Friday, March 16, 2007
I Want One of These in My Front Yard!!!
My wife told me an unbelievable story . . . something about a R2-D2 mailbox. I thought she must have been trying to fool this devoted Star Wars fan, but she pointed me to TheForce.net which had an interesting report: "R2-D2 Mailboxes Confirm Rumors." Their short update included pictures of a new mailbox to be used by the United States Postal Service that celebrates the 30th anniversary of Star Wars. And guess what? These pictures included a web site link: uspsjedimaster.com.

Everyone should see this site! It almost makes me want to use snail mail again . . . well, not quite.

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At 8:03 AM, Blogger -Belinda said...

Awesome!! If they have something "in a Darth Vader", I am sure Jim would go ballistic!!!!
Are you going to blog on the "Gay Fetus" debate?

 
At 10:26 AM, Blogger John said...

Belinda,

I am currently not planning on blogging over the debate on babies being born gay. If you want, we can discuss it more at church on Sunday. Frankly, I think it is a tempest in a teapot. The media has generated a lot of hype, but very little substance.

In any case, be sure to read Dr. Mohler's response: "Was it Something I Said? Continuing to Think About Homosexuality."

For those who haven't read Mohler's original post which generated all of the controversy, be sure to read: "Is Your Baby Gay? What If You Could Know? What If You Could Do Something About It?"

 

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