I haven’t posted much in the last few months – been much busy at work, and also in our new church plant, Vantage Pointe, where I am the Director of Communications & New Media.
I was also doing some Stumblin’ (www.stumbleupon.com) which is a much more productive waste of time over the likes of Facebook!
I was Stumblin’ “Church” and came across the following buildings. Some are imposing, some just out there, and some just so cool you love them at first sight.
Duomo (Milan Cathedral) in Italy
Chapel of St. Gildas, Brittany, France
Las Lajas Cathedral in Colombia
Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira, (Cundinamarca, Colombia)
So, there I am reading the headlines in Yahoo! Sport and there is a title for “Player sets unwanted record with three-second dismissal”, so of course I have to click it to see what it’s about. Well… read on below, and just remember to laugh when you see the guys name! LOL
Full Story: http://sports.yahoo.com
Player sets unwanted record with three-second dismissal
LONDON, Dec 29 (Reuters) – A player with English minor league club Chippenham Town has set a record for the fastest-red card in senior soccer when he was sent off for a wild tackle three seconds after kickoff, British media reported on Monday.
Striker David Pratt, 21, was dismissed in a Southern Premier League game against Bashley on Saturday.
The previous fastest sending-off is generally accepted to be 10 seconds for Bologna’s Giuseppe Lorenzo after he struck an opponent in a 1990 Italian league game.
English soccer’s previous “best” was 13 seconds when Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Kevin Pressman handled outside his box in a game in 2000.
Also in 2000 an English amateur player, Lee Todd, was sent off after two seconds when he responded to the referee’s whistle to start the game by saying “xxxx me, that was loud” and was dismissed for foul and abusive language.
So, I’m going to go open shop in France. Look at that, a whopping great 37 days average for vacation days per year. Here in the States our 2 weeks seems rather week by comparison.