Friday, July 24, 2009

Dear Americans

I'm sure this is something you'd like to be aware of.

8 comments:

Craig said...

Comment is how in french

Craig said...

Or,
Comment is like how in french

Christopher said...

Craig,

What are you saying?

sarah said...
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sarah said...

Craig,

Je crois que tu veux t'amuser avec la langue au lieux que le sujet. Mais comment?

;)

Anonymous said...

lol... Just joking around.
I was making a comment and "comment" is how you start some questions in french. Put it all together and you get a weird, incomprehensible sentence.
"Comment" is like "how" in French.

Anonymous said...

I really have nothing but non-sequiturs to add. I stop by and read your blog, but it's mostly over my head, at least over my head for me to have anything to add to the conversation.
I've been focusing mainly on youth ministry lately.
I can add random lighthearted comments or try to start random arguments with people, but I'm really not studying any material that is relivant to the discussions.

Anonymous said...

I'm currently reading James Chung's True Story - http://www.crosswalk.com/books/11577247/
and Alex Caine's Befriend and Betray. I just finished reading Mark Devries' Sustainable Youth Ministry.
I have also been playing around with picking up free satellite transmissions using some outdated technology and a couple old starchoice dishes on my porch.
I currently get about 300 channels, but almost all of them are entirely unwatchable because they are in other languages or cultures.
The most watchable channels that I get are a version of Fox called Kuil, Biography and History that are currently being sent free out as a test of the hotel network.
If you look at this listing, for example:
http://www.tracksat.com/satellite233.html
I'm receiving the free (so beige coloured ones) channels in the bottom half of the chart (the ones where the frequency column shows a number of 11.655 or higher (KU). The low numbers are C band and I would need a much larger dish to pick them up.
I also am picking up the free channels on the satellites at 97w and 123w degrees. I am thinking about moving the one at 123w degrees to 125w degrees in order to pick up the pbs channels but I read that some other hardware is required in order to decode the dolby ac3 audio transmitted by those channels and haven't found a cheep way to do that yet.

Something different to do. I need a new hobby already though because I'm bored with it.