Ktismatics

19 June 2007

In Transit

Filed under: Reflections — ktismatics @ 5:12 pm

Our internet connection is gone as we prepare for American re-entry. So it’ll be catch as catch can for awhile on Ktismatics. Feel free to unfasten your seat belts, stroll around the aircraft, chat amongst yourselves…

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  1. Profound Thought:
    I might suggest that we are all “in transit.”

    Thank you very much. You guys were great. My name is Erdman and I will be here all week.

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    Comment by Jonathan Erdman — 20 June 2007 @ 3:20 pm

  2. Erdman…get it “straight”…you’re a “Tornado”…not a performer. Lol. And your name is not “Erdman.” Its Erdmnaian Tornado. Derrida is Cubism “rounded off” to the next generation. Thank you very much; you guys were great. My name is Hesiak, and I’ll be here all week.

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    Comment by Jason Hesiak — 20 June 2007 @ 5:36 pm

  3. I hope someone tells us when to put the tray tables up, and seats out of the recline position.

    Ivan.

    anyone know what movie they are showing?

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    Comment by Ivan — 21 June 2007 @ 12:50 am

  4. Soul Plane, starring Snoop Dog and Carmen Electra. Peanuts, anyone?

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    Comment by Jason Hesiak — 21 June 2007 @ 7:30 am

  5. “Excuse me, ma’am. Do you serve hard liquor on this flight?”

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    Comment by Erdman — 21 June 2007 @ 2:32 pm

  6. “Hey, son, I might have a slighly high voice, but keep your comments to yourself. I WILL throw you OFF this plane! As for your question…our supply is limited to Wild Turkey and moonshine.”

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    Comment by Jason Hesiak — 21 June 2007 @ 6:27 pm

  7. Jason, uh, could you stop leaning your head against my shoulder. Dude, I’m serious, dude. Dude! For real! You’re slobbering on my shoulder!

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    Comment by Erdman — 22 June 2007 @ 1:33 pm

  8. Have we landed yet? Anybody got any Wild Turkey? I need something to get this sleep-breath out of my mouth. Johnathan, next time just push me away. I sleep kind of heavy…don’t really realize what I’m doing.

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    Comment by Jason Hesiak — 22 June 2007 @ 7:50 pm

  9. Boy, that was a long flight! On arrival in Colorado, what awaits the Doyle family? What has the Doyle got cooking for the Ktismatics family?

    We await with bated breath…

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    Comment by samlcarr — 23 June 2007 @ 5:37 am

  10. Indeed.

    I shamelessly through myself at Doyle and confess that I await his weighing in on some of the discussions at Theos Project.

    Hey, any thoughts on if Ktismatics becomes more liberal now that it is relocating to Boulder, CO????

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    Comment by Jonathan Erdman — 23 June 2007 @ 5:07 pm

  11. Jon

    Do you mean ‘liberal’ politically, theologically, economically or philosophically?

    That Uni was noted for its liberality but now may be more middle of the road, tho generalisations like that r prbly meaningless.

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    Comment by samlcarr — 23 June 2007 @ 5:30 pm

  12. My family is awaiting our house to get sold. We’ve seen houses in Nijmegen, the city that I’ve been talking about.
    I hope the transition goes smoothly for all 3.

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    Comment by Odile — 24 June 2007 @ 5:15 pm

  13. John, I finally digested some of what your last few posts have to say and it is exciting. Can’t wait to see you literally put it into Practice!

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    Comment by samlcarr — 25 June 2007 @ 4:11 pm

  14. I’m back online. Manhattan is a spectacular place to walk around. We flew back into Denver on the hottest June 24th on record — 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 centigrade). Trying to reacclimate, unpack, etc. Today’s first foray: emissions testing for the new (used) car. On the agenda for this afternoon: opening an American bank account and getting license plates. Some fun.

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    Comment by ktismatics — 25 June 2007 @ 7:41 pm

  15. My sister was an au-pair in Manhattan. Glad to hear you’re having fun. These things, opening an account and alike are great real life learning experiences for children. Especially when something goes wrong.

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    Comment by Odile — 27 June 2007 @ 1:26 am

  16. Did your sister like New York?

    We had fun telling the banker little-known differences between American and French culture. For example, the American number 5,000.00 is written 5.000,00 in France. As our prize for opening a new account we received a complimentary cooler from the bank.

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    Comment by ktismatics — 28 June 2007 @ 3:19 am

  17. She liked it much. Great children in her care. She made friends too.

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    Comment by Odile — 28 June 2007 @ 9:20 pm


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