Monthly Archives: December 2011

People Protesting for MORE Communism

It’s Moldova Monday, and I’m here to bring your breaking news (ok, 2 days late) about an actual Moldovan News event:  Communists protested in the capital that the country was “too western.”  You can read the Fox News article here

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Do You Struggle with CTA?

It’s Christmastime again, and for millions of people, that means it’s time to get a Christmas Tree.  According to www.christmastree.org, about 27 million people bought fresh trees and 8.4 million people bought fake trees in 2010.  There are all sorts

Posted in Bonus Post

Purpose

This evening, Marie and I enjoyed a great dinner with a few friends.  At one point in the evening, each person had to answer a question that was randomly placed at the table settings.  Some of the questions were, “What

Posted in Thoughtful Thursday

Wednesday Word: Steadfast

Mark 1:36-39 ESV – And Simon and those who were with him searched for him, and they found him and said to him, “Everyone is looking for you.”  And he said to them, “Let us go on to the next towns,

Posted in Wednesday Word

Death Drives a Lada

If you’ve ever been to an ex-Soviet country, you’ve probably seen a Lada.  It’s a Russian-made automobile that was extremely popular near the end of the Cold War.  They are still popular.  I know this because in Moldova, they are

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