Here’s what the world would look like if I Twittered from church most mornings.
7:55: Sitting down. Arranging kids and paging thru bulletin.
7:56: Exit hymn is #710. Does that make this a 7-10 split?
8:15: Sitting, singing
8:20: Communion – brb.
8:24: I’m back. Praying.
8:37: Sat down at the wrong time. Now trying to make it look like I needed to fix my socks and standing back up.
8:55: Done. See you twitterites in the gym for coffee.
Just a quick note to loyal MMM readers. I know that I just got back into writing full columns for the last couple weeks and then went this week without one. That’s largely for two reasons.
One: I’m shoulder deep in a column for Spider-Man 3 that’s coming in at six Word pages already (and I haven’t gotten to the online stuff) and is so full of links it might just break the internet.
Two: I’m working on a project that I hope to complete soon that should be of interest to at least some of you but is taking some time to put together. I’ll let you know when it’s finished but I really like it and think it will be pretty cool, even if I’m the only one who thinks so.
Blog@Newsarama » “Aa-ahhh!!!,” indeed.
The 1980 Flash Gordon movie is getting a decent DVD release at last. Now you can see the Hawkmen dive in digital clarity.
Think Progress » White House excludes bomb deaths in casualty counts.
WHAT?! How…I mean….I just…but they…
Wow. Nice when you can just look at a pile of 23 bodies from a bombing and say that they really don’t count.
Giuliani Broadens His Message on Terrorism – New York Times
No Rudy, it’s not that Democrats don’t understand the problems the country faces in defending itself, it’s just that they don’t feel the best way to protect U.S. citizens is to massively piss off the rest of the world.