interim levity | Disqus; grad school scholars; Mary Poppins; Pandora; young adults

interim levity | Disqus; grad school scholars; Mary Poppins; Pandora; young adults July 14, 2022

I’d really like to call everything after my first grad degree interim. Anyway, an endless glut of knowledge in the paideia or the commonweal, and it’s really nothing more than an interim. The ethics work I’ve shared thus far in the current series is “dated material” so the copyright is shared, and once it is published and has ran its course, I retain the right to print (or blog-to-publish), but it’s all interim

I was going to jump into Disqus 1) and ask Prof. Witherington, “Are you done remiscining, however for my family, it’s often therapeutic to just drive for quite some distance, crossing lines of demarcation, etc. I don’t want to be rude because everyone in my ranks know I’m not super with funerals, and hopefully we’re not closing ranks, so that’s public knowledge now. I’m a pretty good wedding officiant.”

I was also thinking about utilizing Disqus 2) to ask Mr. Olson about the Fundamentals Papers… “Don’t you have the fundamentalist papers or something…

started on the other coast in response to some of the progressive leanings on the eastern seaboard…

and eventually adopted in some regions of the east…

circa the time of The Prohibition?”

interim scholar in residence

Anyway, there are ways to do quick searches on some articles and .com’s without trying to fact-check everything with more and more and more fake news.

Nonetheless, I guess there is some knowledge reserved for the halls of seminary or postgrad work, or for those who are in a formal scholar in residence agreement, although sometimes I’d really like to call everything after my first grad degree interim.

Anyway, an endless glut of knowledge in the paideia or the commonweal, and it’s really nothing more than an interim.

The ethics work I’ve shared thus far in the current series is “dated material” so the copyright is shared, and once it is published and has ran its course, I retain the right to print (or blog-to-publish), but it’s all interim work looking forward to better days, right?

So here’s something in house and out of house, because it predates the house so to speak

It’s from late College Heights through early college. It’s just a playlist for the fun of it.

Plenty of authors started opting out of Disqus before I joined Patheos, but I guess 1) I can reminisce too…

2) without sharing all the secrets of the academie.

I’m sorry about all the advertisements on this or that platform, so this just a little levity before you click on that.

Lead-In for Mary Poppins Interim

If you need someone to keep you company, I gotcha. Really. It’s a lonely time really with wars and rumors of wars, covid, monkeypox, La Niña still influencing everything, summer camps (great for extraverts, little difficult for introverts), Holiness fundamentalists who want to BBQ with family at the lake or pool LOL, and for those who are remembering travels with extended family…

and all during an election year.

Some of this seems like organized chaos, quite laughable.

We all know Mary Poppins had her own agenda (organized chaos) and who knows where she got her marching orders? Maybe she was like The Untouchables during the Prohibition…

well almost untouchable.


good luck finding a babysitter

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Click the link if your browser does not support the added content. It’s the advertisement song from Mary Poppins. This version is only 1 min 40 sec

Lead-In for the Interim of Young Adulthood

Pandora | Ingle5

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Walk Between The Lines

I have to warn you, it’s not all “christian” however in those times, it was like the Metric System. Everyone who wasn’t using the Imperial System was using the Metric System. In the same way, most of the known world outside of America had no lines of demarcation between christian and secular music (to the best of my knowledge when considering old record labels).

My guestimate is we really weren’t “westernizing the world” with our music. We were being influenced, and much of christian music can be read a couple ways today anyway…

if only radios had subtitles for those who are learning to read audio prompts, LOL


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