Browsing articles from "March, 2008"
Mar 24, 2008

Easter workouts

At Twitter nearly everyone is excited about Easter. Here are our favorite Easter workouts from Twitterers:

Anthony: “Getting ready to workout after a late night and a lovely sleep in. Happy Easter Sunday, everybody.”

Keith: “No Easter chocolate, just an Easter workout … is that legal?”

Jenn: “great morning workout, time to hit the shower and head to my grandma’s for Easter treats and family time”

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Mar 23, 2008

Unhealthy Easter?

Fred Sampson blames his gym for closing on “Bloody religious holidays” blaming them for “messing with my health”.
Hey Fred: In the end the ressurection of all women and men including yourself as well is ultimately good for eternal live. Skip one workout and don’t worry about it!

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Mar 22, 2008

McCain Explains It All For You

Near the summit of the Easter Season Huffington Post makes McCain explain religious holidays, e.g.:
“The Burning Bush. A traditional Jewish sports ritual similar to our Super Bowl.”
and
“Easter. Christian Ground Hog Day.”
Today’s question is not: “Whom do you want to answer the phone?” but “Whom do you want to host the Easter Egg Roll?”
McCain: “I threw many egg-like grenades during my military service.”
Obama: “It’s time for change, but I would continue that tradition.”
Clinton: “I hosted the presidential Easter Egg Roll many times.”

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Mar 14, 2008

Mail.com upgraded


Early times email provider m@il.com finally meets today’s standards. They have always been great in offering over 250 choices in domain names for your email adress. The Faith / Philosphies Category alone accounts for 11 choices:

angelic.com
atheist.com
minister.com
muslim.com
oath.com
orthodox.com
priest.com
protestant.com
reborn.com
religious.com
saintly.com

Not included are all the fan names they offer via NHL Email.
This week they increased storage from 100MB to a 3 Gigabytes for free accounts.

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Mar 7, 2008

Favre retirement coverage has been overblown

EPIC CARNIVAL lists Top 11 signs that the Favre retirement coverage has been overblown. The No. 1 sign is:

“1. Holy Ghost bumped from Christian Trinity, with only a successful mid-season comeback keeping Favre from the second spot”

Let’s restrain to the facts:
– Brett Favre was a Super Bowl winning and a three time MVP
– Brett, his wife Deanna Tynes and their two daughters, Brittany and Breleigh are members of the Roman Catholic Church
A real hero of sport and spirituality has retired.

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