Here are some good ones.
"That's my girl, but that ain't my truck."
"I love my wife, but I love to fish."
"I've never seen tires on a truck this high."
"I hate her, I'll think of a reason later."
"Its five o'clock somewhere."
"Tequila makes her clothes fall off."
"Working all week to put beer on the table."
What's not to love?
Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of a Hamas founder, recently authored "Son of Hamas".
In it he describes his life, from his youth during the birth of the revolutionary force in the Holy Land, through his work as a secret agent for the Mossad, and eventually his life-changing conversion to Christianity.
I came upon an article about the book.
Perhaps his most profound, and controversial, statement from the article is this:
"The problem is not in Muslims, The problem is with their God. They need to be liberated from their God. He is their biggest enemy. It has been 1,400 years they have been lied to."
While I may at times neglect my posting duties, at least I post semi-regularly.
Samuel Pepys, however, as far more exacting. Check out his blog here.
His extensive daily diary, kept from 1660 to 1669, is full of his insights and struggles as a naval minister in the upper government of Britain. The blog site posts his diary entry for each corresponding day from nearly 350 years ago.
His first hand accounts of the Great Fire and Great Plague are amazing, and his political intrigues show that not a lot has changed in how people govern.
In any event, at the very least read his wikipedia entry. Who knows, maybe it will inspire better blogging practice!