~ John Frye is doing a piece on the "Joy of Mini-Church" -- not the usual size bashing.
~ CNN on September Dawn, the new controversial movie about the September 1857 massacre of more than 100 settlers killed by a band of Mormons, posing as Native Americans. The timing of the movie's release seems political.
~ More uses for aspirin. Don't miss the additional suggestions in their comments section. I wonder if you could use aspirin to treat gray hair.
~ The Guam Public School System has lowered the minimum test scores that teachers must achieve to be granted a credential. One more step toward reaching the district's goal of providing "an adequate education" (not an excellent or quality education -- but merely an adequate education) for every student. We wouldn't want to look like an island of over-achievers.
~ The Gospel
~ A new report predicts that the global population will grow by 50% (to 9.3 billion) by 2050. We're going to have to put all of these people somewhere. Most seem to be heading toward the cities.
~ Asimakoupoulos has been getting all kinds of electronic ink because of his piece on St Arbucks. Way to go, Greg! You just never know what's going to click with people.
~ No, my skype isn't working either. Hey, I'm used to outages. I live on Guam!