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  1. This is poetic. If you can’t develop a sermon — yes, even an entire series – – built around this incident, then I will question your credentials: Calvin PhD or not.

  2. It would seem she was sending a message about sending a message, while sending a message.

    My mind just folded in on itself…

  3. Thank God they weren’t getting the mail at that moment. What is wrong with people?

    (Oh, wait. I just rememberd the answer to that question).

  4. speech to text technology + a good bluetooth device could remedy these concerns, eh?

  5. You miss the point… With texting and e-mail, who needs an actual physical mailbox?

    [Was I suppose to use brackets there?]

  6. Oh, that is hillarious! But I’m laughing with the driver, not at her, because I also have driven over a mailbox once. (I know this won’t surprise you.)

    I was looking back at a house that we were considering and didn’t realize I had slightly veered to the right. Smack. A woman came running out of the house in her bathrobe and asked, “What happened?” I had to sheepishly admit that I was considering moving in next door. I’m sure she didn’t go inside to prepare the welcome wagon.

    When I got home–no lie– Ken said, “Why is there a dent in the shape of a mailbox?”

    Needless to say, I do not TM.

  7. I think she was trying to add brackets to her text.

  8. I saw this study and thought of your posts. They are claiming that texting makes you 23 times more likely to crash, I’d believe that.


  9. Wow. You guys made all the puns that I was too embarrassed to try. Guess I should have went for it. Know your audience!

    Shannon, isn’t it a bit disturbing that Ken could make out the shape of what you hit with your door? Maybe he should join the FBI. “Excuse me sir, but it seems that your grill bears the impression of a drifter, about 5’10”, wearing a plaid shirt…”

  10. You made me laugh this morning. 🙂 (My kids will tell you that I have not been in a laughing mood.)

    What was disturbing to KEN was perfectly shaped mailbox indentation in the front side.

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