Crazy day

Today I solved problems.

Problems. Problems. Problems.

Then, work out time.

I listened to an audio book version of The Surgeons’ Mate at the same time as I played through a level of Halo II on legendary and burned calories on a machine. 

Talk about multitasking!

Supper.  I harvested some of the first good herbs from the garden for some sauce for pasta.

Twins beat the Rangers in a pretty strange, full moon, game.  It seemed an NL game.

Toward the end of the day, I check stats for the blog.

It was crazy weird today.

Pretty strange spike.  Dunno why.

They must be looking at bird photos.

Still, thanks!

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. Matthew M. says:

    Halo II huh? Awesome! I would like to play co-op with you Father, that or a friendly deathmatch. :)

  2. Michael T says:

    Fr. Z,
    Permit me to misdirect the comments on this topic.. Fr. Sylester from Shouts in the Piazza mentioned that the crozier was banned from bishop/archbishop coat-of-arms by Papal directive – I was wondering if you knew the reason why. Is the depiction of the crozier on heraldry limited now to certain higher ranking bishops (Metropolitan Archbishops and Cardinals), to the various Patriarchs (since the directive does not apply to them), or to the Pope himself (as far as the Latin Church is concerned)?

  3. Franzjosf says:

    My guess is that a certain Cathedral Dean helped spike your numbers.

  4. Willebrord says:

    Fr. Z, you play video games?

    I was under the impression that you don’t like video games.
    In one article you commented on where they said that interest in Gregorian Chant has been increased due to Halo, you said “sigh”.
    Hmm, glad I’m wrong though.
    I can totally see you beating up some bad guys to release frustration brought about by a “creative” Novus Ordo mass!

  5. Willebrord: I only do this while on the exercise bike, to help pass the time. I don’t think these games are a good idea for anyone if you spend too much time on them. And I think that if Halo can provoke interest in Gregorian chant, great. Every little bit helps.

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