New link added!
I've been a fan of this guy for quite a while back when he was showing up on the referrers list on RWN. But he dropped off all of a sudden and I didnt remember his address. If you love a bunch of pictures telling stories... then you'll love Curmudgeonly & Skeptical. Lookie over on the left and you'll see his link added right below Mike over at Cold Fury.
I hate to see you go but I understand. Dawson had one of the better graphics pages around with the ability to skin the page in a couple of themes. His love for Ann Coulter bordered on stalkeresque, but hey, who can blame him. A true friend of Israel, you will be missed. Good luck in your future plans.
One of the oddest t-shirts yet.
Dont click if you are totally religious sensitive because you'll put your fist through your monitor. There is just too much in this picture of the t-shirt to even try and fisk it. Obviously someone has a real problem with Jesus and Republicans though I think Jesus kinda comes out on the short end of the stick since he has a KKK in his halo. Anyway, I thought this was too odd to pass up.
eBay item 3414025632 (Ends Apr-21-03 17:29:34 PDT ) - ANTI-WAR JESUS VOTES REPUBLICAN XL t-shirt
So happy belated Easter to everyone. Our Easter was awesome. I stayed up a little late and drank a little too much on Easter Eve so was kinda upset with myself when I woke up at 5:30 for sunrise service. Of course the fact that I had to play 2 songs during service didnt help my hangover. So I popped a few Tylenol and picked up the trumpet to get the blood flowing, out came this horrible blach sound. OOOOOOWWWWWWWW my head! lol... so I warmed up a little softly picking up to reviville. By the time sunrise service came around at 6:30 I was feeling ok and ready to play. Everything went great with no obvious screwups. Then we went home and I took a little nap between services. Christmas and Easter tend to bring out most of your IMO (in member only) church members and this Easter was no exception. The church was packed to full capacity. I played trumpet on the first choir song and kinda flubbed the first line, but nailed the much higher and harder descant line at the end so I was somewhat pleased. The preacher hit a homerun with his sermon which left everyone feeling quite rejuvinated. We ended up the service by singing the hallajuah chorus at the end of the service. If anyone has ever tried singing this, it's quite hard. The tenor part was actually written for castrado's of which thankfully we arent. We were so pumped up by then that we sang it brilliantly, definately the best we've ever accomplished. After that it was BBQ on my dad's new gas grill. Then being stuffed and coming home to watch the 10 commandments. All in all, an awesome Easter.