Saturday, September 29, 2007

Stated Clerk of PCUSA addresses Mid-Kentucky Presbytery

Rev. Clifton Kilpatrick lead a dialogue about The Peace, Unity and Purity Report.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

U of L marching band

The band is lining up for the game.

Pushing the beer

I'm working near gate 1 this morning supplying the vendors with beer.

Monday, September 10, 2007

I've joined the search for Steve Fossett: You Can Help!

The search for Steve Fossett has moved online and I've joined the team. Amazon is using Mechanical Turk and calling for volunteers in the search for adventurer Steve Fossett in the Nevada Desert. He took off five days ago and never returned. All you need to do is Review Satellite photos to search for his plane. It's pretty amazing technology.

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Friday, September 07, 2007

Too sexy to fly?

Each morning as I'm catching up on email I watch the latest videos on MSNBC. This story was just too funny. Two months ago, this college student boarded a Southwest Airlines flight from San Diego to Tucson. Before the flight took off, she was escorted into the jetway by a customer service representative, who asked her to change her clothes. I kind of feel bad for the girl. It was probably some older adult that was offended by her fashion choices and turned her in. What makes me sad is that it's featured in three different places on Is this really headline material?

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Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Kids Caring 4 Kids

Yes, I will admit to watching Oprah from time to time. Today's episode was on giving. Bill Clinton and Andre Agassi were just two of the guests. The shining star of the hour was Kendall Ciesemier. After viewing an Oprah Winfrey special in the winter of 2004, Kendall Ciesemier decided that she had to do something to help the 12 million AIDS orphans of Africa. She began by adopting a child through World Vision with her own annual contribution of $360. In June 2004, as Kendall faced an upcoming liver transplant, she organized her effort, "Kids Caring 4 Kids", asking friends and family to send donations instead of flowers or gifts. Kendall initially adopted a project through World Vision and began accepting on-line donations. Her story is truly an inspiration.
Kids Caring 4 Kids: "HOW IT STARTED"