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    There is no god, and that’s the simple truth. If every trace of any single religion were wiped out and nothing were passed on, it would never be created exactly that way again. There might be some other nonsense in its place, but not that exact nonsense. If all of science were wiped out, it would still be true and someone would find a way to figure it all out again. Penn Jillette
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    Recently a friend posted this video on facebook.  The presentation is fun – in fact there are a lot of these kind of things on youtube that we spent time laughing about at our house the other day – but what touched me here was the music.  Such powerful music.  The music in this video brings tears to my eyes.

    What I’ve been listening to lately:

    Michael recently sent me a recording of himself performing two of his songs, Open Road and Petrified

    Open Road


    Michael is stoked because he will be playing again, on February 28th, at the Urban Lounge in Salt Lake.

    Lindsay Mac

    She say’s she can’t play the guitar at all, but I really love the way she plays the cello!

    Some Great News!

    geddy-leeI just listened to a brief segment of Bob and Tom during which they talked with Geddy Lee.  They asked him about future plans for Rush and Geddy said that right now they’re taking some time off, but that they’re thinking they’ll get together late this year to start writing some new things.  And possibly just as exciting, he’s considering some solo work.  If you’d like, you can hear the segment here (it’s nine minutes long):

    Ok, so I know I’m a little behind on this, but I didn’t watch the Grammy’s and this just came across my radar this morning:
    Coldplay won the Grammy for Song Of The Year for ‘Viva La Vida’ at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles

    I am appalled.  I’m looking for other words that mean appalled.  The only synonym Merriman Webster comes up with is dismayed.  Dismayed is not at all adequate.  I’m appalled.  Merriman Webster says that “appall implies that one is faced with that which perturbs, confounds, or shocks.”  Oh I’m perturbed all right.  Perturb is to “disturb greatly in mind.”  My mind is definitely disturbed.  I am shocked, and sickened and revolted and aghast and disgusted and outraged.  I am appalled.

    When I first heard of Coldplay, I wanted to like them.  I’m not sure why, but I did.  I then saw them on Jimmy …

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