Shuffle Up and Google

I just turned in my final outline for the adult worship service and I'm feeling like I need to do something entirely brainless. So, I'm going to enter my name into google to see the first 5 Kurt Johnston images that pop up. Who else out there has my name?

(5 minutes later)

Never mind. Apparently I'm the ONLY Kurt Johnston. There are several Kurt Johnson's (note the missing 'T') and Curt Johnson's, but none others just like mine. Wow, my mom always said I was special and unique.
(so to Rob Cunningham)


Rob C said...

Hmmm...I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I came across some other Kurt Johnstons... and I did it via Google. Maybe you were using a PC instead of a Mac to search...


Kurt Johnston & Friends
Kurt formed the Johnston Bros. Band with his brothers in 1964 becoming a professional act in 1972.

Kurt Johnston's profile at hockeydb.com
Kurt Johnston, Forward Born Feb 10 1977 -- Peterborough, ONT Height 6.00 -- Weight 215 -- Shoots L. Regular Season, Playoffs. Season, Team, Lge, GP, G, A ...

Track - dirtdrivers.com
5) 77k Kurt Johnston 6) 21j Jeremy Leiting 7) 00 Mike Goldfuss 8) 52 Dean Wilkinson ... 4) 77k Kurt Johnston 5) 74 Justin Clark 6) 23 Mike Stearns ...


But yes, you are unique and special. Moms are never wrong with that line.

And yes, Shuffle Up and Google is quite brainless. But I find it a fun activity when trying to track down friends from high school, college, old jobs -- and I always like to know what info's available on me. Other than what's in those FBI reports.

kurt johnston said...

Rob, I did the search through image search. After your comment I did it again and did find a few burried several pages deep. I'm glad to know I'm not alone in this world.

Rob C said...

No one likes to be alone. We all want to know our place in this world. Hmmm...I feel a Michael W Smith song comin'...

Joshua Griffin said...

The wind is moving
But I am standing still
A life of pages
Waiting to be filled
A heart that's hopeful
A head that's full of dreams
But this becoming
Is harder than it seems
Feels like I'm
Looking for a reason
Roaming through the night to find
My place in this world
My place in this world
Not a lot to lean on
I need Your light to help me find
My place in this world
My place in this world

If there are millions
Down on their knees
Among the many
Can you still hear me
Hear me asking
Where do I belong
Is there a vision
That I can call my own
Show me I'm



Rob C said...


And I really DID laugh out loud on that one.

Has DF ever heard of Michael W Smith?