Today on The Techology Show:
Steve Stanley – facebook.com/steve.stanley
Heath Mullikin – chaseyourlion.com
Tony Casey – facebook.com/acasey64
Matthew Tietje – facebook.com/mtietje
Little Girls Gone Wild: Why daughters are acting too sexy too soon.
Francis Chan – Forgotten God
Got Sins? There’s an app for that
DOWNLOAD OF THE WEEK – Camouflage for Mac
THEY SAID IT
“It is difficult to see how this is anything other than a statement of animus by a major American corporation against the beliefs of millions of Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox citizens.” – Organizers of the Manhattan Declaration (a document on abortion, marriage, and religious liberty), after Apple rejected the group’s resubmitted iPhone application. Apple said even the scaled-down version was “likely to expose a group to harm” and “to be objectionable and potentially harmful to others.”
“Of course, I hadn’t seen any of the TV coverage. I was still blissfully clueless. Although Dale hadn’t gotten to Victory Lane yet, I knew he must be on his way. I had it all figured out. I guessed he got a piece of that last-lap wreck and was being checked out at the Infield Care Center. I could not wait until he got there and joined our celebration.” – Michael Waltrip reflecting on his Daytona 500 win in 2001 unaware that his boss and teammate Dale Earnhardt Sr. had been killed on the final lap of the race.
Source: CBS Sports
“I’m not exactly for the use of drugs—don’t get me wrong—but I just believe that criminalizing marijuana … [is] costing us a fortune and it’s ruining young people.” – Pat Robertson, on the December 16, 2010 700 Club broadcast.
Source: Religion News Service
“really enjoyed living this year …. I have so many wishes in 2011 … hope they come true … plz god stay beside me & help make it all true.” – Mariouma Fekry, posting on Facebook shortly before leaving for a New Year’s church service in Alexandria, Egypt. Fekry was one of 23 Coptic Christians killed when the service was bombed.
Source: The Gardian
“I hate to say it, but yes, I do. Yeah. I’d take it back in a second. For my family to be here and just be everybody OK, safe and sound and happy and normal, would have been fantastic. Heck, yeah. I’d erase it all in a second if I could.” – Billy Ray Cyrus telling GQ Magazine that “Hannah Montana” ruined his family’s life.
Source: Associated Press