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Rest in peace, Internet Monk.

posted by admin

A man known in the cyber world as The Internet Monk, has died. Michael Spencer lost his battle with cancer tonight. My prayers go out for his family and for all those who loved and will miss him.

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Firedoglake working to oust Lieberman’s wife from breast cancer charity

posted by Susan Johnson

The left is so angry with Lieberman that they are taking it out on his wife and a breast cancer charity: A liberal Web site is trying to enlist celebrities to persuade a top breast cancer research group to dump […]

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WH to lefty bloggers: Take off the pajamas, get dressed…

posted by Susan Johnson

And realize how hard it is to govern in the center (or words to that effect :-). I wonder how the lefty bloggers are going to take this: Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy […]

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Liveblogging the Senate Finance Committee Debate on the Public Option

posted by Susan Johnson

Noooo, I’m not liveblogging it! But this blogger from the NY Times is. Very helpful. We can go live our lives and then check in later for the highlights.

The majority of the DC protesters aren’t ready for the “loony bin”

posted by Susan Johnson

It’s not very helpful of Dreher to label the DC Tea Party protesters as “kooks” based on one picture. I know that a picture is worth a thousand words, but come on, you base your opinion of a movement on […]

Why I won’t be purchasing a $1300 washing machine from Maytag

posted by Susan Johnson

I don’t have enough clout to get it repaired. I don’t have a million Twitter followers and a blog with a huge following, so if I have a problem with it and complain, the “manager of the executive office” from […]

Google ordered to provide blogger information in court case

posted by Susan Johnson

This is a wake-up call to all bloggers who think they can remain anonymous: A Vogue cover girl has won a precedent-setting court battle to unmask an anonymous blogger who called her a “skank” on the internet. In a case […]

The Whole Foods Controversy

posted by Susan Johnson

The Atlantic Wire has posted a roundup of the reactions to the boycott of Whole Foods by lefty bloggers over the WSJ opinion piece written by Whole Foods CEO, John Mackey. Mackey angered the bloggers by suggesting a free-market solution […]

Evidently, the AP isn’t going after bloggers

posted by Susan Johnson

That’s what Ryan Chittum of The Columbia Law Review found out: “We want to stop wholesale misappropriation of our content which does occur right now–people who are copying and pasting or taking by RSS feeds dozens or hundreds of our […]

Not much blogging today

posted by Susan Johnson

I’m going to be hanging out with my family today, so no blogging (or even tweeting or facebook). Real conversation, not electronic I’ll leave you with this. The real reason famous people die in threes

An Independence Day reminder…

posted by Susan Johnson

As Instapundit would say, “HEH” (via)

“Armenian” to Calvinist transreligious changes now available…

posted by admin

Did that grab your attention? This is my new favorite “let’s laugh at ourselves” blog. It’s called the Team Tominthebox News Network®, and it’s a riot. And after you read this article, find the one on ESV-Kindle-Only churches. How do […]

“Digital TV transition mayhem blog”

posted by Susan Johnson

You can keep up with the chaos that ensues today as the broadcast channels switch from analog to digital here. My husband isn’t here and I’m not sure how to rescan the channels, I hope my daughter can figure it […]

I have guests…

posted by Susan Johnson

So, I wasn’t able to blog. I wanted to blog about the prop. 8 decision but I didn’t get the chance (my mother-in-law and I talked too much this morning) and now I have to go to the rehearsal for […]

While I was away from the blog

posted by Susan Johnson

I’m finally getting around to reading all the comments that you guys were posting when Sarah took over the blog. Sarah told me about this comment: Sarah, you absolutely must not lock your mother in the basement, no matter how […]

I was having technical difficulties…

posted by Susan Johnson

Getting on Movable Type. I think it might have been a problem with Vista. (Drat MS! They really blew it this time!) I finally thought to reboot my computer and now, as you can see, I was finally about to […]

Sorry for the lack of posting today…

posted by Susan Johnson

And for the light posting this weekend. I was studying for my Prophets final which was today. I think I did OK. It was a lot of work but I read everything I was supposed to read, listened to all […]

Michele Derangement Syndrome

posted by Susan Johnson

Oh.My.Heck! Some of the commenters on this blog have it bad, real bad. You guys have lost it and gone over the deep end. Political discourse has hit a new low on this blog (I can’t say on the Internet […]

I’m back….

posted by Susan Johnson

I just got back last night from Montreal and was too exhausted to blog and now I’m getting ready for church but I saw something from Friday that I plan to comment on. Full blogging will resume later today

So, this seems like a good time to take a break from blogging

posted by Susan Johnson

Everyone will be focused on the Olympics, Obama is taking a vacation and who really cares what McCain is doing (unless it’s a snarky ad about Obama and I’m not interested in the love life of a potential VP or […]

Comment policies

posted by Susan Johnson

Please be aware that there are comment policies for Beliefnet. Could you please do me a favor and read them and make sure that you refrain from violating them. I will delete comments that do.

A response to my Reformed theology post

posted by Susan Johnson

When I was harassed into proving that my Reformed theology is the source for my worldview and not the Republican party, I provided you guys with a nice little primer that explains Reformed theology so that I can then provide […]

EFF explains fair use

posted by Susan Johnson

I found this article by the EFF very helpful in explaining why the AP is clearly going outside the bounds of fair use. Those of you who are accusing me of plagiarism for using parts of news stories might want […]

Turns out the AP owes bloggers a lot of money

posted by Susan Johnson

Using their own standard, Michelle Malkin determines that the AP owes her $132,125 for quoting her blog above the 5 word limit. I like Ace of Spade’s new policy: I will limit the the words actually quoted from AP stories, […]

I’m not quoting from AP anymore

posted by Susan Johnson

Since the AP is going after bloggers for quoting snippets from their articles, I’ve decided to just stop using them. Here’s a breakdown of their charges currently which is way more restrictive than the current law allows. Did you know […]

OK, you’ve worn me down….

posted by Susan Johnson

I fear that the commenters are confused and need a little help with how Reformed theology is reflected in my posts. Or more specifically how I view the particular news item from a Reformed perspective. So, here’s what I’ll do. […]

Hey, commenters! I’m sorry I can’t engage in much interaction right now

posted by Susan Johnson

But I’ve been very busy. That’s why posting has been so light. I’ve been busy with errands for my daughters, doctor’s appointments (I’m going to need another operation), working out, shopping and movies I’ll try to slog through the comments […]

Canned Responses

posted by Susan Johnson

Since the commenters insist on repeatedly making the same charges against me I’ve decided to started saving my responses in Microsoft OneNote as a way to save me time and aggregation and to demonstrate the lack of imagination in the […]

I’m giving my lefties readers a present today…

posted by Susan Johnson

No Obama bashing all day. A 24 hour Obama free zone. I don’t care what he does or says today, I will not post anything with his name on it or even allude to the story. See Christian love in […]

A Bart Ehrman and N.T. Wright Debate

posted by Susan Johnson

They’ll be blogging it out over the problem of suffering. If you struggle with this issue, you might want to check it out. Is our pain God’s problem? If God is good and all-powerful, why does he allow so much […]

MovableType won’t let me comment on my blog….

posted by Susan Johnson

So, I guess I’m off the hook to respond anymore tonight Here’s the evidence in case you don’t believe me: Your comment submission failed for the following reasons: Too many comments have been submitted from you in a short period […]

Oh.My.Heck! We finally made the “Hottest Topics”

posted by Susan Johnson

But I’m bummed that it wasn’t for a more interesting post. Thanks to RJohnson and meh for the bulk of the comments

Time’s First Annual Blog Index

posted by Susan Johnson

If you haven’t seen this list, you’re in for a major shot as to who is #1. And I was quite surprised to see Daily Kos was at #24. I guess they shouldn’t have ticked off the Clinton supporters. (via)

Blogging, the digital sweatshop

posted by Susan Johnson

So, do you think we should start a union? They work long hours, often to exhaustion. Many are paid by the piece — not garments, but blog posts. This is the digital-era sweatshop. You may know it by a different […]

Most Americans don’t read political blogs

posted by Susan Johnson

So, what are you people doing here? Evidently, you are the elite or just weird A majority of Americans do not read political blogs, the online commentaries that have proliferated in the race for the U.S. presidency, according to a […]

Hot Air Liveblogging the Election Results

posted by Susan Johnson

It’s a chat room type liveblogging. Pretty neat and informational.

Blogging’s Good For Your Health

posted by Susan Johnson

As far as I’m concerned this is a load of crap! Blogging can help you feel less isolated, more connected to a community and more satisfied with your friendships, both online and face-to-face, new research has found. The research, from […]

You need to put in a email address when you leave a comment

posted by Susan Johnson

Or it will junk your comment and it won’t publish. Feel free to put in a fake email address but it probably should be in the form of an email address. And if you put in an embedded link, your […]

If you leave an anonymous comment…

posted by Susan Johnson

I’ve decided not to delete anonymous comments, I’m going to give you a name. Yes, that’s right, I have the power to edit comments and I will change your name from anonymous to whatever I feel like, so you may […]

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posted by Susan Johnson

I never remove comments from this blog unless they are anonymous. I could care less if you disagree with me and I fell no need to suppress your views. If you think I’m afraid of your soaring rhetoric and the […]

We do not allow anonymous comments

posted by Susan Johnson

Use an initial, name, pen name, nick name, name of your dog, whatever but if it’s anonymous it will be deleted.

Happy Second Blogiversary to us!

posted by Susan Johnson

So, I was googling “reformed chicks” to see if anyone had linked to us because I no longer have access to a stat counter and I came across this post and was surprised to discover that it was our second […]

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posted 3:05:14pm Aug. 27, 2012 | read full post »

One Final Word
My dear friend Michele slipped into eternity on Wednesday, February 1.   She was a remarkable woman who left a legacy of faith, determination, and love. For three years she courageously battled the ovarian cancer that eventually robbed her of her life.  A few days before she died, one of her docto

posted 8:43:41pm Feb. 10, 2012 | read full post »

The rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated
My husband told me that there are rumors that I've died. I'm happy to report that I'm still very much alive. My cancer has gone to stage four but we are controlling it with chemo, the cancer numbers are currently in the normal range. I've stopped blogging to concentrate on my daughters and writing a

posted 7:07:55pm Aug. 23, 2010 | read full post »

An update and a prayer request
Several people have asked about Michele's condition, and have promised to pray for her. On her behalf, I thank you for that. I spoke with her a little while ago, and she asked that I come here and tell you what's going on, and to ask you to pray for her. She isn't able to post here herself right

posted 4:55:36pm Apr. 06, 2010 | read full post »

Rest in peace, Internet Monk.
A man known in the cyber world as The Internet Monk, has died. Michael Spencer lost his battle with cancer tonight. My prayers go out for his family and for all those who loved and will miss him. :(

posted 11:52:00pm Apr. 05, 2010 | read full post »

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