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August 11, 2005

Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For ...

OK, I know that someone else has done this title before for a post like this (probably Parableman), but it fits, and I like it.

I don't do this often, because most of the searches that lead people here are pretty mundane. But this week, I've found a bunch of interesting searches:

  • when peole [sic] saw an angel in pensacola florida: Without using quotes, this one will get you a LOT of sites about the Blue Angels in Pensacola, Florida, and my post about my Mom who lives in Pensacola.
  • why do i twich: How should I know? Pointed to a post about This Week in Church History (and my acronym, TWiCH). I'm #2 on Google for this search, interestingly enough.
  • 2005 email list of church founders in denmark: Holy telemarketing, Batman!
  • tennessee temple leaves fundamentalism: Quotes might have sent you to someone like David Cloud. Or maybe the Fundamentalist Forums (which are down right now for some reason ...).
  • gail ripplinger degree: I know a few people who would like to know the answer to this one. From what I can gather, she has an MFA and another graduate degree in something related to spatial engineering or design, though I can't remember where I read that. She certainly has no credentials that give her credibility with ancient languages, and nothing that would give any credibility to her New Age Bible Versions book.

    Posted by Warren Kelly at August 11, 2005 12:40 PM | TrackBack
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