fun here.
Just answer the
five questions three questions as best you can… and we will watch and pray. God be with you.
I remember seeing this Geek and Poke cartoon back in 2012. Check it out:
David and I were on a google hangout last night discussing a project that I personally think will be very fun and rewarding. Won’t disclose it yet.
During the call, I got to wondering what I would look like with that beard.
Ready for it?
You should too.What an incredible way to spend 7 years!
Have you heard this story? If you thought the Felix Baumgartner jumping out of a balloon from the edge of space was crazy, read this.
Salopek on Thursday departed a small Ethiopian village and took the first steps of a planned 21,000-mile (34,000-kilometer) walk that will cross some 30 borders, where he will encounter dozens of languages and scores of ethnic groups. The 50-year-old’s quest is to retrace man’s first migration from Africa across the world in a go-slow journey that will force him to immerse himself in a variety of cultures so he can tell a global mosaic of people stories.
The Ethiopia-to-Chile walk — which took human ancestors some 50,000 years to make — is called Out of Eden and is sponsored by National Geographic, the Knight Foundation and the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting. A two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, the American plans to write one major article a year with periodic updates every 100 miles or so.
Believe what you may about the origins of man and God’s role in our existence, Salopek is doing something that no one has done before. He will experience humanity and see places in a completely different way than anyone will.
What an awesome story to follow. I’m gonna be following this dude. Who knows… We may not even have twitter in 7 years. We may have some other completely crazy way to communicate.