Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Vote Flipping - Hmmm...

So according to the DNC it is not likely that this "vote flipping could ever occur"
Interesting. Do you want to know how? Watch this video.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Pumpkin Carving

Okay. So my boycott of digg.com failed.

This is a pumpkin that I wish I had the time and or talent to make.
Take that Yoda.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Gas in Tulsa or Broken Arrow Oklahoma

Gas @ $2.37 in Tulsa and Broken Arrow.
Loving it.

Saturday, October 18, 2008


Ok. I am, like most who use it, hooked on Twitter (Come follow me). This morning I added yet more people to my feed. I don't know if it is an innate curiosity to peek into people's lives or just the feeling of community one gets from doing something that everyone else is doing.

All I know is that I have found some prety interesting people. I enjoy it because it takes as much time as I want it to. It is a great way to take a peek at what other people do, think and say during the day. Kinda like eavesdropping except they want you to overhear.

I think that you should try it. If it stinks, and is no fun...quit. I cannot imagine anyone who actually gives it at least a half-hearted attempt, not liking it.

Give it a week, try it. Can't hurt.. and you may end up loving it.
Regardless of if you use it or not, tell me why.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Meteor over Oklahoma

Meteor over oklahoma

This pic was snapped by an astronomy club on September 30th, 2008. I thought it was kinda cool so I am putting it here.

Thursday, October 16, 2008


Ok...really if you see nothing else in this video, watch for Senator Clinton laughing her head off.

Why I don't DIGG it any more.

As an IT guy, I truly appreciate the power of the net. I love the fact that if I want to find something out, no matter how obscure, I can usually find it. I used to like going up to www.digg.com because it..well it came up with lots of neat, obscure, and useful stuff. But until November 4th, I am going to boycot. I am tired of the massive anti-candidate material that is taking up the front page all the time. I know that there are some very interesting tid bits worth digging, but I am TIRED of the hired mugs that are basically spamming the site with anti-campaign propoganda. I really don't care if "Joe the Plumber": Dad is son-in-law of Charles Keating!.

I know that some of it is interesting, but I am pretty tired of the media trying to over-influence popular cultural sites.
Just my two cents, but I am done until after the election.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Bible Stories Told With Legos

I thought that this was pretty creative. Someone took a lot of time to put this together. CLICK HERE TO VIEW BIBLE STORIES

Monday, October 13, 2008

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Out of Position

So I beg the question: Are you exactly where you should be? Are you doing exactly what you should? Before you answer...my thought is that we are never exactly where we should be. God knows where we should be. In my mind...part of our job here is to do our best to get back where we should be. Kinda like a scale getting back to level. So again: What do you need to do, or give up, or pick up to get your life back to level?
I think that we strive to be more. More successful, more passionate, more in tune with God.
I won't go into it tonight, but success and God are NOT exclusive. In just about every way, each defines the other. What do you think about that?

Twister The Tiger at Safari

This is Twister. After feeding him a chicken leg, he decided to show us his appreciation by running at the fence and bouncing on it. I wasn't looking but knowing that there is a 800 pound tiger behind a chain link fence makes you feel VERY human. He probably viewed us as a better snack! J/K I am going to be talking about Safari's Interactive Animal Sanctuary for quite some time.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Safari's Animal Sanctuary

OK. I have been here almost 4 months and we went to Safari's Animal Sanctuary. I have to say that it was a truly wonderful experience. We got to feed tigers and lions (no bears) but oh my! (you knew that was coming. I think that I might try and volunteer there seeing as my attempt to help out with the youth at agcoweta.com is delayed by a few months (they have a six month mandatory waiting period). Here is a picture of a Liger (Dad was a LIon mom was a tiGER)

Here is a video of our friends feeding the liger:

I will post more about this later this weekend. We had a blast!

Monday, October 6, 2008


It never fails and it never fails to amaze me how God provides exactly what I need and then some. Every time I falter and question whether I am on the right path He always lets me know which way to go. Either a gentle nudge or a hard smack upside the head...He lets me know...

My dad used to do something similar. It also amazes me how smart my dad has gotten in the past couple of years compared to how much smarter I was than him when I was growing up. EIther that or all of the self-imposed confidence that I had back then has been slowly leaking out of my ears and he hasn't changed too much. Well, either way. Props Dad! Thanks for the great foundation!
Props to God for shaping me and helping me to achieve more than I ever think is possible! Good family and good God, I am truly blessed