Today my church (Westside Bible Church) had a Pastor Appreciation event after the morning service. Part of the festivities was the following video which both appreciates and roasts me. The heavy beer drinker part falls under the "roast" category.
Thanks for visiting the Cybersalt site. I bet you were expecting more. . . .so do I.
Perhaps in your life you have known a mechanic who was so busy working on other people's cars that he spent no time on his own and drove a beater. That's what has happened to the Cybersalt site over time. I've been pretty busy helping others develop sites and in the process my own site (design wise) has been cooling on the back burner.
Well, change is in the air. Thank-you for your patience as you navigate our current ongoing structure and design.
Welcome to the Cybersalt Web Site. We are currently in the process of merging together a few of our sites into one combined and easier to manage web site. Consequently, things might look a bit different and be a bid untidy for a little bit.
If you are looking for the Cybersalt Community site, you will find all of the same areas you are used to by clicking on the links in the left hand column. If you are looking for the "Gathering Place" (where you can enter prayer requests and interact with other Cybersaltines) you'll also find the link to that there too.
If you are looking for links to other Cybersalt sites, you will find the CleanLaugh site at www.cybersalt.org/cleanlaugh and the CybersaltLists site at www.cybersaltlists.org
Davis, who was driving back-up for Driver Chris Broughton in the #37 SOS Auto, Voortmans Cookies, Bridge Street Brake and Muffler, Cybersalt.org Chevy Malibu, was entering turn four when two cars made contact and began to spin in front of him. Pausing briefly to ensure the cars had spun away from the groove, Davis got on the gas to keep up with race leaders. Un benownst to the Disastrous one, the driver of the 22 car (now on the infield grass) had also hammered the gas, launching himself back out onto the track in a looping, clockwise spin.
As the left rear quarter panel of the 22 car whipped around in front of, and towards, the 37 car, Tim had no time or chance to . . .