When I first started in the Army years ago, DS were very interested in having a Chaplain Assistant as a trainee and would randomly ask me for the Word of the Day and it became a running joke within the trainees for me to have one ready when asked.
I'm Catholic, and had a mini Bible that I brought with me that I kept in my breast pocket wrapped in plastic that I would read when I could.
When asked for the Word of the Day, I would randomly open the Bible, flip to a random page, and blindly place my finger on it to a passage and that passage was the theme for the day- no matter the verse.
I came across a fellow trainee today and she asked me for the Word of the Day. I was confused at first, but she reminded me of the passages I would randomly pick.
Unfortunately, I didn't have a Bible on me, so I used a Bible App.
Here is the Word of the Day: Psalm 119:114 You are my refuge and my shield; I have put my hope in your word.
If it's ok, I'd like to try and do a random Word of the Day, and use different religious texts. If not, I'll just post it on my page.
Happy Wednesday, my dudes.
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I tried to get a simple answer on their pre-application question as to what year they want us to report for their pre-application prices for these 2 questions: annual business revenue and annual business profit before tax. And he says, on repeat, he cannot advise me. And keeps referring me to everywhere else to get advice. When the actual sba application is asking for a comparison between 2019 and 2020.....how do we know which year to use for these answers??????
Since this a cricket enthusiast forums, it seems the consensus is that test cricket is the premier format of cricket, its popularity notwithstanding, and I would hold the same opinion.
I've found that I end up rating ODI and especially T20 specialists as lesser players because "if they were actually good they would be playing test cricket". Consciously I understand its a very unfair assessment of players who are by all means extraordinary athletes, but I still can't remove the thought of "but they're not good enough for Test Cricket"
It's obvious. He's probably our third best bat behind Kohli and puji in Australian conditions. Pant should just replace Jadeja and rahane needs to take the risk of playing 4 bowlers.
Kevin Knox is beating the likes of Duncan Robinson, CJ Mccollum, Nicholas Batum, & Justin Holiday by shooting 60.9%
He's shooting 14/23 from corner 3a atm & is above 8% from the next closest player in percentage wise - Justin Holiday.
Gotta say I'm extremely impressed. Who knew (Fizdale didn't) that implementing defined roles, assignments & game plans to players would increase their skill level? /S
Glad Thibs is getting him right all in all.