Hillary Clinton is 69 in a few days (Oct. 26) which would make her the second-oldest US president. Donald Trump would be the oldest at 70.
@PopSci so, is the simulator a simulation, too? reality denial is a black hole.
RT @ValaAfshar: You probably do this every day, but you don't know what to call it https://t.co/W12EvIHonl
RT @ColoradoRapids: Two words transformed the Rapids in 2016. Now it's time for all of us to #KeepFighting in the Audi #MLSCupPlayoffs:… https://t.co/j1lFcGN0Ls
Google phone is probably OK, but it's like a phone made by Webster's Dictionary, Rand McNally Maps, or Yellow Pages. It's an image problem.
Plant-Bonham - Rare Interview - 1970 (interesting point in history) https://t.co/QHQE6cK0t2
RT @EnvDefenseFund: Time for a price on carbon? A former Bush official says yes. https://t.co/hmKH57CPUK
RT @CodeWisdom: "Every great developer you know got there by solving problems they were unqualified to solve until they actually did it." - Patrick McKenzie
@CRInstitute Who did Sarah laugh at when she heard she'd have a child? Who did she physically overhear and Who "caught her" laughing?
@CRInstitute So God can dine with Abraham, meet w/ Moses, wrestle with Jacob, appear to Isaac, inhabit Mary's womb, but can't walk in Eden?
@CRInstitute Moses face-to-face with the Logos in Exodus 33, not Genesis 33.
@CRInstitute Yet Jacob wrestling (Gen 32), Abraham dining (Gen 18), Moses talking (Gen 33), Isaac seeing (Gen 26) & more are Christophanies.
@CRInstitute Why do you always make the "Does God have big feet?" joke re: Genesis as if you don't acknowledge Theophany?
I'm finally listening to that Serial podcast. I couldn't get into it when it first came out. It's starting to drag here at the 4th episode.
I was named after a French guy.
In Genesis 18, Abraham feeds Jesus some meat, cheese, and milk. That's your Bible lesson for the day, kids.
I need to tweet about 40 more times before the end of the year to hit 3000.
I need a virtual reality DVR that records dreams. So amazing, sometimes.
Sheesh, I can't believe I hadn't seen "Mr. Bean's Holiday" until tonight. Also, "I'll Be Home For Christmas" is a pretty good family movie.
"...you will be blessed, because they cannot repay you. For you will be repaid at the resurrection of the just.” -Jesus (Luke 14:14)
Watched Ernest Saves Christmas until I passed out.
I'm paying my daughter to perfect four Christmas songs of her choice. She would have done it without money, but the motivation is maxed now.