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...is agnostic, but stories like this make me think that maybe I'm atheist after all. Certainly I lean that way. http://bit.ly/yndDT
1:26 PM Jun 23rd from bit.ly

A religious ruling permits ultra-orthodox Jews to operate their mobile phones on the Sabbath and religious holidays with their teeth...

Many of the ultra orthodox volunteers... work on the Sabbath and were confronted with the dilemma of how to activate their mobile phones without violating religious rules...

Rabbi Levy Yitzhak Halperin issued a new set of rules involving the use of a specially designed case that prevents phones from being shut down accidentally. To confirm response to dispatch, workers are permitted to hold a small metal pin between their teeth and press the necessary buttons on the phones.

...heard from his neighbors (she Eritrean; he Ethiopian), "we feel like we've found our long-lost brother." What a wonderful thing to say!
6:49 AM Jun 23rd from web

...already has a gift, a hug, and a phone call to show for Father's Day. What a great way to start the day.
9:17 AM Jun 21st from web

Every day, I think a little more than when it comes to loved ones and friends, the very best gift they can ever give me is their time.

...would love to get together with @DavidRPickering and @Joi in Amman or Dubai. That would be a trip to get excited about.
6:52 PM Jun 20th from web

...had tears in his eyes while reading this article about Pixar, "Up", and a dying girl's wish. http://bit.ly/174lGI
11:43 AM Jun 19th from bit.ly

Colby Curtin, a 10-year-old with a rare form of cancer, was staying alive for one thing -- a movie.

From the minute Colby saw the previews to the Disney-Pixar movie Up, she was desperate to see it. Colby had been diagnosed with vascular cancer about three years ago, said her mother, Lisa Curtin, and at the beginning of this month it became apparent that she would die soon and was too ill to be moved to a theater to see the film.

After a family friend made frantic calls to Pixar to help grant Colby her dying wish, Pixar came to the rescue.

The company flew an employee with a DVD of Up, which is only in theaters, to the Curtins' Huntington Beach home on June 10 for a private viewing of the movie.

The animated movie begins with scenes showing the evolution of a relationship between a husband and wife. After losing his wife in old age, the now grumpy man deals with his loss by attaching thousands of balloons to his house, flying into the sky, and going on an adventure with a little boy.

Colby died about seven hours after seeing the film.

...saw Lauren, Carissa, and Clay for dinner. As in Kelsey's former choir-mate, his former office manager, and Aiken. A dinner of coincidences.
7:46 PM Jun 18th from web

...likes the @jheitzeb rule: if you tweet more than 4x/day, you're at risk of being unfollowed. Yes, this means you. No, not you. Yes, you.
4:49 AM Jun 18th from web

...just 'greened' his Facebook picture. "Where is their vote?" -- that's the rallying cry. May fortune favor the protesters in Iran.
11:03 PM Jun 15th from web

See http://helpiranelection.com.

...is getting his Iran updates from Andrew Sullivan -- highly recommended. As for the mainstream media? Epic fail. http://bit.ly/xj3Q2
6:27 PM Jun 15th from bit.ly

...is just back from a visit to Paradise. The kind on the south slope of Mt Rainier. Far more snow than we expected to see. http://bit.ly/Jbb8c
6:49 PM Jun 14th from bit.ly

...will never, ever tire of listening to the version of "One" by Mary J Blige and U2. She practically defines the term "soaring vocals".
8:41 AM Jun 14th from web

...is actually impressed with someone on Fox News. How exactly does Shepard Smith manage to keep his job there?. http://bit.ly/t1I6
6:24 AM Jun 11th from bit.ly

...doesn't want to think about what he'd do for this house. Funny, funny video, especially for sci-fi fans. Enjoy! http://bit.ly/ZRhSA
7:56 PM Jun 10th from bit.ly

...recently recommended an article by Atul Gawande. Now Obama is recommending the same article, according to the NYT. http://bit.ly/106NT6
7:06 PM Jun 9th from bit.ly

...says the next time someone claims that blogs are inferior to traditional media and journalism, point them to this page. http://bit.ly/WTw4d
2:53 PM Jun 7th from bit.ly


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