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    Sat, Sep 15th - 9:19PM

    What Color Crayon Are You?

    Take the what color crayon are you test!


    It says I am a purple crayon
    but the description it gives is way off.

    Here's what it says;

    Your world is colored in dreamy, divine, and classy colors.
    You hold yourself to a sky high standard, and you are always graceful.
    People envy, idolize, and copy you without realizing it. You are an icon for those who know you.
    And while it is hard to be a perfectionist, rest assured it's paying off!

    Your color wheel opposite is yellow. While yellow people may be wise, they lack the manners and class needed to impress you.

    I am not at all like this. Oh well, have fun with the test anyway!

    Comment (5)

    Fri, Sep 14th - 8:47PM

    well I'm glad that's fixed!

    After posting the previous message my blog had a malfunction. Some of it disapeared and all my previous posts vanished. I'm glad things are back to normal now!

    Thanks to our wonderful webmaster for the fine job in finding the problem! (an invisible html tag!) 

    Comment (1)

    Wed, Sep 12th - 3:01AM

    Political attitudes may be all in your head

    Being conservative, liberal or in-between is wired in the brain, new study suggests

    The differences between liberals and conservatives may run deeper than how they feel about welfare reform or the progress of the Iraq war: Researchers reported Sunday that their brains may actually work differently.

    In a study likely to raise the hackles of some conservatives, psychologist David Amodio and others found that a specific region of the brain's cortex is more sensitive in people who consider themselves liberals than in self-declared conservatives.

    The brain region in question helps people shift gears when their usual response would be inappropriate, supporting the notion that liberals are more flexible in their thinking.

    LINK TO FULL ARTICLE HERE: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/chi-politicalbrain_bothsep10,1,6328755.story?ctrack=1&cset=true

    First it's becoming alcoholic, then it was being homosexual, now it's being conservative, where will blaming it on the brain and heredity stop? Next they will be blaming religion on some malfunction of the brain. Just you watch!

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    Sat, Sep 1st - 8:13PM

    Thoughts While Pulling Weeds

    The other day I was out pulling weeds at one end of our deck in preperation for the Memorial day weekend. We were thinking of having some family over, so we thought it would be a good idea to clear out the "jungle". It's amazing how these stupid weeds and vines can get tangled up in everything in so short a time. Ok, not so short a time, like 4 months. I know this is not new, but as I was pulling these vines out from between the picket fence, I thought of how quickly sin can wrap around and through our lives. I may be strong enough to pull these entangled weeds out of my yard, but only Jesus is strong enough to pull the sin out of or lives, if we ask Him to.

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    About Me

    Name: Smokey the Dog
    ChristiansUnite ID: smokeythedog77
    Member Since: 2005-10-19
    Location: Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States
    Denomination: Canine Baptist
    About Me: I'm a 5 year old Corgi & Shelty mix. My owners adopted me from an animal shelter, and taught me everything I know.

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