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Hi Tartan!It is ages since I've checked in on your blog. Sorry! Sad to say I have not listened but hope to get back soon at a better hour of day and do so.I just saw your "thanks for the comments" edit and thought I would make your day :o)RubyP.S. Nice template.
You have made my day! Great to hear from you Ruby...Lord BlessMark
I listened to about 30 mins of the John McArthur message. Good, clear, concise. wish I could get my arminian friends to listen to such. A good reminder to me too of the grace of God in saving me, a wretched sinner.Is there any way you could put how long each one is going to be? This might help potential listeners to be prepared. I know I usually only have small increments of time for the net and this might be helpful.Like today, I have to run off before the end.When I said I like your template it was because I am using the same one - minus the dandruff!!Actually the snow affect is cool :o)Ruby
Yeah, sometimes I am mindful as to the length of some of these messages, so I say nothing in case it puts people off!!Dandruff!!Actually, originally it was snow flakes, but I now consider them to be crumbs in keeping with the blog name!! Post Xmas and all that.Mark
You do know, don't you, that your "crumbs" burn up about 25% of my CPU cycles, just to keep em going. Hit ctrl-alt-del and pull up "performance monitor" and see it on your computer.So, constantly running at 25% cpu, my cooling fan has to keep coming on, which in turns burns more electricity and contributes to global warming.I think I'd be willing to enter into a "cap-n-trade" agreement with you. How's $80 sound? Cut me a check!;-)Kirbywww.uniuslibri.com
Interesting..I checked and you are right.I need to look into this, but have you listened to anything as the thread title suggests?Global warming? What's that?In the civilized world, we call it a cheque. A "check" on the other hand is either a task to validate something or a person who is a resident/citizen of the Czech Republic.Mark
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