Wednesday, September 07, 2005

10 Things I Have Done You Probably Haven't, Plus Some Things Worth Checking Out


The idea here is to note things you've done that you think are pretty unique -- although, given what's happened in other blogs and journals where this game is being played, you'll be surprised at how many people end up saying "Hey, I've done that, too!" Put them up in your own blog and let the fun begin (you can also add your list in comments, or put a link back to any entry you write).To get you started, here are ten things I've done that you probably haven't:

1) Watched paint dry for eight hours and got paid for it.
2) Done stand up comedy.
3) Shot pool in the Dominican Republic
4) Sang Irish Rebel songs around a campfire at 4:00 in the morning.
5) Got into a pizza fight with 3 day old pizza.
6) Been to a Japanese Tea Garden.
7) Met Jimmy "The Superfly" Snuka
8) Walked from 6th Street to 40th in Philadelphia during a rain storm with no umbrella.
9) Been published as a writer.
10) Had the best Dim Sum in Philadelphia.

What are your ten things? Write them up on your own site and leave a comment here.

Thanks Caffeinated Adventures for another fun one.

What's Worth Reading
Burr in the Burgh has a great article with links to Christianity and the Movies.

And to continue on my Lutheran themed links here is a great hymn posted at Preachrblog.

What makes a child of the 80's? Groping For God has brought back this age old debate that has plagued man for decades.

Have an interest in ancient Christianity? You aren't alone. Think Tank discusses this topic in his newest post.

posted by Out Of Jersey | 10:30 AM

4 Comments:

Blogger Rick said...

who one? you or the 3-day-old pizza? :)

10:42 AM  
Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

I think it was the pizza. We were stinky in a 2 hour bus ride home. Though my dad was the brunt of the attack.

10:56 AM  
Blogger Rick said...

jimmy snuka - that's so cool, too :)

5:48 AM  
Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

Went to school with his kids. The dude was massive. But I was 8 so everyone was massive.

7:41 AM  

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