Archive for May, 2010

Memorial Day

Posted in music on May 31, 2010 by Jonathan
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Leeroooooooooooy!

Posted in entertainment on May 30, 2010 by Jonathan

For the record, I have never played World of Warcraft:

Working

Posted in news on May 30, 2010 by Jonathan

According to this study, over the course of one day the presence of Pac-Man on Google wasted over 4.8 million hours in the workplace. And we loved every minute of it.

(FYI: You can still play Pac-Man on Google’s homepage here.)

“A revival afoot”

Posted in news, religion, Uncategorized on May 24, 2010 by Jonathan

When I think of Jesus, normally the words “Swedish biker” don’t come to mind — then again, I wasn’t in Stockholm over the weekend, where thousands of  Christians, some on motorcycles, came to worship. Attendance in this major city of a post-Christian continent was estimated to be 25,000. Said one of the attendees:

“The way we see it at our church, things are starting to happen. More and more people are finding salvation and we actually believe there’s a revival afoot. You can feel it in the air; it’s so easy to talk about the gospel,” he said.

“I don’t come from a Christian background. I was 43 when I found salvation and I really have a life before and after. This is fantastic.”

I ask my many, many Swedish readers: Is there really a revival up there?

Now that’s an ad

Posted in politics, Uncategorized on May 19, 2010 by Jonathan

I know nothing about this man but I already want him to win.

Attack of the mutant teletubbies

Posted in news, Uncategorized on May 19, 2010 by Jonathan

London has unveiled the 2012 Olympic Games mascots, which resemble something out of a Roger Corman movie from 1967.

[HT: Drudge Report]

Knowing your audience

Posted in movies, news, politics, Uncategorized on May 16, 2010 by Jonathan

In an interview with a Spanish newspaper, Woody Allen says he wouldn’t mind if President Obama were dictator for four years. He says this, of course, to a paper whose country happens to be well-versed in the joys of dictatorship.

[HT: Big Hollywood]