Friday, March 03, 2006

Wow! What a Week!

Having been sick every day of 2006 I finally went back to the doctor. I got home from the doctor just in time to get some 24-hour flu on top of everything else! Needless to say - I haven't been blogging!
But, I had to blog this little gem.
My man Challies has answered my dare and eaten a full-fledged, greasy, calorie-laden, chile-oozing Tommy's burger! This makes him a real man. I will, for the rest of my life, have nothing but the utmost respect for Tim. (At least for a few days...)
Check out this beauty shot! If you didn't have the flu before now...


You can see more pics of Tim in LA at his blog... challies.com or something like that. But this is the Mona Lisa of the lot!

12 comments:

  1. That puny thing barely counts as a burger! Where's the fried eggs? Where's the dripping grease? Where's the paramedic on standby?

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  2. I thought this burger looked small too. Maybe Tim just has really big hands. That would make his typing speed all the more impressive.

    When I was in college in Vancouver, there was this chain called PJs. Their Monster Burger was indeed a monster - fried egg and all.

    Terry

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  3. No, no, no... You are all missing the point! It's not the size that matters!
    It is the incredibly potent contents of a Tommy's Burger that makes it a rite of passage.
    Speaking of passage...

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  4. Kerux,

    Who is this guy?!? Tim Challies is a machine! He is really making a name for himself live blogcasting from California. Mohler calls him an Uberblogger. I see from his website that he is Canadian (and consequently I am quite proud of him). Is he a Grace Fellowshipper?

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  5. Sorry, Dave.
    If I told you I would have to kill you.

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  6. I checked the Tommy's link from Challies' post. Gotcha now, Paul. Ooo boy.

    Terry

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  7. Terry -
    The key word in your last comment was "Ooo..."!!!

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  8. I'd just like to note that Paul has been sick for two months, but has consistently resisted going to the doctor.

    Now there is a man acting like a man! :-)

    (achoo! no ... it's nothing ... really)

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  9. Shoot. Two months is nothing. I've been sick all my life - at least that's what everybody tells me - and no doctor has ever been able to remotely help me.

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  10. Kenny...
    We are talking here about physical ailments...

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  11. Why does Tim have that flag thing stuck in his head?

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  12. That is his hat. He wears it everywhere.

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