07 May 2010

The Yes! Digest -- May 7th, 2010

This is: No-Pants Day. It's also International Tuba Day. Do with this information what you will. Please make sure it's hilarious.

Spirit food: "My belt holds my pants up, but the belt loops hold my belt up. So which one's the real hero?" -- Mitch Hedberg

Brain (junk) food: "Fake Science: For When the Facts Are Too Confusing." (via The Morning News)

Young adults today...: "are increasingly dissatisfied with narrow interpretations of the Bible and more inclined to "live and let live." (via USA Today)

UU news: The Lakeland UU Fellowship of Wayne, New Jersey, had its peace sign---which was five feet tall and had its concrete base sunk into the ground---stolen last week. It has not been found. (via NorthJersey.com)

UU voices: At her blog, Amor Del Mono writes about OWL OUT, which takes the UUA's Our Whole Lives sex ed program into the community.

A joy: Can't get to yoga class? There's an app for you: "Yoga Journal magazine’s iPractice 2.0, a mobile yoga class for iPhone and iPod Touch." (via The New York Times)

A concern: "An E. coli outbreak possibly linked to tainted lettuce has sickened at least 19 people in Ohio, New York and Michigan, including students on three college campuses, prompting a recall throughout much of the country." (via Huffington Post)

Churchy things: The Pope has declared the Shroud of Turin to be authentic. (via The Revealer)

Unchurchy things:
How to...: pack for a ten-day vacation in a carry-on bag. (via The New York Times)

Have a wonderful weekend (and Mothers' Day!) See you Monday morning!
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