Monthly Archives: December 2012

Is this faulty?

This thing is not as functional as the creator claims. You can tell by this photo of a user malfunction. No balance is even possible I heard. Read about how to build one here.

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Craft deco the shit out of stuff

First you those take a bunch If Awesome then say your Zune! Ready? Never mind updates yours.  No. Ultra for sure. Ready? Every supply ready. Than glue it. Write your emotions. And sometimes you goes it with bits. I like … Continue reading

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Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg

When addressing challenging global issues such as climate change it seems important in our present culture to establish blame before trying to start any meaningful dialogue. I can help with this step. It was the Germans. Specifically, Gutenberg. He is … Continue reading

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rainy daze

Today is the new moon. I have heard that people do crazy things when there is a full moon so, by induction, I conclude decisions made during the new moon must be super sane. I just got back from skinny … Continue reading

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warped imaginiation

Did you know it is mathematically possible to effectively transport an object (or person) faster than the speed of light? It just can’t travel faster than the speed of light in the process. Make sense? I have been trying to … Continue reading

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40 years of waiting

Today is the 40th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 17 (9:33 pm PST). It remains humanity’s most recent journey to the moon. In my view, that is an astonishingly long lasting lack of interest in sending people to places … Continue reading

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on ivory pedestals

This is probably the best valedictorian speech I have ever been privy to. Sophia rocks. I also like the photos of her dismantled grad cap.

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As the FIPA fiasco continues to unfold, it turns out that the “experts” who are speaking in favour of the trade deal with China all seem to be employed by law firms that do the arbitration between nations and corporations. That is to say, … Continue reading

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deafening silence

I got turned on to this video clip today. The content itself isn’t particularly entertaining. It is mostly just clapping or silence. What it suggests is far more interesting. It is a series of excerpts from the live stream of the UN General … Continue reading

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