Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Tuesday Potpourri

::: George Verwer has friends that: drive him all around the US in a motorhome, have shared about Jesus in every country in the world; and have had 99 grandchildren - via one wife. Link.

::: Marc posts about the current challenges in Europe, including:
- declining population
- for every person in Europe that converts to Islam, ten turn to Buddhism.
- And five fluid groups that need Fluid Mission:
youth; immigrants; the marginalized; professional/business groups; temporary communities.

::: Need Practice to be a Stewardess?
5. Remove the cover from several TV dinners. Place them in a hot oven. Leave the food in the oven until it’s completely dried out. Remove the hot trays with your bare hands. Serve to your family. Don’t include anything for yourself.
6. Serve your family a beverage one hour after they’ve received their meal. Make them remain in their seats during this time.
7. Scrounge uneaten rolls off the plates for you to eat two hours later when you’re really hungry.
8. Place a straight-backed chair in a closet facing a blank wall. Use a belt to strap yourself into it. Eat the rolls you saved from your family’s meal.
9. Ask your family to use the bathroom as frequently as possible. Tell them to make splashing water a game and see who can leave the most disgusting mess. Clean the bathroom every hour throughout the day.
10. Make a narrow aisle between several dining room chairs and randomly scatter your husband’s wing-tips and loafers along the way. Turn off the lights and spend the night walking up and down the aisle while banging your shins against the chair legs and tripping over the shoes. Drink several cups of cold coffee to keep yourself awake.
11. Gently wake your family in the morning and serve them a cold sweet roll. Don’t forget to smile and wish them a nice day when they leave for work and school.
via Southwest Airlines Blog

::: Planning on a Napkin
Reminds me of Organic Church [my notes], when it talks about "any substantive truth worth passing on should be reproducible on a napkin while one sits down at a lunch appointment." via Metacool

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