The MightyMagikarp over at Game Informer has started an interesting series on videogame characters. Sure, we all have our favorites. Did yours make the list? Did MightyMagikarp rank yours too high or two low?
For now, we just have #30 through #21 of his favorite protagonists (big word for leading character) as he’s gonna milk this for clickshare but he does a nice job of it. These are characters with character.
Golf & Guns at Quail Chase Golf Club and Jefferson Gun Club
Just when you thought you’ve seen everything *boom* something new hits town.
This year, YoungLife is doing a Golf and Guns even that is calling out to all you marksmen/hackers. I’m talking to you Louisville!
From their site:
What: Unique event where teams of 2 compete together in a round of golf and a round of sporting clays. Scores from both events are combined for an overall winner.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY- BEGINNERS WELCOME!!!
So it’s a team competition huh? Sounds interesting! Learn more on their event page and tell your friends. You may not get a chance to do something like this ever again!
From Positive Press comes this great cancer research idea:
Boston area high school students lock up their cell phones for 30 days – instead of using phones, they go around neighborhoods raising money to help out local people in need, including this single mom with cancer.
When I first watched this video I felt a certain “ring” of truth but that was simply to the message it contained. The idea that it was Albert Einstein, who certainly had the aptitude to thwart a professors shallow claims, was the part created by wishful thinking.
What I’ve read about Einstein goes along with Snopes account that this encounter never really happened. (Not sure why Snopes title this page Malice of Absence.)
But whether Einstein or someone else came up with these observations doesn’t change integral premise.
Is evil solely the absence of good?
There’s a great deal of merit to the concept and it fits so nicely alongside the aforementioned conceits. I feel the need to give it more thought, or perhaps God Himself will bless me with greater wisdom.
As big a shot as you can imagine, Aaron Harrison downs it to send the Wildcats to the 2014 Final Four.
Big time play by so many Cats, but especially Aaron Harrison, after being in foul trouble and scoreless during the 1st half, Aaron doesn’t let it get him down, bounces back. 4-6 on 3’s for the 2nd half… Wow!