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Not much going on in our world. We got a phone in our house. First time I’ve had a land line in many moons. We’re actually switching all our services over to an AT&T package – moving to DSL and Dish Network from Time Warner and already made the switch to Cingular from T-Mobile. Saving about $45 a month. Word.

Guess it’s back to work.
To work.
To work.

Ro-Dog’s smiling and able to hold his head up for quite a long time before wearing himself out. Strength. Grrr. You gotta see this kid smile. Melts my old heart.

In other news,

Lots of juicy ideas to marinate on in this Newsweek article:

[…]the impulse for generosity must have evolved while humans lived in small bands in which almost everyone was related, so that goodness became the default human aspiration. This is a rebuke not merely to believers who insist that God must be the source of all goodness—but equally to the 19th-century atheism of Nietzsche, who assumed that the death of God meant the end of conventional morality.

I’ve been wanting to read Harris’s book for a while now. Maybe Half-Priced Books will have a copy. Or do any of you have a copy to loan?

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