Monthly Archives: October 2009

Unless it’s true

This whole idea, ‘Just try Christianity, you’ll like it’ — that’s not the Christianity that’s in the Bible. The ‘Try Christianity, you’ll like it’ stuff — Paul said, ‘If for this life only we have hope, we are more to … Continue reading

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I don’t think I can deduct mileage

Since I got my new job in Indy, I’ve been driving hundreds of miles through the course of a week.  I thought these miles might be tax-deductible, perhaps after some threshold, so I’d been keeping records of these miles.  Today … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Brown

The worst part of my commute is that each day I drive by a billboard of a woman’s rear end.  The billboard is advertising Cowpokes (a restaurant?).  The woman is wearing shorts, but still the billboard reduces the woman to … Continue reading

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