Thursday, June 29, 2006

So very loud.

I just got home from teaching at Arts Smarts camp. A summer arts camp at our church for kids, there are 644 enrolled. Of course, I'm only teaching one class, not all 644 kids. But it's very, very loud. So I'm anxious to get home for some peace and quiet. The new CD we purchased at camp today is blaring, Kev and Elizabeth are having a running, screaming, and banging rubber band fight, and the little kids are howling with laughter at them.

Ow. But in a fun way.


Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Kind of a movie review of The Lakehouse

Rubi and I went to see "The Lakehouse" last weekend.

Good movie for a chick-flick (gotta love Sandra Bullock), but the ending made my brain hurt.

It's basically about these two people living two years apart but still writing love notes to each other - one in 2006 and one in 2004. The letters magically appear in the same mailbox, sometimes while they wait.

That's kinda cool.

But then Sandra Bullock goes messing with the timestream and tries to change the past/future/present (??) with one of those notes.

Then the paradox kicks in. Or at least it did for the scifi geek that I am. That's why my brain hurt. By changing her past, and his future, wouldn't she have changed her own present and none of the movie would have happened? Or did she create an alternate timeline, therein leaving her out of the nice outcome anyway?

But! The movie isn't really clear on when she changed the timeline! It seems like she changes it before the event happens in her time, but that doesn't really make sense. Is it late winter/early spring at the end of the movie or is it autumn?

Rubi did an internet search looking for an explanation of the timeline. What she found basically said "don't try to understand it, just enjoy it". The movie was based on a book - I wonder if the book explains it better.

Yes, I'm writing this review almost a week later, and I still can't change the past.


oh yes

That so rocks.


Monday, June 26, 2006


I am a d6

Take the quiz at

I can handle "plain, predictable, and trustworthy".

And yes: my life is better for having taken this quiz and posted the results online. (Mostly because I haven't updated in a week, and this at least puts something new here.) Now if someone would just design a quiz to see what kind of fast food leftovers found on the floor of a car I'd be, my life would be almost complete.


Saturday, June 24, 2006

Book Review: Dark Fathom

Christian Fiction novel Dark Fathom by Tom Morrisey is the 2nd in the "Beck Easton" series. I haven't read the first (Deep Blue). But that's okay. This one stands on its own.
It's a pretty good book. I find it interesting that the main character is not a Christian. In fact, he's basically a secret assassin for the US Government.
This book has action, intrigue, a love story, and Biblical elements to keep the Christians in the story faithful to their Christianity.
The book has several endings, each one to wrap up plot threads. The terrorist incident thread gets wrapped up in an interesting way, quite exciting for a secret agent story. The love-interest story actually gets at least a couple of endings. First it's over, then wait! There's more story! Then, another ending for the love-interest story that is oh so very predictable. But the predictabile ending was executed in a way that made it interesting - kind of "I knew that was going to happen - but I didn't know it would happen that way!"
The terrorist incident plot takes place in the couple of years preceding the events of 9/11/2001. And the story ties into that event as well.
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Monday, June 19, 2006


The grass is still long... longer actually.
The dishes are stacked and the sink is filled with sudsy water waiting for me to decide to get up and wash them (the dishes, not the suds).
But first I should probably start some laundry.
Rubi is at work.
The van is at the shop - hopefully later today it's A/C will work again.
And I have three hours of The 4400 to watch later tonight.
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Sunday, June 18, 2006

Dad's Day

Happy Father's Day to those that are.
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Saturday, June 17, 2006

Mom is blogging.

Poor Elizabeth. Neither of her parents are keeping up with their responsibilities. So here I am, checking in. [looks out window] Yup, grass is still tall. You know why? Because Kev hasn't mowed it. You know why? Because instead, he went to his parents house this morning and did all their yardwork for them. You know why? Because he's a wonderful guy and an awesome son.

So there.

What else? Lots of things going on here on the mom front that are probably only exciting to me. Scrapbooked at a friend's house for a while yesterday. We did the everyone-bring-some-food thing. Sandwich "fixins", fresh fruit, peel & eat shrimp, veggie tray, and the hostess purchased a 12-pack of Caffeine Free Diet Coke just for me. (I'm the only one in our bunch that drinks it, so she usually doesn't have it.) I wanted to hug her - now THAT'S a good friend, someone that'll buy a case of something that nobody in her family drinks, just for when you come over every few weeks.

She herself is a Ski drinker. I believe Ski is an Evansville thing, maybe a regional thing, and one of the reasons that I feel sorry for anyone who doesn't live in Evansville. Turoni's and Grippos are two other reasons.

Anyway, I got one whole 2-page layout done, in...four hours. Had a good time.

Uh. What else? Y'all want to hear about Catherine's ballet class, or Alexander's reading class? How about the ironing I really, really need to do? Or the unfinished Bible study lesson, when I have Bible study in 3 hours? How about that Alexander's birthday is in a matter of weeks and I haven't even purchased invitations, let alone sent them out? No? Well, sorry people, that's my life.

Ooh, ooh! I know! My birthday is in five weeks, and I KNOW you're all in a tizzy about what to get me. I want a dishwasher, so a Home Depot gift card toward that purchase would be perfect. Or anything off my Amazon wish list. I'm not picky. Huh? What? You've never met me, and have no intention of getting me ANYTHING, and besides, I didn't get you anything for your birthday? Oh. Well, that's okay then.


Wednesday, June 14, 2006

International Weblogger's Day 2006

There sits my lawn.
Growing taller each day.
Here I sit.
Instead of mowing.
My excuse?
Today is International Weblogger's Day 2006  the 3rd annual recognition of this esteemed day (join the fun!!).
... back to procrastinating then!
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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Seven Things Meme

Seven Things:

I would like to do before I die:

1. Be relatively debt free.
2. Loose weight.
3. Hang Glide with Rubi
4. Have my eyesight corrected by Lasik.
5. Watch my kids get married and have kids.
6. Easily loose weight.
7. Pay off my home.

I cannot do:

1. Skateboard tricks (tried).
2. Use a gun (never tried).
3. Happily eat vegetables.
4. Avoid meat for any reasonable length of time (not that I'd want to).
5. Motivate myself.
6. Bring myself to eat seafood.
7. Easily loose weight. 

Things that attracted me to my spouse:

1.  Her sense of humor.
2.  Her hair.
3.  Her legs.
4.  Her friendship.
5.  Her smile.
6.  Her twinkling eyes.
7.  Her laugh.

Things I say often:

1. "NO!!!"
2. "9-1-1 Do you have an emergency?"
3.  "Stop it!"
4. "I mean it! Stop it now!"
5. "Don't make me come in there!"
6. "Luvya!"
7. "Yes, I'd like to order a pizza..."

Books that I love:
(or at least really enjoyed)

1. Iron Dragons
2. Dragon Champion
3. The Armageddon Strain
4. The Star Wars Expanded Universe.
5. Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series
6. Isaac Asimov's Robot Series
7. The Star Trek Deep Space Nine post-season 7 continuing series.

Movies that I watch over and over:
(or would if I had the time)

1. Star Wars
2. Serenity
3. Highlander
4. The Empire Strikes Back
5. Stargate
6. Dragonheart
7. Monty Python and the Holy Grail


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Saturday, June 10, 2006

Five More Things

5 things in my vehicle
Broken crayons
Small TV/VCR unit.
More trash.
Hot air.

5 things in my front right pocket
Various coins (more than five).

5 things in my closet
Which closet?
Hall Closet: Bath Towel, hand towel, face towel, paper towels, linens.
Bedroom Closet: clothes, Legos, computer parts, filing cabinets, comic books.

5 things in my refrigerator
Cold air.
Hamburger Buns.
Grape Jelly.

5 things in my head
More cobwebs.


My turn.

Okay, VERY occasionally I'm in the mood for a meme. This happens to be one of those occasions.

1) What were some of your scariest vehicular experiences, either behind the wheel or as a passenger?

Ooh, this is an easy one. Taking out a guardrail on a street near where we live now. I was driving to work, it was dark and the roads were icy. There was a place on my route to work where the road jogged over, so you were kind of driving toward the guardrail, then made a quick 45 degree turn to stay on the road. The guardrail was along the edge of someone's yard. I hit a patch of black ice as I was going into the turn. The car didn't turn, and I panicked and slammed on the brakes. Whoops. I had time to scream and throw my hands in front of my face, then bang. I'd flattened the guardrail and landed in that yard. The people who's yard I was in were SO kind to the sobbing, freaked out 21 year old in their yard - they said it happened all the time. (!!!) Nope, I wasn't hurt. Weird thing I remember from the accident: Kev's hardback copy of Mists Of Avalon was in the backseat. The impact threw it into the back of one of the front seats, hard enough to tear it in two. Yikes.

2) Are you going anywhere fun this Summer, and does Summer even mean the same to you as it did when you were younger?

The browncoat thingy that Kev mentioned. Holiday World with some friends.
Summer certainly doesn't mean the same thing as when I was younger. I spend lots of time trying to pacify my cranky hubby and maintaining the kids schedule. I don't remember doing anything like that when I was a kid! (However, I do remember mowing the lawn, and running over the German Shepard poo that I'd left there because I was a lazy teenager, and didn't like scooping. So I did a halfway job, and paid for it when I mowed over it. P.U.)

3) What was your favorite childhood toy, and how did it influence you over the course of your life?

Huh. I don't know. I remember a really ratty stuffed bunny, I think it was pink. There is some vague memory of my mom telling me no, I could not take it to kindergarten. That makes me laugh, because I've had that conversation with my kids over their ratty old stuffed animals.

4) Choose a cartoon, novel or other favorite work of fiction that's never been made into a movie, and tell us who you'd like to see star in it.

Big screen movie? How about Joss Whedon's fabuloso Once More With Feeling. Two hours long, and on the big screen. How awesome would that be??? Original cast, of course. Also, Witchblade. Original cast. That would make me so very happy.

5) Your Current Age/2 = A (15) A + (A/2) = B (22)Your Current Age = C (31)What was your favorite pizza topping at A, B, and C respectively?(Providing the numeric values of A, B, and C is of course optional).

What? Huh? I don't get it. Wait, I think I do. You know, this is easier if your current age is an even number. Just sayin'.

15 - No clue.
22 - No clue.
31 - Chicken and spinach.

SPECIAL BONUS QUESTION: If you could know one thing about MCF that you didn't, what would it be? His real name!


MCF Test 13

Yay! MCF gives us another Astonishing Test!

1) What were some of your scariest vehicular experiences, either behind the wheel or as a passenger?

Paying for car repairs!
Okay, really - Probably the most scariest vehicular experience I wasn't really involved directly. I was at work, Rubi was on her way to my parents house to pick up the kids. We got a call at work of a motor vehicle accident close to my parents neighborhood involving a vehicle matching the description of the van Rubi was driving. Just seeing that, and knowing Rubi should be in that area about that time, I got scared for my family's safety. It turns out it was Rubi and the kids involved in the accident, luckily no one was hurt - besides the van. An off-duty officer that lived near there just happened to be behind Rubi when it happened. She called in on her cell phone to report the accident, and I took the call. I told her it that was my wife involved. The officer turned to Rubi, handed her the cell phone, and said "Here, it's for you."

2) Are you going anywhere fun this Summer, and does Summer even mean the same to you as it did when you were younger?

Not going anywhere fun this summer. No, I take that back. Rubi and I plan on going to Bloomington for a small Browncoat Shindig involving a showing of Serenity. Plus maybe a couple of daytrips around the area if we can swing it.
Summer used to mean a break from school and more "me" time. Now it means I get to sleep in until maybe 7 a.m. most days (that's sleeping in for me), I get to sweat a lot, do yard work, do my parents yard work, sweat some more a lot, and run Rubi and the kids all over Creation.
All that in addition to my normal "going to work". Plus, summer means vacations (for my co-workers), and that means I get to work crazy shifts and get some overtime, frequently resulting in the loss of sleep and disruption of normal sleeping patterns. And lots of cranky.

3) What was your favorite childhood toy, and how did it influence you over the course of your life?

I can't say I had one specific favorite toy. For along time, I had a stuffed animal of a cat that was my favorite stuffed animal (he's still in storage at my parents house). I had G.I. Joes, and Transformers, Robolinks... Can't say any one specific toy was my favorite and influenced me.

4) Choose a cartoon, novel or other favorite work of fiction that's never been made into a movie, and tell us who you'd like to see star in it.

Hmm... the only one I've ever really thought if is Robotech, and that was when I was in high school. I had a teacher that I thought would be perfect for the role of Exedor.

5) Your Current Age/2 = A (16)
A + (A/2) = B (24)
Your Current Age = C (32)

What was your favorite pizza topping at A, B, and C respectively?(Providing the numeric values of A, B, and C is of course optional).

It was my understanding there would be no math...
However, Pizza math is okay I guess.
A = Pepperoni
B = Pepperoni
C = Pepperoni and Chicken
If you had gone younger, I might have said "sausage". I preferred sausage on my pizza up until I was maybe 12 or so. Please don't ever put veggies of any sort on my pizza. I will have to pick them off, and that just ruins the amalgamation of the pizza.

SPECIAL BONUS QUESTION: If you could know one thing about MCF that you didn't, what would it be?

His real name!


Thursday, June 08, 2006

Book Review: RIFTS - Sonic Boom

I've been wanting to read this trilogy since I first heard about it back in, what? `99?
But no local booksellers carried it, and I procrastinated actually ordering it. Ever.
I finally convinced my local library to order it.
The first book, RIFTS: Sonic Boom, came in just a few days after I suggested it. The other two are still on order.
This book is set in the world of RIFTS, a Palladium Books Role Playing Game. The story is pretty good. Interestingly, what I would consider the "bad guys" of the RPG are the main protagonists here. Showing that, even though the "Coalition" as a whole is the "bad guy", there are still people within that are perfectly normal and just trying to make a living in the world into which they were born.
As I said, the story is pretty good. Lot's of mecha combat, some magic combat, lots more mecha combat. Plus plenty of character interaction and back-story on some of the characters to make us care about them and make them more than just cardboard cutout military grunts.
However, the editing of the book is horrific. It's been said that Palladium Books suffers in-general from poor editing, but this is just plain bad. 
In addition to misspelled words, there are entire words missing - maybe entire phrases. Words are capitalized that shouldn't be (someone was using a search and replace function and wasn't paying attention). Sometimes a paragraph will start with a space, a comma, and then the rest of the sentence. Characters names are left out sometimes where it's obvious they were supposed to be placed (almost as if the author wrote the book, leaving blank spaces for characters he had yet to name and intended to go back and edit them in, but missed some places), and the same thing sometimes happens with items also: "Dave used the  to dig a trench" (to make up an example). 
Scene transitions and character points-of-view transitions are frequently executed poorly within larger scenes, making it difficult to follow the action sometimes. In fact, in a few places it seems as if a paragraph or two of action was left completely out. I expect a few minor editing mistakes in any novel I read, but this is a poor presentation for a good product.
These books were not, I believe, released in main-stream booksellers, but were limited to specialty shops (hobby/RPG stores, maybe comic shops), and direct order from the company.  I think the author assumes the reader is familiar with the mecha, weapons, devices, locations, and general world-setting of the RIFTS megaverse. The author does not spend much time describing many of these things, just calling them by name (NG-V10, UAR-1, X-1000, SkyKing). Sometimes the basic description doesn't even come until after the thing has been mentioned several times.
This isn't a bad thing if you're familiar with the setting, but someone picking this book up because it has cool cover-art (it really doesn't) might be at a loss. And the cover-art; it depicts a Coalition trooper (what most of the main characters are) wearing battle armor, backed against a wall, large rifle in each hand, one discharging. The art is quite cartoony, and seems slightly out of proportion, almost squished.
If you can make it past those (huge) shortfalls, the story more than makes up for them.
Oh... I wanted to mention my favorite character: "Kro Mar" the young dragon. This guy so wants to be a big bad, or even just a competent dragon with a hoard of cool things in his lair. But he always gets in way way over his head, or just make silly mistakes. It's quite entertaining. His plot-line is left for the sequel to wrap up. I hope it does so in a satisfying way.
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Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Book Review: The Evidence

(Not, as it looks on the library shelf due a poorly placed sticker, "Evidence Boy"...)
"The Evidence, Mars Hill Classified book 1" by Austin Boyd is a Christian "science fiction" novel. More correctly, it's an action/adventure book with SF elements - namely, space stations, the space shuttle, space probes, and possible aliens.
I tried really hard not to like this novel. The author puts his "authors note" at the beginning of the book instead of at the end, and mentions that he used his vast military and space-guy experience to write the book, in addition to using real people he knows as characters - mentioning one specifically by name. Turn the page to start the book and there's that character! Gah! I wanted to put it down right then, but I gave it chance.
I'm glad I did. The book has action, international intrigue (interplanetary intrigue?), family life between the main character and his wife and kids and even his parents, and a solid Christian character that doesn't overtly try to convert everyone he encounters. He does drop comments about his faith and the suggestion that they should look into it to most everyone if he gets the chance.
I'm interested to see where the author takes the story in the sequel, how he ties up the loose ends. Will they really be aliens? Will they be fallen angels (or their accomplices) in disguise trying to deceive the masses? What's the real reason the terrorists took out space command at the beginning of the book and how is it related to the alien plotline?
I was going to mention a few of the minor things that kind of bugged me, but they are so minor that I can only remember one right now - so it's not really worth even mentioning, as it really didn't detract from my enjoyment of the book.
All in all, a pretty good book.
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And another thing.

Magneto (sp?) was criminally miscast. Robin Sachs would have been just divine in that role. Just sayin'.

Hey, do you have a daughter? She should really have this:

Oh, wait! What about a boy? Got a son? How about this:

Aren't they great? We got two for the girls and one for Alexander. They should be delivered later this week.


Sunday, June 04, 2006


Yep, I just didn't get it. I've never read the comic books (They're comic books, right?), never seen the other movies, just don't get it. I'm the wrong breed of geek.

Hey MCF - that was Kelsey Grammar? Really?

I was okay most of the time. When that goofy kid leaped off the table and spread his wings, dramatic music all dun-dun-DUNNNN!!!, I nearly choked to death trying to muffle my laughter. He just looked so silly. Snerk.

And the military hand gesture Kev referred to was very similar to Riley's in Fool For Love (BtVS Season 5...Oh, good grief, I'm SUCH a geek.) See: Heh...choo choo.

And when they went flying to the rescue, and found the bad guys awaiting: "Go to stealth mode!" Switch was flipped, plane turned invisible, and I was DONE. No, I'm sorry, this has just gotten too silly. I went for drink refills.


Friday, June 02, 2006

THINKS June 2, 2006

Took the day off from work today, in anticipation of working 12 hours tomorrow night from 7 pm to 7 am (Sunday morning) and then doubling back 8 hours later (Sunday afternoon) to my normal 2nd shift hours of 3 pm to 11 pm. So... no sleep for Kev tomorrow.

I spent the day today hanging with my boy while Rubi and the girls went to a friends house. Alexander and I went to Krispy Kreme for a late breakfast, CiCi's Pizza for a late lunch, then to the dollar store where Alexander picked up a couple of fun toys - a blister pack of "Magna Links" (generic Magnetix), and one of those basketball goals that you mount to your wall or door and throw a small orange foam sponge basketball at and always miss unless you are standing right next to it. While at the dollar store, I found a hardback novel that I had been meaning to read, "Shadowmancer". I grabbed that too and will eventually get around to reading it.
Also on my list of things to read is the new Star Wars novel "Legacy of the Force".

I'm currently reading a Christian fiction novel called "The Evidence" by someone Boyd (book not nearby, or I'd look for his first name). Funny thing: the library put a category sticker on the spine over the "d" in the authors last name, and the word "the" is in small print over the word "Evidence". If you see it on the bookshelf spine-out, it looks like it's called "Evidence Boy". It's the first in a 3-part series about possible contact with aliens, life on Mars, and an astronauts ongoing struggles to balance his professional life and his personal life with his wife and kids (I'm about 3/4 of the way through the book, and can't keep straight how many kids he has - one girl, and at least a couple of boys... maybe 3 boys). It's pretty good so far (except for being murky on the number of children, but that might just be my reading method).

Other Christian Fiction I plan to read is a series about life before the Great Flood, called the Cradleland Chronicles. The first book is now available for free as a podcast!

Other podcasts I've found recently are official gubment podcasts - podcasts from government organizations. Haven't actually listened to any yet, no, I take that back - I did listen to one about NASA budgeting and turned it off about halfway through because it got repetitive.

Awhile back, I mentioned Palladium Books being in dire straights. Here come's Johnny with an update now.

I signed up on Paperback Swap. Haven't listed anything yet, but I will.

Rubi and I went to see X-men3 last night. She didn't really like it. But she's a girl, and not a fan, and really knows nothing about the X-Men at all - So I can't fault her. She kept leaning over to me asking "What's the Blue guys powers beside being hairy?". Really, it was great watching it with her, because she and I share a ...silly sense of humor and laughed together knowingly at some stuff that hardly anyone else would laugh at, let alone "get". There was one scene involving military handgestures, where she snickered and then we both started laughing pretty hard (but quietly so as not to disturb the other 8 people in the theatre with us). The scene reminded us of a funny scene from an ep of Buffy featuring Riley. As for me, I thought X-Men3 was okay. I enjoyed the other two. I know a little of the X-men story and some of the characters history - the movies are definitely an AU from the source material. I won't spoil anything, but there's some great stuff for the fanboys and - you need to stay all the way through the end of the credits. Next geekfest she gets to see with me: Superman Returns.

Rubi and I have another date planned later this month (two actually or more). We'll be going to see a showing of Serenity in Bloomington.

As well as seeing a showing of Serenity on the big screen in Louisville.

That's all for now.

"THINKS": Kev's term combining the words Things and Links: an assortment of images, links, games, trivia, memes, minutia, and whatnot found while browsing and mentioned collectively in a blog or message-board posts.


Thursday, June 01, 2006

Internet Favorites

Here are my bookmarks/internet favorites imported from my browser.

Main Bookmarks

Discovery Channel Series FutureWeapons
The Transformers - News, Toys, Images, Sounds, Video, Community and MTMTE!
Transformers - Transformer World 2005
Point Forecast Your Daily Dose of Star Wars
GateWorld Your Complete Guide to Stargate!
Spamusement! Poorly-drawn cartoons inspired by actual spam subject lines!
Science Fiction Weekly
KMN Torrents
AudioTools Direct - DJ and Mixing Audio Software
Voice Talent For Your Podcasting Show - Robin Good's Latest News
Voice123 - Voice Overs
Christian Online Learning at Christian Courses now offering Continuing Education (CEU) credit
Comic Strips
Evansville Online - Homepage
NWS radar image from Evansville, IN

Book Stuff

Bob Mayer - Author-Speaker
gary tigerman
Psi Phi Star Trek Book Database What's New
The Last Star
Great Commission Illustrated Books - GCI
Used Books Search - worldwide.
James Rollins - Best selling author -
The Official Matthew Reilly Homepage
Aaron Allston News and Events 2004
Michael A. Stackpole's Home Page
Aaron Allston's Home Page
Official site of Peter David, writer of stuff
TheForce.Net - Books - Release Schedule
Clive Cussler
Steve Alten
WebBoard - Kevin Bayer
National Novel Writing Month - National Novel Writing Month
MGPL Webrary® - Web Sites for Book Lovers
The Official Douglas Preston - Lincoln Child Web SIte
Realms Fiction
UFOs, Ezekiel's Wheel and End Times Prophecy Fiction (or is it fiction)
The Official DragonKeeper Chronicles Website
Walter Hunt - The Dark Wing series Home Page
Browse By Category Audio Book, human-read - Project Gutenberg Star Trek Starship Titan Design Contest Winner
Douglas Hirt Author Website Star Trek - Other books by this member


eMerchandise Buffy the Vampire Slayer Spike Standup
eMerchandise Buffy the Vampire Slayer space news from around the web
Windows XP Home and Professional Service Configurations by Black Viper
The fix for Windows XP not letting you delete .avi
PROVANTAGE buy scanexpress a3 usb by mustek Download LAME MP3 Encoder 3.96.1 Stable LAME MP3 Encoder is the best mp3 encoder and is available for free
DVD Ripping Guide
ABATE of Indiana
New York Institute of Photography - Tips for Better Pictures Download latest video and audio codecs, free QuickTime Alternative, Real Alternative, K-Lite Mega Codec Pac
Queen Picture Hall
Queen FanMixers
Winston-Salem Journal Growing Movement is new form of evangelism LEGO Club Games
ThinkGeek Stuff for Smart Masses
The Original Tombstone Generator
ACME License Maker
ACME Label Maker
Learning Resources Center
TheWriteJerry Thank God It's Friday
The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities
The Anchorpoint Essays
Bureaucrash - About
Gear Live ASCII Star Wars Delivered Via Telnet
Opt-Out Prescreen Website
Party Ben - Stuff that's neat to have - Where the Montage is the best part of the Movie!
Free Clipart, Pictures, Photographs and Illustrations
keylime music
HIGHLANDER THE SOURCE OFFICIAL SITE Member's Gallery - Message - Powered by PhotoPost
Star Wars wiki
Konfabulator - Gallery - TVScraper
CELL FOR CASH - Get Cash for Your Old Cell Phones
The KJV Bible in mp3 audio for free download
Ten websites you shouldn't miss
le bd vore
Browncoats View topic - The Losing Side - Mal, Zoe, Wash, PG-13
Ray Stedman Library MP3 Audio Files List
What is BoilerCast
REAPER - Rapid Environment for Audio Prototyping and Efficient Recording Cockos Incorporated Main
Hollywood Records
OverClocked ReMix - Unofficial Game Music Arrangement Community
Intuitor Insultingly Stupid Movie Physics
Adventure Quest RPG
Digital Podcast - Helping you find Electronic Music podcasts for your MP3 player
Christian Podcasts - God's iPod
Comic Book Resources - Daily Comic Book News, Reviews, Previews, Commentary and Message Boards
The Generator Blog
Olive Tree Bible Software Products Free Downloads
Something Awful The Internet Makes You Stupid


Above Top Secret Forums
Explorers Unlimited Index
Firefly Talk Podcast
Forums of the Megaverse® View Forum - Robotech® & Macross II®
Indiana Browncoats Forum ~ Index
Jedi Council Forums - Evansville, IN
PID Recent Unread Topics
TheForce.Net Interactive Presents Era of Rebellion
The Official Highlander Message Board View Forum - Tales From The 'Verse Forum Index
The Serenity Browncoats (Powered by Invision Power Board)
Jedi Council Forums - It's... NATIONAL RETCON WEEK 2006!!

Blog Stuff

All Consuming
Blogger Templates
One Time Memes - The Daily Meme -
CBD Affiliate Lobby
BlogRolling - The best link manager for your weblog and more!
BlogPhotoHut Image Hosting Account
Jeff A. White

Call 9-1-1
Mommyof3's Journal
The Bayer Family Blog
Weapon of Mass Distraction
Blog For Books
Around the World with AiG’s Ken Ham
The Happy Husband
Photon Torpedoes
Suspension of Disbelief
Kensforce Presents Monster Island News
The Comic Treadmill
Sci-Fi Scoundrels
Roboblog III The Odyssey
They Will Know Us By Our T-Shirts
The Bible Archive - Series on Genesis
Radio - Institute for Creation Research
Star Wars Blogs Had a slight weapons malfunction. But everything's perfectly all right now.
Bohemian Word Werks
All The Rage
space archaeology
Stargate Louisville
Old Testament Overview Sermons - Capitol Hill Baptist Church
Booking Through Thursday


The Enterprise Mission
The Crop Circularserious crop circles research
Cydonia & Antichrist, Aliens and Angels on Mars UFOs & the Bible - End Time Prophecy & Conspiracy - Antichrist Prophecy, Israe
UFO Evidence
Science Frontiers Digest of Scientific Anomalies
The Museum of Unnatural Mystery Homepage
Ancient Days Archaeology and Biblical Research Khirbet Nisya - Dr. Livingston's Search for Be
-- THE ARK OF THE COVENANT -- a Historical Perspective --
Biblical Archaeology Society
Cryptozoological Realms Cryptozoology - Scientific study of hidden animals
Unexplained Mysteries Paranormal Phenomena and the Worlds Greatest Unexplained Mysteries
Society for Scientific Exploration Journal of Scientific Exploration A Search for Anomalies
Society for Scientific Exploration
Channel 51
Welcome to Mike Heiser
Welcome to Fortean Slips!
Book of Enoch
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Archaeology Answers About Ancient Civilizations Indus River Valley, Ancient Maps of the World, Ancient India Civilizations, Anc
Poynter Online - The Writing Tools
Millennium Ark Emergency Preparedness - Welcome!
Kabbalah, America and Mystery Babylon, Rapture, Maitreya
Always Check The Evidence
Lost Books of the Bible, so-called.
Satellite Discoveries
Index of -genesis
4 Series on GENESIS
Podcasts of Messages by Ray Stedman
Lew White OnlineYHWHSabbathMessianicNatsarimIsraelYahushuaLewWhiteFossilizedCustomsTorahNazareneIsraelPaganChristianityKipa
Michael Heiser - The Internet's Most Popular Conspiracy Discussion Forum
Genesis 6 GIANTS - Steve Quayle's Master Builders of Prehistoric and Ancient Civilizations
Ancient Archaeology - List of remarkable archaeological finds
ThothWeb - Alien Bases The Mystery of the Moon
The Narrow Path bible study mp3s
Captain's Blog
Astrology and Judaism in Late Antiquity - Astrology in Mesopotamia
Noah's Ark Search - Home Page
2006 Crop Circles
Endtime Ministries - Audio

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3 Day Blinds, Inc. - Lucas Home
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