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Halloween 2013

One of the perks of having a large family is that you can dress up as almost the entire cast of a movie. This year, we chose Despicable Me…primarily because the minions are funny. We had a grand old time October 31. Since we’ve had a lot of people ask, I’ll answer a few questions:

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#TBT Much love for Leo the Tyrannosaurus Rex

In case you’re wondering what in the world #TBT is: it’s a hashtag for “Throwback Thursday.” If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I usually take #TBT as an opportunity to post pictures and reminisce about the life of younger Josh. Today I was flipping through some old pictures and decided to bring #TBT over to the ol’ blog.

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Albertsons vs. United Supermarkets vs. Walmart: more price comparisons

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After my Albertsons vs. United comparison, many of you asked how those prices compared to Walmart prices. Well, fellow grocery nerds connoisseurs, here’s your answer:

 

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Albertsons vs. United Supermarkets: a price comparison

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Last week, United Supermarkets’ parent company announced that it was being purchased by Albertsons (http://amarillo.com/news/local-news/2013-09-09/united-sale-what%E2%80%99s-involved). If you live in the Texas Panhandle, you are well aware of this news. My initial reaction was like many of yours: “ALBERTSONS? SERIOUSLY? ALBERTSONS IS STILL A THING? NOOOOOOOOOOOO! IT’S DIRTY AND OVERPRICED AND UNDERSTAFFED AND AWFUL. WHY ALBERTSONS? WHY? YOU’RE RUINING EVERYTHING!”

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A social media tip for Christians…brought to you by Philippians 1:26

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Some days, humanity depresses me. You’ve probably had similar feelings if you’ve spent any amount of on social media. So much hate. It’s ironic, really. We allow our anger toward people with whom we’re largely disconnected (i.e. politicians, celebrities, 19-year-old college athletes, etc.) destroy relationships with people with whom we are directly connected (via Facebook, Twitter, texting, or even old-fashioned friendships that involve actual face-to-face conversations).

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