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#78

It's for You

emoticon:cross We're holding another open day at the Northampton Jesus Centre.

It's on Saturday December the Third, 10.00AM until 4.00PM, and you're all welcome. Smile

The theme is It's for You, because we're focussing on letting the local community know about the wide range of activities we run - and that they're open to everyone. We still think there is a perception that the Jesus Centre is only for the Jesus Army. That aint so.

If you're in Northampton town centre (UK, not Massachusetts) that Saturday, come and have a look.

We'll have our dance team and live music, various taster sessions by our groups, hopefully a special offer running in the Circle Cafe - and lots of friendly people to talk to. Smile

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2005-11-25 12:10:17 | |
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#77

Best of the Blog

emoticon:noise I've just added a new page - Best of the Blog.

It contains links to the better (or longer) posts that I've made on this blog. As you might imagine, it's quite short ! Wink

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2005-11-25 12:05:16 | |
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#76

Dining in a Temple

emoticon:knot Last night I ate dinner in a Sikh temple, cooked by a Sikh priest. It's not every day I get to say that. Smile

My wife met Amrik (the priest) by teaching English at the Jesus Centre. This in itself is slightly ironic, her being Romanian - but she speaks better English than most of the natives.

Amrik is a short beaming fellow, with an impressive grey beard, broken English, and heartwarming hospitality. There are two Sikh congregations in Northampton, and he is the priest of one of them. He lives with his son in what is effectively a bedsit atatched to the temple. Their wives and children are both living in India. We watched some of the DVD of the son's wedding (whose name I won't even attempt to spell).

Amrik has an impressive multi-levelled house in India, and he's given it up to live in a small room in Northampton.

He cooked us pizza - cooked the traditional Indian way Wink - along with a mildly spicy chickpea dahl (spelling ?). Very nice, not every day a priest cooks for us.

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2005-11-25 09:42:22 | |
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#75

The Slow March Forwards (More Website Updates)

emoticon:html The website makeover continues. At this rate it will only be another couple of years before it is complete. Smile

To go along with the Cyberpunk Search Engine, I've updated the Cyberpunk Section to the new style.

Not all the subpages are done, but a lot in the Neil Gaiman and William Gibson pages are.

Once I've converted the pages to the new style I can look at updating some of the content. I think you'll agree that the new style is much better than the old - many thanks to Venturer for help with CSS and other design issues.

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Posted by Fuzzyman on 2005-11-21 10:07:49 | |
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There was so much ancient wisdom distilled into my old blog, that I couldn't let it just creep ignominiously into the pages of cyber-history. More to the point I'm still getting some hits from google with the old entries. Here are the archives of my previous Blogger based blog.

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