The Rev. Casey dunsworth

serves as Associate Campus Pastor to the Belfry, the Lutheran-Episcopal Campus Ministry to UC Davis

and as Program Director for LEVN, the Lutheran Episcopal Volunteer Network.

[P]interestingly enough...

I love the internet. Have I mentioned this lately? I feel like maybe I just love the world, and I happen to access so much of the world via the internet, that I misdirect my love toward the internet instead. Regardless of that useless sentence, the latest thing that I spend my time doing on the internet is the greatest time-suck ever invented. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Pinterest. Essentially, it's a website where people collect and share images of things. Seriously that's all it is. BUT! Via pinterest, I have come across amazing things like Uncommon Goods and The Urbanophile and (though I can barely bring myself to admit it) Shoe Dazzle and all sorts of cool stuff.

Additionally, I was telling a story about two of my friends from CLU, Evan Sandlin and Grant Berg, who I think should have a show on NPR where they talk about what they think about the world. Evan and Grant are pretty much the ultimate leftists, and have been known to quip onto the ends of other people's statements with "or the lack thereof" whenever we talk about societies (our own, even!) that lack certain human rights, etc. Therefore, their show should be called "The Lack Thereof" and they can talk all about how from their atheist/socialist/whateverist perspective, everything is lacking. I think this is very hilarious. It was brought to my attention by those listening to this story that, by the same logic, I should have my own NPR show where I talk about how backwards things can be in this world, and it should be called "Interestingly Enough," because that is how I always begin my stories about how ironic/hypocritical/backwards something is. And then Kelsey can have a show called "Food For Thought" (even though she never says that) about cooking and being smart. Because Kelsey cooks and is smart. I guess I just want everyone to have their own NPR show? Too bad there's about to be zero funding for NPR, so the likelihood of all of this is very low.

Anyway, you've spent four minutes wondering what the point of all of this is, I'm sure. Interestingly enough, there is no further information to give. So, with that, I say you should see what Pinterest can offer you, and then make a donation to NPR.

I take back *some* of what I've said about Augustine.

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