Today on The Techology Show:
Dan Scott – everydayfoundation.org, danscottshow.com
Dan Scott is a sports writer and former sports talk radio show host in the upstate. He’s now the voice of the Furman Paladins. He recently founded the Everyday Foundation to help abused children in SC. He and his wife, Angela, live in the Clemson area and they have 2 daughters and 1 son in law.
Anthony Casey – facebook.com/acasey64
Heath Mullikin – heathmullikin.com
Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
DOWNLOAD OF THE WEEK
THEY SAID IT
“This is a sad case for all those involved, While the church’s and Jordan’s intentions were not necessarily harmful, they in essence terrorized several children.” – Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico commenting after The Glad Tidings Assembly of God in Middletown, PA and 28-year-old Andrew David Jordan of Elizabethtown were charged Friday with false imprisonment and simple assault. The church stages a fake kidnapping in an attempt to educate youth on the realities of religious persecution. They never told the youth it wasn’t real.
SOURCE: CBS News
“I was thinking originally of putting in a book by Ayn Rand — Atlas Shrugged was my first thought. But, because everybody is reading Fifty Shades of Grey, we thought it would be a hospitable thing to do, to have this available for our guests, especially if some of them were a little bit shy about buying it because of its reputation.” – Hotel owner Jonathan Denby deciding to replace Bibles with Fifty Shades of Grey. He also went on to say that, “in a secular society, it was ‘wholly inappropriate’ to put a religious book in someone’s bedroom.
SOURCE: TIME Magazine
“When you grow up familiar with a certain type of person, you’re attracted to that same type of person because it feels comfortable, whether you like it or not. That’s what people mean when they meet a potential partner and say, ‘It ‘feels like I’ve known him my whole life.” – Berkeley, California, Psychotherapist Elayne Savage explaining why men and women end up marrying someone like their mom or dad.
“The whole thing started when I found the first baby, a little girl back in 1972 when I was out collecting rubbish. She was just lying amongst the junk on the street, abandoned. She would have died had we not rescued her and taken her in. Watching her grow and become stronger gave us such happiness and I realized I had a real love of caring for children. I realised if we had strength enough to collect garbage how could we not recycle something as important as human lives.” – 88-year-old Lou Xiaoying explaining how she rescued the first of 30 abandon children she has raised over the past 40 years.
SOURCE: The Daily Mail
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