My Mom emailed me the following:
Comments from police officers to persons pulled over:
"You didn't think we give pretty women tickets? You're right, we don't.
"You don't know how fast you were going? I guess that means I can write anything I want to on the ticket, huh?"
"If you take your hands off the car, I'll make your birth certificate a worthless document."
A comment from school children:
TEACHER: Now, Simon, tell me frankly, do you say prayers before eating?
SIMON: No sir, I don't have to; my Mom is a good cook.
The other day I was taking my friend to the airport and he accidentally dropped his cell phone in my car. As I was driving home, he tried calling his cell phone from the airport, but I did not answer it in time, as I had to pull over and look for the phone which I at that time concluded was obviously in my car, having not realized this previously.
When I arrived at home there was a message on my answering machine from my friend stating that he was not sure if he had been pick pocketed or had simply left the phone in my car.
I emailed him this message:
Subject: a message from your cell phone
You abandoned me in that old car, but that nice rather scary looking man is looking after me at his house. I think I am safer with him. I cried in his car and he saved me.
Your Cell Phone
In regard to Facebook, I am very glad that some good friends from England that had not been in contact with me in 5 years asked me to join, and we are in dialogue once again. It has been a real blessing being in contact again with such good friends. My personal way of doing business is to by email, mail, or phone, keep in touch with my good friends that live a distance away, but some folks are not interested in that type of thing, at least not initially. I reason that I have so few good friends that I need to keep in touch with the ones I have and try to find more.
It is interesting to have many of my good and acquaintance friends my age (as Facebook is more popular with younger persons I imagine) from the Vancouver and Manchester areas on one website in relation to me at once. I have asked some of my blogging friends to join, but I understand that some women especially wish to protect their full identity on the web and may not be interested in Facebook, although I think that one could probably join Facebook without providing the last name. Facebook is a side issue for me with the web and will be a very good way to keep in touch with some friends that live far away and to make plans to visit when trips are made. But, my main focus with the web is with my theology blogs and to provide Christian ministry, write theological and Biblical truth, make and keep friends, and to build up my websites with links slowly over time in order to somewhat support my theology career, as I will be looking for work as a professor once I have completed my PhD dissertation, God willing.
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