Daily Archives: July 25, 2008

Friday Top 5: Top 5 lists you will not see on this blog

For those that expect your Saturday Top 5, this one is a little early. You will still get your Saturday Top 5. These are the Top 5 “Top 5’s” that you will not find on this blog.

#5 The Top 5 Things the government does well. The problem is that I can only think of about 3 or 4, if they are good things. I could post a Top 20 list if I was going to include things like “Invading Privacy”, “Spending money like a chick with a credit card” (chicks, please don’t get mad), creating massive bureaucracies, etc.

#4 The Top 5 brands of jeans. That one works for me on a couple levels. I am a guy, and I am only worried about whether they will hold up and whether they will fit comfortably. I don’t care about much else, especially not the color and shape of the little leather patch over the back pocket. Are Jordache still popular?

#3 Top 5 hip hop dance moves. So I was thinking, I probably wouldn’t have the top 5 line dance moves, or ballet steps either. But they would probably be a little more likely than the Hip Hop.

#2 Top 5 ways to prepare cat for dinner. I only know of two ways to prepare a cat for dinner. You can say “here kitty, it’s dinner time!” Or you could just serve it with noodles and chop sticks.

#1 Top 5 favorite episodes of Friends. Kelly loves the TV show “Friends” and has even gotten Trav to believe that it is funny at times. I have probably watched a full 5 or 6 episodes from start to finish, and 2 of them were with Kelly and Trav.


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Friday’s Greatest Hits

This is the best of the best from the previous 7 days. The prestigious EIB (for Excellence in Blogging) will be awarded to my favorite entry of the week. **For the record, I was thinking about waiting until the end of the day to post this so Chris would have to do his homework and that way we might have a totaly different list. But then I decided that I really don’t mind if he copies my post. I would actually consider it a complement.

Pastor Travis blogs about how busy it is this Summer when you would think there should be some calm. The question: What do you do to rest when you are busy?

Kelly shares her story about losing her keys and gives some perspective on life.

Chris writes about another awesome Sunday at Life Pointe in his award winning Sunday Tossed Salad in which he felt the message was spoken directly to him.

Bill gets nostalgic talking about his house growing up and the reality the memories his visit home brought back.

Jesse wins the EIB award for this post that reads like a M. Night Shyamalan movie. Just when you think he’s announcing that TSP is breaking up, he turns it all on its head!

Ritz gives us a glimpse into his twisted mind with his Dark Knight edition of the Goosfaba.

Rebecca shares a funny but embarrassing true story about falling skirts, hip hop dancing, and bean burritos.

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