New water snake generates electricity ~ link
I went into Footlocker looking for flip-flops and left with three pairs of Birkenstocks -- $30/pair on sale. Birks are my favorite for comfort but I haven't bought any for several years because they've become so pricey. But now the German tourist look is back into my life!
You just never know what you'll see on a Guam road.
Alec Garrard has been working on a 1:100-scale model of Herod's Temple for 30 years ago. ~ Pictures
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is now offering a PhD in North American Missiology ~ link
Arizona may get a fourth state university. This one would be an instructional institution -- more along the lines of the CalState schools. Arizona State University (my alma mater) and the University of Arizona are both research oriented -- U of A perhaps most so. Northern Arizona University is more instructional but still has a strong research streak. ~ link
The memorial service for our friend Kathy Newell will be at 7 p.m., Friday, at the Lutheran Church of Guam. We're all still kind of numb on this whole thing -- but grateful for her life and her love for Christ and people in the developing corners of the world. ~ PDN story
I saw my first Nissan Cube today. Impressive. ~ link
It looks like there is even a EV Cube prototype. ~ link
The US leads the world in incarcerations. Is it that we're just that much more efficient at catching the crooks? I don't think so. ~ link