Check out those mall bangs!
A friend on Facebook asks: "Praying for our son-in-law at Cherry Point MCAS and for my sister-in-law and her family in Virgiania Beach. May God reduce the strength of the storm and protect all that is in her path."
Imagine getting to the place where we're not just sleeping during the storm, but *rejoicing* through it! God works through suffering - it's up to us how we handle it.
My Droid's been off the charger for a couple hours and I'm already at 80% just from the phone sitting in my pocket. We'll see how the day goes but, so far, battery still seems to be draining fast.
Because I'm still on my launch Xbox 360 w/ a 20GB hard drive, and I'd like to give it to one of my less fortunate friends (along with an Xbox Live Gold card, my treat) so he and I can kill each other in games like Gears 2 and Halo 3, him on his hand-me-down-but-still-playable Xbox 360, and me on my new Xbox 360 slim.
How can we crucify you, you didn't really say anything other than, "I like the iPhone." Tell us why you think it's better than Android, and be specific. *Then* we'll crucify you. ;)
I'm in agreement with you. But the father saw Jesus in his son, not in himself. We have the holy spirit but that doesn't make us Jesus. Jesus even came to be a servant. It's when we falsely align ourselves with the Word Made Man that our ego gets out of control, and self becomes confused with Jesus.
My first computer *ever* was a Mac which I had for years. I'm very familiar with Mac OS. I just prefer Windows. Is it because I'm more savvy, like Andy? Maybe. At the same time, when people buy a Mac, they *are* buying the brand whether they want to admit it or not. Why else would they defend the brand so jealously? You don't defend "ease of use," else you'd defend all of your "ease of use" choices the same way.
It's OK to say you're a Machead. Andy and I just know to speak slower when we're around you. ;)