And here I thought I was being clever

From Scotteriology:

Let me predicate the rest of this by saying I’m OK with little ‘r’ reformed theologians. It’s usually just the big ‘R’ ones that get on my nerves, and if I was to express it technically I would say that they usually mix up first order practice and second order reflection. They confuse the first order practice or embedded theology that you live day to day with the second order reflection or deliberative theology that characterizes teaching – academic and Church.
Google says there are about 1,100 results for a search on "embedded theology".

But!  There are only about 13 results for "embedded theologian".  So my status as a special snowflake is preserved, however tenuously, for the moment :-)

Tiny Core Linux

For your embedded hacking pleasure : Tiny Core Linux

A 10MB basic distribution based on BusyBox, TinyX, Fltk, and Linux 2.6.  Apparently from the same guys who brought us Damn Small Linux, which is a porky 50MB in comparison.

I've seen Linux systems (kernel + root file system) that fit in under 2MB... but of course, they didn't include a functioning UI and X Windows.  Still, it's fun to see how usably Linux is even in very small systems.

How I quit worrying and learned to love...

Arcane Brilliance.

Actually, that's a lie.  I've pretty much loved Arcane Brilliance since my first encounter with it.  Though I don't understand the warlock hate.  I mean... come on.  Let us join together with our fellow players, yea, even the warlocks, so that we might utterly annihilate the true enemies of all that is right and good in the world!

No... not the Lich King!  Sheesh!  He's pretty much going down as soon as he shows up.  Are you kidding me?  No, I mean the one real enemy we can get behind... Blood Elf pallys.  Ugh.  Just saying it makes me want to take a bath.

Anyways... may I quote a passage that managed to inflict an unexpected reverse-nasal coffee experience upon my person?  Of course I can!

Until it is capped, no other stat is as important as hit rating. Though they're becoming more and more rare these days, you'll still run into people who will argue that fact. These people are uninformed, and might also have some sort of cognitive limitation, so be nice to them. They may also believe things like "rainbows are made of skittles," and "Antifreeze tastes great!"
 Hey!  You got you humor in my MMORPG number crunching!  And... wow.  Tastes great!

But first.. THE CAT!

In recognition of the truth inherent in John Sclazi's latest post... here's a picture of my cat.  Well, one of them, at least.  I say that counts.

Wheh!  Glad that's done.  Since this blog is now officially done with, I can actually start to enjoy it, since all the pressure's off now :-)