Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Pedofile Week

As some of you know I post off and on...

A big thing that is happening on the internet is the amount of pornographic material found all over the web. You can search for the most inocent subject and boom something appears that probably shouldn't.

I have been watching different videos on YouTube and I came across a video by mikeskehan.

I felt that it would be appropriate to post as he is placeing some very real issues down on the table about unattended children on the internet...

Please Keep in Mind none of these videos are my exact feelings I agree and disagree with some of the things said. But it is worth putting out there for the awareness factor...

Pedophile Week

Conserned Parents

UPDOWNMOSTLY: ConcerningYoungTubers

I appologize for some of the language used in this following video...
But Good Points are brought up... encyclopediadramatica is one of the sites referanced in this video...

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Who What Huh... God???

This list is a list that itemizes who one is in Christ...

I am the salt of the earth (Matt. 5:13)

I am the light of the world (Matt. 5:14)

I am a child of God (John 1:12)

I am Christ's friend (John 15:15)

I am a slave to righteousness (Rom. 6:18)

I am a joint heir with Christ, sharing His inheritance with Him (Rom. 8:17)

I am a temple --a dwelling place-- of God. His Spirit and His life dwells in me (1 Cor. 3:16; 6:19)

I am a member of Christ body (1 Cor. 12:27; Eph. 5:30)

I am a new creation (2 Cor. 5:17)

I am reconciled to God and am a minister to His reconciliation (2 Cor. 5:18,19)

I am a saint (Eph. 1:1; 1 Cor. 1:2; Phil. 1:1; Col. 1:2)

I am God's workmanship -- His handiwork -- born anew in Christ to do His work (Eph. 2:10)

I am a fellow citizen with the rest of God's family (Eph. 2:19)

I am a prisoner of Christ (Eph. 3:1; 4:1)

I am righteous and holy (Eph. 4:24)

I am a citizen of heaven, seated in heaven right now (Phil. 3:20; Eph 2:6)

I am chosen of God, holy and dearly loved (Col. 3:12; 1Thess. 1:4)

I am a partaker of Christ; I share in His life (Heb. 3:14)

I am one of God's living stones, being built up in Christ as a spiritual house
(1 Pet. 2:5)

I am a member of a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for God's own possession (1 Pet. 2:9, 10)

I am an alien and stranger to this world in which I temporarily live (1 Pet. 2:11)

I am an enemy of the devil (1 Pet. 5:8)

I am born of God, and the evil one -- the devil-- cannot touch me (1 John 5:18)

This is who we are in Christ...
Are these rumors or are they the real deal..
Think About It.

Facebook what would happen if...

Sunday, August 12, 2007

My Suzuki...

For all of you out there that knew I was looking at buying a vehicle, I did it.
this is my car in a glimpse:

0 - 60 (sec): 9.3 seconds

1/4 Mile (sec @ mph): 17.0 @ 79.6

60 - 0 (ft): 137

Slalom (mph): 60.7

Skid Pad (g-force): 38.7

Acceleration Comments: The smallish 2.7-liter V6 surprised us with its spirited
performance. Power delivery is smooth, and with a four valve-per-cylinder engine
that redlines at 6,500 rpm, it makes most of its useable power at the top of the
rpm band. Our best run was achieved by short-shifting the engine at 6,200 rpms
on each shift instead of revving to the 6,600 rev limiter cut off.

Braking Comments: Braking performance is adequate but a little off the class leaders' (which
all range in the 120 bracket). That includes the Ford Escape, Mazda Tribute and Toyota RAV4, all of which we have recently tested. The ABS system does have a moderate amount of noise while in operation, and the XL7 has only fair
stability while in full-on braking mode.

Handling Comments: We may have a new SUV slalom king here. The Suzuki Grand
Vitara XL-7 is one of the best SUVs we've ever taken through the field of cones we call the
slalom. Granted, suspension design and driving skills have improved since we last tested one of its competitors, but this vehicle is a handler.

Generally, tossable should not be a term that comes to mind when thinking of SUVs, but that is exactly how we felt about the XL-7. It does have body roll, but it is a controlled amount that instills confidence rather than fear. The steering is quick and precise, allowing you to slice
and dice your way through life's obstacles. — Neil G. Chirico

This past few days I drove up to Tulameen and assisted my Grandfather and Grandmother with various chores around the campsite.

There was a new electrical panel to be put in. That was intresting to watch as Uncle Buddy installed it and showed how everything went together and compared how the old interior looked compared to the new interior. Basically everything should always be neat not wires all over the place.
Then there was the clothing line to be put up. Oh and a tree to be pulled down...

Well thats pretty much sums up my new toy...

Saturday, August 04, 2007

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Ford Ka Evil

Watch this its.......
Well um...
Just watch it all ready!

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Hang the trash on the line......

At least he's honest

Some language,

Okay I lied lots of language.


For some reason automotive companies depend heavily on computers these days...

Everything used to be manually done

Computers have Genders

Is a computer male or female when someone is refering to it?

Well this question was discussed in a spanish class.

The Spanish Computer

A Spanish teacher was explaining to her class that in Spanish, unlike
English, nouns are designated as either masculine or feminine.
''House'' for instance, is feminine: ''la casa.''
''Pencil,'' however, is masculine: "el lapiz.''
A student asked, ''What gender is 'computer'?''
Instead of giving the answer, the teacher split the class into two
groups, male and female, and asked them to decide for themselves
''computer'' should be a masculine or a feminine noun.
Each group was asked to give four reasons for its recommendation.

The men's group decided that ''computer'' should definitely be of the
feminine gender (''la >computadora''), because:
1. No one but their creator understands their internal logic;
2. The native language they use to communicate with other computers is
incomprehensible to everyone else;
3. Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long term memory for
possible later retrieval; and
4. As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending
half your paycheck on accessories for it.

The women's group, however, concluded that computers should be
Masculine(''el computador''), because:
1. In order to do anything with them, you have to >turn them on;
2. They have a lot of data but still can't think for themselves;
3. They are supposed to help you solve problems, but half the time
they are the problem; and
4. As soon as you commit to one, you realize that if you had waited a
little longer, you could have gotten a better model.

The women won,

or so they think... Like computers once an idea is imbeded into their systems it doesnt extract very easily so rather than argue and fuss over it the men decided to ignore that fact and just move on.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

AFV??? Will this hurt?

Things you should know some from personal experience all from America's Funniest Home Videos

Stay away from kids trying to hit a piƱata.

If you're wearing a wedding dress, never try to ride a horse.

An acronym doesn't always have to contain a letter for each word in the thing for which it is an acronym.

Grandpa's pants are, in all likelihood, ill-fitting.

Homemade bike ramps should only be used by, well, nobody.

Babies sometimes fall asleep while sitting up.

Many beams are lower than you'd think.

If you touch a dog in a certain place, they bare their teeth and growl in an amusing way.

People are sometimes startled when they're woken up from a nap by loud noises.

If you shoot enough video, somebody, somewhere is eventually going to make a basket from half-court.

The tree you cut down is going to fall in a direction you didn't expect.

Before using a barbell, make sure the weights are secured on both sides.

Kids getting hit in the face, not funny. Kids getting hit in the face on video, funny.

Noses and parrots are natural enemies. Same goes for lizards.

Children aren't always respectful when it comes to not pulling off a relative's toupee at a family gathering.

Most swings have weight limits that are less than you'd suspect.

Cats can be clumsy, especially when they're around TVs.

Many people think you'll call your significant other the wrong name during the heat of passion, but we all know it will probably happen during your wedding ceremony.

Baseballs like testicles.

When it comes to backyard trampolines, "What goes up, must end up with a contusion."

Llamas spitting is not an urban myth.

The walls of many aboveground swimming pools appear to be made of a material similar to rice paper.

The false teeth of many elderly people aren't affixed properly.

Birthday cakes and wobbly tables don't mix. It should also be noted that birthday cakes have the inexplicable ability to attract the human face like a magnet.

Pets don't really talk, but sometimes it sounds like it.

Nothing good can come from pogo sticks.

Lifting someone over your head while dancing intoxicated could lead to an unfortunate, albeit humorous, accident.

Many Christmas trees stands aren't made to withstand the weight of the tree and a person.

Everything, yes everything, is funnier when accompanied by a wacky sound effect.

Any host of "America's Funniest Home Videos" is likely to be the most bland, unfunny individual ever to appear on television.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Monday, February 05, 2007

A New School Year

Well its been about three weeks into my school year out here at Prairie.

The start of this semester was kind of rough. I bought a new laptop over break, the first thing that happened back here is I slipped and fell with it, and wrecked the hard drive. Lost all my Music all forty gig of it. equaling twenty-thousand some odd songs, which is a year and 8 days of non stop music. That was kind of annoying.

This semester I am taking four courses.


Introduction to Writing and Research with Adam Barkman if anyone knows anything about English grammar its this chap. I never knew that English was so complicated. Probably the most confusing class thus far. although among the most interesting.

Spiritual Formation and the Church with Steve Ibbotson

Advanced Computer program usage with Steve Ibbotson this guy is amazing how he is able to transition between to completely different types of classes and be ready to fully teach either class to its full potential.


Introduction to Psychology with Kevin Peters who is an awesome prof always has a good joke lying about to start the class of with, then a mind boggler for the end of class. By far the best thing about him is he loves what he is doing and he shows it.