February 28, 2009


I heard about the "FairTax" on the radio the other day and it sounded interesting. Although I have only begun to do research on it, what I've read and heard about it so far seems really interesting. It could possibly be a way we the people of the United States of America could see and affect changes in how politicians spend our money. We would also see how much we really do pay in taxes. Some highlights thus far: 1. Do you think of a tax return the same as not having to pay taxes? You did pay taxes, they are just giving some of what you paid back. And that is not all you paid them. Have you looks at a paycheck and noticed just how much you don't take home? Have you seen a check tell you you've grossed $1,852.56 but you take home only $1,429.42? $299.84 of that one went to the government as taxes. Under the Fair Tax the net would be $1,729.26. That's a lot more money to spend each paycheck. With the FairTax you would pay taxes just like sales tax, when you made purchases. If you don't spend as much money, you don't pay as much in taxes. You would also see how much you are spending in taxes, instead of forgetting about the amount that is taken from your check each month. 2. If government wants to try to colonize the moon, and they decide they want to raise the Fair Tax by 2% to do so, the people of the United States of America would see that tax increase coming and have more influence on their elected officials. We the people would understand the changes to the our taxes and make better decisions on who we voted for and what ideas and plans they campaigned under. 3. The FairTax actually eliminates and reimburses all federal taxes for those below the poverty line. This is accomplished through the universal prebate. This is money given to all American tax paying people based on the amount of money needed for necessities. There is a lot more. And like I said, I'm still researching and reading about it. I'm not really that political but I have been greatly affected by the changes in the economy. My house lost 50% of it's value in 4 years....that's if it would sell right now for anything. I'm interested in change. How about you? Write me some comments after checking out FairTax.org.

February 27, 2009

Slaves to Righteousness

Just because we are saved by grace we aren't free to sin. Romans 6:15-23 tells us once we are no longer slaves to sin we should be slaves to righteousness. If we present ourselves obedient to either sin or righteousness, we will gain the outcome of death from sin or life from righteousness. Thanks to the grace of God we have been set free as slaves to sin and are now slaves to righteousness. We must now present ourselves as slaves to righteousness, which leads to sanctification. Because we are now free from sin, where we once were free from righteousness and life, we must now live in righteousness.

"For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." verse 23.

Praise God for the Free Gift of Life through Christ.

February 23, 2009

Ford Flex Taxi

I saw a blog about the Ford Flex and I couldn't help but think it'd make a great new taxi for New York. It gets fairly good gas mileage (and Ford could make it better with their eco boost engine) and it's got a lot of room. Here's my attempt at coloring a gray one yellow. I suck at Photoshop. Of course, I don't have Photoshop. Anyway, it's an idea for Ford. Ford is the only one of the big 3 American Auto Companies not super close to bankruptcy filing. I think I should work of Ford. I'd do a great job of helping them. My first mission would be a Charger callenger that would replace the Crown Victoria called the Interceptor, off their Police Interceptor Model Vic. It would be an awesome car, built to work well for law enforcement, taxi services, and the big powerful car lovers. It would be rear wheel drive, of course, and be ready to go with technolopy that should already be in cars today. Dear Ford Motor Company, I live in California and want to work for you. I think I have ideas that would continue to lead you on to success over the other 2 American automotive companies. Send me an email and we can discuss my plan to save your company (UAW will needs to go). Thanks, Jimmy the Gun

No Longer Enslaved to Sin

Romans 6:5-14 was today's passage. Sometimes I look at my life and I see patterns of sin and things I do over and over that I know are not right. I feel like I am enslaved to sin. But I'm not. I'm united with Christ and that my "old self was crucified with Him in order that the body of sin might be brought to nothing, so that (I) would no longer be enslaved to sin." I must now consider myself dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus. I can no longer let sin reign in me, causing me to "obey their passions." Instead I must present myself to God as one who has "been brought from death to life." "For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under law but under grace."

This all sounds much simpler than it is though. It is hard to avoid sin. We all do it probably on a daily basis. I think I "obey the passions" of sin because I don't present myself to God daily. Because we are weak, we need to be in constant prayer, study, and devotion to God. We must physically, mentally, and emotionally present ourselves to God every day, even multiple times a day. When temptations are near us, we must run to God. His grace pulled us out of sin and into His presence so we can worship and glorify Him with our lives. 1 Peter 2:9-10 "But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. Once you were not a people, buy now you are God's people; once you had not received mercy, bot now you have received mercy." How can we not be thankful? Grateful? When I think about what sin God has saved me from, I feel like I should be on my face in worship.

Praise the Holy God for Saving me from my sin.
Praise God for His Son. Praise God for Salvation.
Praise God for His Mercy and Grace.

February 22, 2009

Family Guy Makes Fun of the Zune

Who has a Zune anyway? What is wrong with Mircosoft? With all the money they have and spend, you'd think they'd come up with something better that people would actually want.

Annie's Quick Treat

Annie posted a recipe on her blog and I tried it today. I added my own presentation of this tasty chocolate mug cake with the addition of chocolate syrup and powdered sugar, but the taste is all thanks to Annie's blog posted recipe. Thanks for the treat, Annie.

February 20, 2009

Dead to Sin

Romans 6:1-4 tells us that just as Christ died on the cross putting to death sin, and being buried and then raised from the dead "by the glory of the Father", we who believe are also dead to sin and alive in Christ. Baptism is a symbol of this. As we enter the water, we are being laid into the tomb dead in sin. As we come out of the water, we are made alive by God through the death and resurrection of Christ as payment for sin. (This is why I believe in total submersion in baptism. It's a better picture. Once under, probably backward, that's the best picture for me. I think I was dunked forward though........rabbit trail over.)

Praise God for His Son, the payment for sin.

February 19, 2009

Pepsi with Real Sugar

Between 1975 and 1985 High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) replaced sugar in soft drinks and many other processed food products in the USA. Some people believe this led to the obesity epidemic here. I did gain 6o pounds after high school (going from 175lbs on graduation day 1995 to my heaviest of 235lbs in January 2006 when I started the police academy) on a diet of Mountain Dew and Taco Bell. According to Uncrate.com, a men's website of cool guy stuff, bevreview.com is saying that someone else is saying Pepsi is going introduce "PEPSI Throwback" some time in April. Throwback is going to be made with Sugar instead of HFCS. Let the awesomeness begin. the retro design, along with the "better for you" ingredient, may lead to a new trend with sodas. That of course depends on the taste. I for one have never really liked the taste of the Mexico Pepsi, which is supposedly made with sugar not HFCS. Of course, it's from Mexico so...... Also, PepsiCo is going to introduce a Mountain Dew Throwback as well, retro logo and all. I'm excited for the new idea on both beverages. I love Pepsi and Mountain Dew, and I think this is a great idea for the company. Now they just need to bring them back in glass bottles. "Thanks" for the heads up on this goes to Ted, who didn't blog it. He just let me know about this great hope....and to tell me to buy him some if I see it first. Same goes for all of you who read this blog. All of you....all....so the 2 of you, keep your eyes peeled for the Throwbacks. If you see it, email me, or buy some for me...and Ted.

February 18, 2009

All Men Sin, God's Son Saves and it's Free

Romans 5:12-21 talks about sin coming from one man, Adam, bringing death, and the gift coming from one man, Jesus, bringing eternal life. It's a long section to say something pretty simple for me to understand. Because of the sin of Adam, death due to sin began. And all men after Adam, which is to say every human who ever lived, is living, and will live, had/has/will have sin. That sin brings death. Jesus was the only man to live sinless, and only because He is God. Jesus died despite His sinless-ness to pay the price for our sins. This gift was given as justification for us to have life instead of death. Of course, we all still die here on earth but with faith in God we live eternally with Him in Heaven, instead of eternally dying in Hell separated from Him.

Since I'm being serious today I'll say this: DON'T BLAME ADAM FOR YOUR SIN. Every man on earth sins. "All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God." (Romans 3:23) But that isn't the point. "The wages of sin is death, BUT the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." (Romans 6:23) That's the point. Jesus gave us a free gift. And the final verse of the day Jesus said these words, "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through Him. Whoever believes in Him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God." (John 3:16-18)

Praise God for the Free Gift of Him only Son.

February 16, 2009

Made in China

I've been saving this picture for so long, I forgot what I was going
to use it for. Thought it was funny though.

February 13, 2009

Austrian's Use VW Golf to Move Cows

I remember helping Ted move once with the use of my Golf and the use of his Toyota Tacoma. I was able to fit more boxes securely in my Golf than we were able to fit in the bed of Ted's truck. This might be a little more than I was hauling, but it goes to the hauling ability of the Golf.

He Died To Save His Enemies

Would you die for someone? I think I may be willing to do that in the line of saving an innocent person from an unjust death. Like a cop risking his life to protect and possibly save someone else. But would I die to save the person deserving of death for wrongs done against me? Probably not. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't.

Romans 5:6-11 tells us about a love for people that is and did go that far. God sent is Son Jesus to die a death to save all of us from eternal death we deserve for wronging Him. We sin against God every day. Even while we know of this salvation we sin against the giver of life. And it is only through the blood Christ shed for us that we are justified, and saved from the wrath of God. Verse 11 "...we also rejoice in God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have now received reconciliation."

Praise God for His Love.

February 12, 2009

Rejoice in Suffering...even cancer?

Right now is a hard time in my good friend, cousin-in-law, and spiritual brother Jordan Minyard. On the first of the year, our two families went to the snow and to Truckee. On that day Jordan mentioned he had pain, as though he'd been kicked in his male part. 15 days later he had surgery and it was found to be cancer. Now, he has 3 cycles of chemo and a hard road ahead of him. And through this time, I have never been more encouraged by him and his trust and faith in God.

Romans 5:3-5 says, "...we rejoice in sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us."

I can't sum it up better than what the text says. I can only point to the fact that we need to be rejoicing in suffering. It will make the relationship with our great God so much better. I am encouraged by my brother Jordan. He has a faith in God through this really hard time in his life. His strength encourages me.

Praise God for Jordan.
Praise God for Hope.

February 11, 2009

Crazy Love - Chapter 1, Stop Praying

Jordan, Stuart, and I had our first chapter book review of "Crazy Love" by Francis Chan yesterday morning. I'm really starting to find that time so valuable. It's encouraging, challenging, practical, and educational. The first chapter is titled "Stop Praying." The highlights of our discussion focused on some of the great ideas and truths Francis wrote about.

First, the title of the chapter almost seems wrong because of what it sounds like he's saying. But it was really about stopping and reflecting on what you are praying. Are you praying out your wish list to God? It's time to reflect on God. He created everything from the universe to the bone structure of insects and more. God is great and powerful and amazing. In today's society "we are slow to listen, quick to speak, and quick to become angry." This is the opposite of what James 1:19 tells us.

Second, he talked about the fact that we can not make God who and how we want Him to be. He listed some of God's characteristics and that God described Himself as "I Am who I Am." God is holy. God is eternal. God is all-knowing. God is all-powerful. God is fair and just.

I did learn that I'm going to need to highlight as I read, and even take some notes while we talk to do a better review. This week, I'm responsible for being the most prepared with the chapter, in case these to great guys aren't. I don't think I'll anything to worry about but I want to do a good job of being prepared. Overall, chapter one helped me think about the way I pray, and I'm hoping to change my pray habits and style. First, I just need to pray more. Second, I need to pray better.

God is God. I am not. I am hopeless and helpless without Him. I can only hope in Him.

February 10, 2009

The Next Gen iPhone Rumors

So there are, and have been, rumors of a "pro" version of the iPhone since the 1st gen came out. Now there are rumors of the 3rd gen or pro again. Here are some pictures. They all look nice. I'd upgrade if the wish list of missing items was included. Also, I'd go with the one that has a real keyboard.

1967 Dodge Viper

First of all, there was no such thing as a 1967 Dodge Viper. The concept wasn't introduced until 1989. But if there was one in 1967, one artist thinks this may have been what it could have looked like. I think it's a cool idea. I wish I had this kind of talent. I would be working on my concepts for the future vehicles based off of the classics. More from my favorite automotive blog Autoblog.com

February 9, 2009

Through Him We Have Grace

Choosing where to stop and write is hard. I want enough to meditate on for the day and I also want enough to write about without leaving more of the same for tomorrow. Romans 5:1-11 is a little too much to include in one days writing but I read the whole passage because I couldn't stop.

We are justified by faith in God and have peace through Jesus Christ. If you don't have peace, like I often don't, it comes from a lack of understanding this truth. Because of faith we have grace. WAIT, WAIT, WAIT. I just re-read that and it actually says, "Through Him we have also obtained access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in hope of the glory of God." Two things jumped out at me, "Through Him" and "by faith". "Through Him" points to that fact that it is God who calls us to His grace. And some manuscripts omit "by faith" which may also point to the fact that God's grace has more to do with His calling than it does with our faith.

So what am I saying? I believe, left to my own devices I would not have the faith it takes to be called a child of God. I would fail and live in my sin. I think it could read like this: Through His grace I've been called and He revealed Himself to me so that I may have faith in Him and be justified by that faith.

So I got through verses 1 and 2. Not quite to 11 but there is so much here. Gosh, and I wanted to write about rejoicing in suffering. Yikes. I'm no good at that.

Praise God for His Grace.
Praise God it is Through Him.

February 7, 2009

So Many Jokes, Judgment Won Out

Autoblog ran a post under the title "Take A Cab: South Korean woman fails driving test... 771 times" and I just had so many jokes pop in my head that I wanted to write them all down. Then, my better judgment won out. You can come up with your own.

February 6, 2009

Faith Counted to Him as Righeousness

I wish I had the time and ability to write a book or something. I enjoy writing. I'm not saying I'm good at it by any means, but there is some sort of satisfaction in writing.I think the greatest part of this blog being focused on my Bible studies is when I look back and read what I've written in the past. Of course there's always the errors in spelling or grammar, or a sentence that sees to go no where or never end. Like that one.

I think it comes down to reading something I wrote seems to make more sense to me then others. I make sense to myself. Maybe it's only to me but that's really what this blogs for. I continued reading the "Crazy Love" book by Francis Chan last night, and I found myself thinking it was an easy read. Simple truths written simply. Most people know I'm not a strong reader. It's definitely a frustration of mine. But this book was written in a style I can handle...at least so far.

This has been a weird introduction to nothing about the book or my joy in writing. I read Romans 4:13-25, titled in my Bible as "The Promise Realized Through Faith." The promise God gave to Abraham that he would be heir of the world was given to Abraham because of his righteous faith in God. The law is impossible to completely obey and follow because of the nature of man, sin. The law brings wrath because man can not obey it. Therefore we are saved through faith so that grace can be realized and God can take all the credit for salvation. Abraham's faith that God could make him the father of the world, even at 100 years old with a barren wife, was counted to him as righteousness.

Why we sin and sin and sin again, I don't understand. The sorrow and misery that comes from sinning is no good. But we still do it. And without the salvation of God, we would be hopelessly seeking joy through sin. Only God can give us hope and joy and peace in life. The faith we need to have in Him provides the understanding we seek in otherwise foolish things. Knowing Christ is our Savior, frees us from the bonds of our sin. Working to make Him the Lord of our lives also is our life's mission.

Praise God for His Grace.

February 5, 2009

Crazy Love by Francis Chan

I remember thinking Francis Chan was one of the best speakers I ever heard at Hume Lake. Jordan, Stuart and I are going to start a study through a book by Francis called "Crazy Love." I'm going to try and write a review of the book, a chapter at a time. Check out more about the book here.

Righteousness Had by Faith

Righteousness is for all who have faith in God. Romans 4:9-12 talks about the fact Abraham was saved by faith and not by adherence to the law. Circumcised vs uncircumcised was merely a seal of the righteousness he had by faith. Again, Abraham was saved by faith not by works.

I'm not going to stress myself out with trying to write a long explanation of the text I read. I really just want to get back to reading.

February 4, 2009

The Gift of Grace by Faith, Not Earned, Not Deserved

I've read and started to write something about Romans 4:1-8 a few times now. I continue to get distracted by my sin and lack of time allowed for this. And since my last entry, I've not read much beyond this same few verses and a study book my wife and I started together 2 weeks ago. I've also started meeting Jordan and Stuart for some accountability. I got my butt kicked yesterday when I admitted my lack of time in the Word. I spoke to them about some of my frustrations and sins, and how through my time with them I realized that my whole life I've been a "good" person, staying way for the sins of the world (sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll). I told them I've reach a place where I've begun to realize there is no joy in my life. NONE!!! I hate what's happened to me in work. I hate my horrible relationship with God. My relationship with my wife and my family is suffering. I'm in this trial of financial strain. The people I work with cause me other trials and frustrations. I am in a dark place in my life.

Stuart reminded me that my salvation is not based on anything I've done, anything I've earned, anything I deserve. God saved me from my sin despite myself. And, what really hit my heart was when he reminded me God sees me through Christ's blood. I am not seen as a sinner anymore. Even though my sin is wrong and I need to turn from it and flee, God has forgiven me of my sins. Salvation is not based on the number of sins verses the number of good things I do. Salvation is not based on the quality of my life or weather or not I live a "good" life. My salvation comes from God, the gift he gave by faith in Him when He called me as His own.

And now I read Romans 4:1-8. Abraham was not justified by his works but by his faith. "Abraham believed God, and it was counted to him as righteousness." Verses 7 and 8 are a quote of Psalms 32:1,2. "Blessed are those whose lawless deeds are forgive, and whose sins are covered; blessed is the man against whom the Lord will not count his sin."

Why does it take so much to get our attention? Why do we make it so hard to pray and read the word of God? Why do we not long to keep our relationship strong with God? In the study I'm doing with my wife, last nights lesson was on prayer and its importance in keeping the communication going with God. It said, "Relationships, whether human or divine, must be cultivated and maintained if they are to be vibrant and meaningful." We have to spend time every day with our loving Master. 1 Thessalonians 5:17-18 "pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." ALL CIRCUMSTANCES. This is God's will for you (me).

One more text. Stuart texted this to me yesterday after our breakfast meeting. Psalm 69:1-2, 14-15. Mire=crap. "Save me, O God! For the waters have come up to my neck. I sink in deep mire, where there is no foothold; I have come into deep waters, and the flood sweeps over me." "Deliver me from sinking in the mire; let me be delivered from my enemies and from the deep waters. Let not the flood sweep over me, or the deep swallow me up, or the the pit close its mouth over me."

Praise God for His Word. It is powerful and alive.
Praise God for His People. They have the power to encourage and guide and point others to Christ.
Praise God for His Grace. It is an unearned, undeserved gift.

February 1, 2009

MacGruber and Pepsi

UPDATE: This was originally posted at 1:31pm on Superbowl Sunday. But I got carried away with the live blogging and it got pushed so far down that I'm not sure anyone saw it. MacGruber from SNL with Pepsi and the real MacGyver

Superbowl Conclusion

Sorry Cardinals. Good game. No, great game. Steelers win their 6th Superbowl.

Superbowl #43-break 25

People are texting me as though they think I'm going to read their texts. I'm 20 minutes behind. Don't text me trying to ruin the end. GO GO GO!!!!! Steelers could take it right at the end. Too high a throw. Doh! WOOOHOOOO. It's good. Going to replay. Waiting.......what's the decision going to be? And it's good. I'm posting this because I'm sure it's not going to commercial until the game is over, unless we get a run back. And no.

Superbowl #43-break 24

OH CRAP!!!!!! The Cardinals might have just won it. 2 minute warning. Let's Go Steelers. Go Daddy is out of control. The Office looks awesome. What a game and we are back. Let's see what happens......

Superbowl #43-break 23

GE Wind Energy: Tree Huggers Pepsi MacGruber

Superbowl #43-break 22

Hulu: Alec Baldwin is funny. Hero: Alright.

Superbowl #43-break 21

Taco Bell hottie. She'd say "loser." And then she'd run when the parents showed up.

Superbowl #43-break 20

Coke Zero. Lame.

Gold. Lame.

Medium. Lame.

Superbowl #43-break 19

Really round table? A commercial that's been running for weeks?

Wow. Weak break.

Superbowl #43-break 18

Why NFL commercials?

Jack in the Box just got hit by a bus.

Superbowl #43-break 17

Coke is for bugs.

Superbowl #43-break 16

The iPhone keyboard seems to be getting worse as I type these blogs.

HIGHLIGHT OF THE DAY: my son just sat on my lap for a couple of
minutes watching "fooba."

Refs don't seem altogether with it. Roughing (or "Rpighing" as the
iphone decided) the passer? A little weak there ref.

Another pepsi and a dr. Pepper are now weighing heavily on my blatter.

Transformers: looks good.

Too far career builders.

Heroes: can't wait.

Superbowl #43-break 15

Not sure the call was good.

Budweiser with the horse really didn't do it for me.

The race to witch mountain: movie looks good.

The office is an hour tonight. Did he say jessica alba? Awesome.

Superbowl #43-break 14

Nice tackle ref.

Coke is stupid.

Jump. Jump around. Nice Bridgestone.

*********Dennys free grand slam on Tuesday.**********

Superbowl #43-break 13

The "do you want me to throw your phone away for you," jokes are

Holy crap. Fat guy is going to die but he scored in the superbowl. Oh
know a replay. Wait for it. Wait for it. 100 yards by a linebacker.
Touchdown by fatty.

I was getting worried about my earlier prediction that that the
steelers are going to win...for a minute. Tjen that happened.


Why 3D?


Nextel: roadies run the world. That'd be good.

Heroes: yippie!!

Fast forward halftime show. Done. No Bruce.

Tundra: not an F-150

Priceline: no

Overstock: no

LMAO: funny.

What's with the milk, fiber, and local news stuff?

And back to the game.

Superbowl #43-break 12

Hightower is a better football player than he was a cop in police

Cheetos: silly.

Superbowl #43-break 11


Teleflora is just mean. LOL.

Is leno doing a car show? That would be awesome.

Superbowl #43-break 10

Last break had e-trade and a Chuck preview that were both not memorable.

I'm not down with Up: the movie. .

Bruce is old.

Superbowl #43-break 9

Still looking for the cell phone. Oh I just found it in the trash.
Not in the one in the house. It made its way to the green tray outside.
One of the kids? No. My wife threw it out with the celery and produce
bags after making veggie dip.

During this time, I may have lost track of re breaks. I think I'm
still on but I'm not sure.

Apparently Fitzgerald is sucking it up.

If it sounds like Sunday, spell it "Hunday" then people will get it

Superbowl #43-break 8

Good movement by the cardinals.

Haha. Tight end. That's a funny position.

Touchdown carinals. Tons of time for kurt leads to a chance and good.
Let's talk more about the fact that kurt was a grocer.

What G?

Boo cars.com

Heroes yeah!

Superbowl #43-break 7

The Bud commercials aren't that good.

Star Trek: movie looks awesome.

Superbowl #43-break 6

Steelers are probably going to win. Everyone knows that.

Pepsi max: ouch. That was good. Men can take anything except diet
soda. I'll try pepsi max.

Can't wait for Heroes. Good good tv.

Superbowl #43-break 5

Fight, fight.

Oh boy Will Farrell is lame.

Doritos. Lame.

Go daddy. Seen it. Been on the nerd blogs for a few weeks.

Superbowl #43-break 4

Chike? Stupid name.

Spent 30 full minutes trying to find my wife cell phone. Must be on
vibrate 'cause calling it is not working.

Steelers look strong.

4 pepsis since 1:30

End of first Q.

Mr potato head commercial.

Fast and furious: looks good.

Why is that guy making out with a monkey?


Superbowl #43-break 3

Fumble but recovered.

When you have 20 to go, why not throw the ball? Oh that was a
horrible throw. Maybe that's why.

Bud Light: Conan

Year One: movie looks good.

Jury still out on the Venza.

Superbowl #43-break 2

Doritos: snow globe was pretty funny

Superbowl #43-Commercial Break #1

First I think AL Michaels just said Superbowl 40. I think it's 43.

Bud light: guy thrown out of window.

A6: looks soooooooo awesome.

Superbowl Good Commercial-Live Blog

I just realized I don't care about football so I'm going to live blog
commercials I enjoy.

Trailers to Watch for During the Superbowl

There are some great trailers coming during the Superbowl. Watch for: Transformers 2 Star Trek G.I. Joe The Chase (Audi commercial)

Flash Coming to iPhone

iPhone users/haters like myself may have one less thing to complain about in the future. Adobe confirms they are working with Apple on Flash for the iPhone. That is great. Read more at The Boy Genius Report.