Justin Taylor receiveed permission to post a streaming version of Andrew Peterson’s new song, The Reckoning.
The Album, Counting Stars, evidently won’t be out until mid-summer.
Andrew Peterson is one of my favorite artists, and one of the few whose albums I still buy on CD. Go ahead and listen to the new song, it’s rather awesome.
Andrew even posts a comment on Justin’s post…
Hometown Pasadena has a blog post up about Jameson Brown Coffee Roasters. They’re pretty impressed with JB.
Dave and Ryan and families are friends from church. Kim and I love going over to hang out at Jameson Brown since it is less than a mile from our place. We just don’t make it there as often as we’d like! But we love the coffee…
Kim and I had a bit of a surprise one morning, a couple of days after Christmas. We came downstairs to find that our fish had proliferated!
We have eight little platys swimming around now. I’d thought that some fish either kill or eat their young, but so far, these guys seem to be doing ok! They’re very small and hard to see. I thought we had six for a while, then saw a seventh, and Kim spotted the eighth. I wonder if they’re able to even eat the regular fish food flakes?
We have three adult platys right now, one of whom still looks rather big. I suppose it’s possible that we might have even more babies soon. Maybe I should have asked the pet store for males!
Hurray, Beacon is dead! The Beacon advertising debacle was one of Facebook’s biggest mistakes ever…
I had serious issues with the practice.
All I heard on sports talk radio yesterday was how the Lakers would get it done last night in Game 6 against the Rockets. Cowherd, in particular, was an idiot. All the LA hosts yesterday afternoon before the game were predicting a blowout, only they had the winning team wrong. I don’t mind a confident, cocky commentator, but it was rather ridiculous. They all look like morons now.
Not too mention how the Lakers actually played. Do they care?
I’ve been waiting for this forever. Filter email from Russia or China in GMail!
Click “Create Filter” located at the top of your Inbox
In the “Has the words:” field, enter: lang:Russian
Select “Delete it” within the Action List, and (if you have existing Russian Spam) select: “Apply Filter to Conversations below”
Click “Create Filter”
Of course, if you expect to receive legitimate email in Russian or Chinese, don’t do this. 🙂 But I’d say 80% of my spam is in Chinese…
From the Cape Cod Times comes a story of counting votes gone awry. From the article:
The exact count of the vote — 136 to 70 —had town officials hitting their calculators yesterday. The zoning measure needed a two-thirds vote to pass. A calculation by town accountant Trudy Brazil indicated that 136 votes are two-thirds of 206 total votes, said Town Clerk Cynthia Slade.
Brazil said she used the calculation of .66 multiplied by 206 to obtain the number.
But using .6666 — a more accurate version of two-thirds — the affirmative vote needed to be 137 instead of 136, according to an anonymous caller to town hall and to the Times.
Almost makes me cry. “A more accurate version of two-thirds”? What?
Quick, pull out your calculator. Two-thirds of 206 is 137.33 (with repeating 3’s), which means you actually need 138 votes. So the town accountant and the anonymous caller were both wrong. Err, so do you think they changed the results of the vote?
NBC is likely to cancel Chuck, one of my favorite shows on TV. No, please no! Even the critics don’t think it should be cancelled. There are a lot of reasons not to.
And a fansite is trying to get people to buy sandwiches at Subway to show support.
On April 27th be sure to BUY A $5 FOOTLONG from Subway and if possible, drop a note in the comment box at the franchise letting them know you’re participating in the Finale and Footlong campaign to save NBC’s Chuck, of which Subway is a product placement sponsor.
I’ll put that on my calendar…
I just got married! Woo-hoo! My lovely wife’s name is Kim, and we enjoyed a wonderful wedding at Sierra Madre Congregational Church and a honeymoon down in Huatulco, Mexico.
We had two amazing photographers, from Karen Leah Photography, and Karen just
blogged about our wedding. Kim and I were complimented on our choice of photographers so many times. Karen and Brian were very good, and they were also very enthusiastic, supportive, and competent. We’d really recommend them very highly!
Now I’m back at work. I’m enjoying a life without wedding preparation again! Coming back from the warm weather and beautiful water in Oaxaca to rainstorms in Pasadena was tough.