Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
Congratulations - and your 100K was not from the UK but Australia! I like the idea of the Mass - thank you.
My goodness I did not know that there was so much tracking of a person in the Internet. One better be careful.
Do visits that last 0 seconds count?
Congratulations, Father! A tremendous accomplishment - certainly one I don't think I'll ever see in my work. It's a clear sign of the quality of reflection in your blog that there is such interest in what you write. I'm trying to think of the appropriate corollary for "ad multos annos" but my Latin escapes me...
RSV bible and not DR?
Do visits that last 0 secnods count?From the Sitemeter helpfile:"Why do some of my visitors have visit lengths of 0:00?"That means the visitors are only staying to view a single page and then leaving. The only way that Site Meter knows how long someone is on a site is by the times of each page view. If they only look at a single page and then leave, we don't know how long they looked at the page. If they looked at two pages and left we would know they at least were on the site during the time of the first page view and the second page view. The difference between those two times would be the length of the visit."With a blog, quite a lot of people only look at the one main page and so their visits are recorded as 0 seconds.
RSV bible and not DR?I have the DR together with the Vulgate and a Greek NT in my copy of e-sword. The RSV is still copyright so I have to link to that...
It's rather appropriate that Canberra makes the 100,000 mark; because the capital city's name comes from an Aboriginal word meaning "meeting place"; and in a manner of speaking, a blog is a meeting place.Canberra is a fascinating place; it was designed to inhabit five million people, but it currently inhabits about 500,000. The streets are nearly all dual-lane each way, and the main thoroughfares are four-lane carriageways; thus there is virtually no traffic congestion. On my visit to Oz, I stopped there for just one night; next time I will stay there a bit longer.
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