May 022012

If you’ve found something good recently, drop me a comment or an email and give me a quick run-down. I might add it to the next round-up.

Picture of the Week

I thought this was the most bizarre photo. His next trick was pulling a rabbit out of his hat, but then he ate it.  (Andy Duann/CU Independent)

Great Blogs this Week

Modern Reject-My Greatest Fear

Holy Soup-The Trouble with Youth Ministry

The Bearded Idealist-What Would You Do?

The Scenic Route-For Sale: Cage Free Brownies

Confessions of a Funeral Director-Embracing the Mystery

Good Articles

Yahoo Games-Quietest place on Earth freaks out your brain. and Found $1 Million dollar lottery ticket.

Great Video

I know how he feels. I like grapes and I hate cucumbers.

Don’t forget to check out the rest of Rambling with the Barba.

What’s got you rambling this week?

  • Wow. I’m honored you would mention me, Ken. If you lived closer…I would bake you some cage free brownies :)

    • That was a great story. You’re right the brownies wouldn’t fair well in the mail that long. Thanks though.

  • Chad Jones

    Truly honored to be included, sir! Thank-you very much!

    Tell you what: since I don’t cook, or bake, I would love to have the Barba ramble on the random way sometime. What do you say?

    • Do you have an idea or would I be free to roam? Ha I have been a little lax in my writing lately but I game.

      • Chad Jones


        Do you think you could flesh out “church in the margins?”

        I know what it means to me–not belonging, not feeling known. I’d like to know what it means to you.

  • Thanks, Ken! :) That bear picture is perhaps the best thing I’ve seen all week. Just finished reading your Modern Reject post on moral Christians- great work, I love it.

    • Thank you sir. That bear pic has pulled a hearty chuckle from me several times. Now I need to go be a moral Christian, or something.

  • Thanks for the shout out Ken! You rock, my friend. I appreciate it.

    • Week after week you write thought provoking posts. I don’t know how you do so prolifically.