Arts, Culture, Faith, Gastronomy, Music, Technology, Theology — January 5, 2012 1:00 pm

I tripped on this

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Sometimes I struggle what to include on a daily basis here at TPQ. I find a lot of stuff in my mindless clicking through links, sometimes it gets really dark. Other times it is pleasant. Other times it is worthy to include here.

Here’s what I thought about including:

Well, at first I wanted to talk about Kanye West. Here’s my struggle with that, I ALWAYS WANT TO TALK ABOUT KANYE WEST! I love that dude. So, I have to keep my celebrity crushing to a minimum. But, this was to good to be true today. He is apparently starting fashion/tech/something that will “Take over where Steve Jobs left off.” Go here for his twitter rant about it.

Or I could write a quick 500 words on why Dunkin Donuts regular iced donuts are better than Krispy Kreme’s. But Krispy Kremes glazed are the single greatest invention of man. And since we live in America, we don’t have to pick one or the other! How great is that?!

Finally, I hate to give this guy publicity, but does Pat Robertson really wants the “I’m still crazy in 2012″ label? Robertson said, “”I think He showed me about the next president, but I’m not supposed to talk about that so I’ll leave you in the dark — probably just as well — but I think I know who it’s gonna be” We all remember this game, we all played in elementary school.

Anyway, 2012 is shaping up to be a really weird year. I am growing more and more convinced it is all blowing up.

P.S.

The featured image is a bull. Because it is free and I can.

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