This piece of fine art *straight face now* that demonstrated how Jesus wrote the Constitution, Founded the United States of America, and built Three Mile Island giving him that alluring glow, was going around the web yesterday. The best part about it is if you go to the site and move the mouse over it, there is a alt text on the right for each person in the painting. For example, put your mouse on the professor (he’s the one standing next to satan clutching the copy of Origin of Species) and you learn that he represents the liberal control of education.
Well, it didn’t take long for the internet to jump on this and improve it. Sweet, sweet intertubes, how I do love you.
Very easy. Unless you want to keep all your personal files and programs:
The system for upgrading is complicated, but Vista owners can upgrade to the exactly comparable edition of Windows 7 while keeping all files, settings and programs in place.
Unfortunately, XP owners, the biggest body of Windows users, won’t be able to do that. They’ll have to wipe out their hard disks after backing up their files elsewhere, then install Windows 7, then restore their personal files, then re-install all their programs from the original CDs or downloaded installer files. Then, they have to install all the patches and upgrades to those programs from over the years.
Sounds perfectly reasonable:
A resident hall adviser at a small Christian school was removed from his position for performing what he said was an “exorcism” on a fellow student he decided was possessed by the devil.
Nathan Mallory, a junior at Berry College in Georgia, was hosting a Bible study in his dorm room on Sept. 21 when he noticed a female student behaving oddly, according to school newspaper the Viking Fusion.
The paper said the unidentified woman — who has since transferred to another school — was repeating the word “no” as the other students around her sang hymns.