My mother still tells me to “Come safe home,” which I understand is German-influenced syntax? But that’s about it.
I’ve got Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry, but somewhere along the way the living cultural traditions fell out of my line of descent. So I’m always grateful to come across articles like this.
Ah, the mundane explanation is so disappointing...
No message, unfortunately.
“Despite the devastating mockery of this attitude in Jonah and all the parables, it’s still ever-present and perniciously popular. That’s partly because it’s a spiritual disease that serves the interests of the very wealthy. They’ve fed and nurtured this sickness for so long that the ‘morality’ of debt is now a complete perversion and inversion of what the Hebrew scriptures and the New Testament Jesus (Mr. ‘I am Jubilee in the flesh’ himself) had to say about it.”
Sharing this old blog post from Fred Clark for no reason in particular today:
“Jubilee Always Makes Some People Angry”
“A dog was missing. Cavers found her two months later 500 feet underground.”
Crazy story! Happy ending.
Me just now: "ugh why can't maps accept multiple locations and put them in order based on the most efficient route instead of making me order-- oh. Right."
This evening I installed a voice chat plugin on the kids’ #minecraft server. The poor 2010 Acer Revo nettop is hitting the swap pretty hard and just generally hating life. I can see this is heading toward me shelling out for a more capable box. (Skinflint dad sighs.)
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