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Some people would look at my life, with the unemployment and the uncertainty and the borderline poverty and the occasional explosions and wonder how someone who lives like that could believe in a benevolent higher power. But to my mind, God gives me this life because He knows how much I like to think I'm in control of my own path how much I like to think I know what's going on, and such a life is necessary to pound it into my skull: there is nothing I have that was not given to me.

[Edit 16OCT07: Now with clown picture.]

Cars should not have geologic layers.

I decided to clean out the inside of my car this afternoon, just to pick up acquired trash and vacuum out the pine needles and so forth, and while doing so I really looked at the exterior for once. There was moss.

No. That is entirely unsat.

What better way...?

What better way to say "I love you" than to say "I am fiscally sound and can provide food, shelter, and health care for you and any children we might have?" Yeah, I can't think of one either.

A bright spot

In which Sig finds a church service on base that he doesn't loath.

South Park vs. Scientology

Personally, I believe Scientology to also be pretty vile, but without the redeeming features of South Park. So this really does amuse me, and it also impresses me that Trey Parker and Matt Stone, South Park's creators, are willing to take a position against prominent Hollywood scientologists.

The Christian as Citizen

In which Sig seeks (yet does not find) an old book on a topic dear to his heart.

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