This is an update to what I previously posted here. (I’m a Mac user, but I write such things out of concern for friends still suffering the handicap known as Windows.)
Microsoft has recently gotten downright mean, and certainly unethical. The latest “popup” windows about upgrading now interpret clicking the “X” as “upgrade” instead of “close” — both the “X” and the “OK” button function the same as choosing “upgrade.”
According to a WND article here:
To avoid the forced “upgrade,” a user has to go into the fine print. Inside a logo box in the ad is a scheduled date for a mandatory upgrade. The user must look in the tiny type just below that line and find where it says “here” and click on that to avoid the upgrade.
Read more on their site.
Bishop Chrysostomos, the spiritual leader of the Greek island of Zakynthos, stuck his neck out to save all 275 of the island’s Jews during the Nazi occupation of Greece….
Amazing. Read about it here.
Very good read, written by a wife for wives, but, men, the same truth applies for us in our speech toward & about our spouses.
My mind flashed to a recent conversation with a friend about the common problem of husband-bashing in Christian women’s groups. I remembered a “Bible study” I once joined, excited for a chance to grow and make friends. I went for three weeks, each time hoping I was wrong about the women there, each time being proven right. Every Thursday morning this group of wives and mothers would gather, leave their children with the sitter, pour themselves coffee and put donuts on napkins, then they would sit next to each other and rip their husbands apart, one at a time.
Read her whole post: How Your Words are Creating the Husband You Can’t Stand — The Purposeful Housewife
In addition to all the celebrations here…
This happened as well:
So, I was one of many who enjoyed this (thanks, Randy Mocaby, for sharing):
SO… one of how many though? Try 145,000,000+ viewers! So, yeah, and THIS happened!
And…. then this happened too: