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Sunday, February 18, 2007

songs of narnia

A couple scenes from this weekend's youth retreat where I was a small group leader:

me: hey, so what did you guys learn at the workshops this afternoon?
kids: tons of stuff
me: which workshops did you go to?
kid: the songs of solomon one
me: what did you get out of that?
kid1: well, the language was kinda weird, but it's good to know the historical basis for it
kid2: yea, there's this one part with the fauns
kid1: yup - fauns: half human, half donkey
me: what?
kid1: you know, like Mr. Tumnus - half human, half donkey
me: ... ... ...

(15 minutes later - walking to dinner)

kid3: yo, you know that part about the horse woman?
kid4: yea, it's kinda weird that she looks like a horse
me: ehh ... you know she doesn't really look like a horse, right?

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Friday, February 02, 2007

Fish ...

This is one of the most interesting articles I have read this week. There are so many quotable lines from the article that I dare not spoil it for you. Alright I lied, if I don't put quotes here, you'll never click on the article.

Here, women propose marriage and men can't refuse "I had no feelings for her," said Nananghe, now 65.

"Then when I ate this meal, it was like lightning. I wanted only her."


"It's women who do the asking, and once they have, men are powerless to say no."


"I learned the hard way that here, a man never approaches a woman," he says.

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