Sigh. Any policies that keep two adults who love each other apart in their last moments are….just…bad…policies. – post by umjeremy
In February 2007, Ms. Langbehn, her partner Lisa Marie Pond, and three of their four children were in Florida preparing for a cruise to celebrate their eighteenth anniversary. But before the cruise could leave port, Ms. Pond suffered a massive stroke and was taken to Jackson Memorial. But hospital personnel refused to let Langbehn into Pond’s hospital room, even after a legal power of attorney was faxed to the hospital. Pond was pronounced dead of a brain aneurysm about eighteen hours after being admitted to the hospital. The only time Langbehn was allowed to see her partner was when a priest was giving her last rites.
I think this entire post is gonna become dorkier and dorkier. Sorry. – post by umjeremy
Put down that Lego nerd, it’s time to give your (only?) other interest a poke. Meet the $68 animatronic Darth Vader and R2D2 USB hubs. Just stuff a USB Princess Leia into Darth’s neck and watch the dark lord’s eyes glow red as he scans side-to-side for the pretentious scowls of your contemptuous co-workers. Sounds effects? Oh you betcha, listen in after the break.
There are a few more subtle changes, including the ability to make Blogger in Draft your default Blogger homepage. While Blogger still doesn’t offer the flexibility that competitors like WordPress do, these latest updates do make the service a bit more attractive.
The fact they had to make this news…probably means he wears Mossimo t-shirts under his Holiness’ garb. – post by umjeremy
The devil may wear Prada — but the pope does not. According to the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano, the bright red loafers that Pope Benedict XVI wears are not designed by the Milanese fashion house, as has long been rumored.
It’s not about numbers; it’s about a relationship. – post by umjeremy
A church near me had a sign that said “VBS – 1,200 kids, 432 saved!” Again, the heart of that is great, but the sign felt like it should say “That’s a 33% success rate in Fiscal Quarter 2. Be careful, parents might not dig thinking “yay, my kid was #234 at your Christian factory.”