All entries for Tuesday 11 January 2005
January 11, 2005
2) www.anstycc.org.uk for a sneak-peak at the true home of cricket – my local club
3) www.makepovertyhistory.org because this year we really have the chance to make a difference
4) www.imdb.com for all the movie reviews you could wish for and then some extra for no apparent reason
5) www.soccerbase.com for that rare breed of obsessed football statisticians – hence why I know of it
6) www.shockwave.com for free online games for those times when nothing else suits the moment
7) www.private-eye.co.uk for a good giggle at those things in the news or amusing signposts and cartoons
8) www.google.co.uk for all your searching needs and also serves as a good self competition to get longest response time for a search
Thankfully I have the excuse that I am not a scholar and do not have to comment on Penal Substitution but I am just glad for this book because it is the first real time I have even really looked at this issue and thought through the arguments.
I would definitely recommend this book.
Well in true me fashion lets start with randomness. The number of possible ways of playing the first four moves per side in a game of chess is 318,979,564,000. And also February 1865 is the only month in recorded history not to have a full moon.
With all that out the way, lets set the ball rolling and kick off a discussion. Don't be afraid to comment, whether lots or little and remember the more controversial the better!!
If you had to what part of the body would you put in Room 101 and why?
I would put feet in because:
a) they always seem to smell disproportionately to the rest of your body
b) I am yet to find a pair of feet that I find beautiful
c) it is a bit of a stretch just to pick those annoying bits of fluff that accumulate between toes when you're not looking
d) if you have poor circulation (like me) they are always cold
the ball is in your court now
Yes that's right children the blog of Vesey is finally beginning to take shape after almost 12 weeks on campus – they always said I had initiative!! (I'm not sure who "they" are though.) Anyways MORSE is still going well into the second term although I am having to adjust to the new timetable and therefore plan in my previous commitments and think about whether I can fit in anything else.
It is definitely good to be back here and settling back into church and cu as well as my corridor. It has been such a weight of my shoulders to now know that our house for next year is almost completely sorted – so thank you to those I will be sharing with. I just hope I won't put you off between now and moving day!!
Well feel free to contact me about this or anything and it would be cool to have some reviews from other people but me.