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@abulsme Updates from 2012-03-12 (UTC)

  • Reading – The ‘biblical view’ that’s younger than the Happy Meal (Fred Clark) http://is.gd/Rrxkew
  • Reading – The Virgin Islands Caucus: How Ron Paul Lost By Getting the Most Votes (David Weigel) http://t.co/WrHWXMWi #
  • RT @edhenryTV: Sources close to Gingrich camp tell Fox they’re holding preliminary conversations w/Rick Perry folks about Newt-Perry ticket #
  • RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: Gingrich, Perry deny report of joint ticket. #NewtPerry http://t.co/zZTgfcuv via @AddThis #
  • RT @ppppolls: Wish we could give you some clarity in Alabama but…Romney 31, Gingrich 30, Santorum 29, Paul 8 #
  • RT @ppppolls: And Mississippi is Gingrich 33, Romney 31, Santorum 27, Paul 7. Looks like we might be in for a long night Tuesday… #
  • DST #%#$@*?! #

10 comments to @abulsme Updates from 2012-03-12 (UTC)

  • From HN via Facebook:

    Good post!

    18 hours ago

  • From SM via Facebook:

    Which of the articles did you like? Or just the whole “Daily Post O’ Links”. :-)

    2 seconds ago

  • From HN via Facebook:

    Specifically the “Alex is 2 1/2” – my niece just turned 3 and is a wiz with the iPhone so that cracked me up. And I liked the ‘biblical view’ link …. a lot as that is right up my alley :)

    52 seconds ago

  • From SM via Facebook:

    Hmmm, you posted “Good post!” some 16 hours before the Alex is 2.5 post hit the web, so your psychic powers are working well today! Glad you found some of the articles interesting. I thought that history of evangelical views on abortion was very interesting. Given that a lot of the changes they refer to happened when I was very young (or before I was born) I wasn’t really aware that it had changed so much. It is easy to assume things always were they way they are today, but more often than not, things actually change quite a bit…

    2 seconds ago

  • From HN via Facebook:

    Oh well I went back … couldn’t remember the title of the post. When I went back I saw the Alex post. Saw the date but didn’t take note of the time so I thought I missed it earlier. LOL So when you asked I just figured I would include it as well since I enjoyed it. :)

    a few seconds ago

  • From SM via Facebook:

    Well thanks then. :-) Your niece likes the iPhone too huh? It really seems like kids that age (and younger!) take to iPhones and iPads and the like really easily. Alex was playing simple games on the iPhone starting at 6 or 7 months or some such. Now he’s always asking for the phone. We actually gave him one of our old iPhone 3’s (with no more cell service) after we upgraded to iPhone 4’s, but we almost never remember to charge it, so he ends up using ours.

    2 seconds ago

  • From HN via Facebook:

    Yes she cracks me up with it. My mother (total non-tech person) can’t even figure out how to flip through the pictures. Mia walked over to her and said “Mimi you just do this with your finger” then proceeded to slap her hand to her forehead. I was laughing so hard I could hardly breathe. LOL

    6 minutes ago

  • From SM via Facebook:

    Silly grownups. They act like using an iPhone isn’t something normal that you’ve done since you were a baby! :-)

    2 seconds ago

  • From HN via Facebook:

    It’s funny. She still had one of those Fisher Price toy phones, the ones that had cords and dials. They got rid of it because she didn’t understand it and said it wasn’t a phone. :)

    about a minute ago

  • From SM via Facebook:

    Interesting. Alex by contrast has one of those, and a couple other things that have old phones as part of them, and he completely knows they are phones, holds the handsets to his head the right way, gives them to you to talk, etc. Of course, for a long time when he was closer to one or one and a half, EVERYTHING was a phone. If it was even remotely rectangular, he would pick it up and call it a phone and talk to it. Remote controls, calculators, etc. All phones.

    2 seconds ago

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