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Jay Lake
Date: 2011-11-01 05:25
Subject: [links] Link salad enters November
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Tags:cars, cool, links, occupy wall street, personal, politics, religion, science
Hudspith Steam Powerd Bicycle — (Via [info]danjite.)

U.S. Navy Expands Algae Biofuel Testing At Sea And In The Air

Your average, everyday zombie — Real life zombies from our friends in the animal kingdom.

Self-similar textures in 3D computer graphics — This is pretty cool.

Would Jesus Occupy Wall Street? — No, old JC run them down with His SUV. Ask anyone in the GOP base.

Obama Wrote 5% Fewer Rules Than Bush While Costing Business — Hey, look, another conservative talking point about Obama turns out to be a lie. Who could possibly have foreseen such a thing?

?otD: How many souls today?




11/1/2011
Wriing time yesterday: 0.0 hours (chemo fatigue)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 11.0 hours (fitful overnight plus napping)
Weight: 215.8
Currently (re)reading: Soul Music by Terry Pratchett

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User: joycemocha
Date: 2011-11-01 13:18 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
And, she argues, Jesus says in the Gospels that the meek will inherit the Earth.
“There would be no Wall Street if Jesus and Mohammad had their way,” said Ghazala Munir, one of the founders of the Interfaith Dialogue Association in West Michigan, during the Oct. 19 panel discussion at Fountain Street Church.


Yep. Hmm. Gives me some ideas for a Jesus and Mohammad story. Totally respectful...and true to both Bible and Koran. Probably never write it, but still...

On a more serious note, the Gospel at Mass this past Sunday was Matthew 23, 1-13, which ends with "All who exalt themselves will be humbled and all who humble themselves will be exalted." The priest tied it in solidly to OWS.

Then again, these days I'm going Jesuit, and when they go social justice, they go it pretty dang 110%.
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