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Tasty Salad at lunch, with lots of work on either side of it.

Made a date with BHK to see the Pietasters in May! A little Ska never hurts! Also made plans to go get some pancakes with Duncan, J, and Sean this weekend!


Bloody Fun Day is a strategic arcade game where players control the Reaper as he plows his way through little critters. Every time Death sticks his scythe into one of the creatures, he gains points but loses health. Destroying red creatures will bring his life back up.


Each set of creatures killed leave behind eggs which need to be left alone to hatch into even more critters. Building up points also gives Death special abilities which can be activated in order to grab even more points. It's all about bagging as many points as possible before you run out of life.


The game mechanics work really well and it's a very nice concept. There's a tutorial to get you going and a couple of game modes to choose from. Play it over at Kongregate. (via

News from BHK today - Migratory waterfowl counts over 5 years New bill to require insurance companies to disclose slave records from the 1800's. One of the proponents is a Law prof from MD---Professor Ifill Wind power available in Maryland? Who knew!!!! I'm not comfy with a 1 to 2 year contract though AND it probably isn't even available in our area!
By the way--YOUR son was sleeping IN the trash can upstairs this morning!!!! It didn't have trash in it but it did have a plastic bag liner-----he's a nut!

(Whenever Newton is weird or naughty, he's MY son. Whenever Newt is cute and adorable, he's OUR son. Pye hasn't been given the same treatment yet, but he's the baby of the family.)

1 year ago - med doodle stat, neverland ranch pix, 7 dirtiest IT jobs

2 years ago - wachovia, chipotle, pictures out birding, BHK's potato soup

3 years ago - justice and friendship, walkabout, thai, @ sushi, dabble db, open office, human ton & handy, 5 love languages, newt installs counterstrike

4 years ago - net down, simile, super-poots, a little about myself, dmw

5 years ago - newt pic, alton brown ok, cliches, The author of California's anti-gay marriage law? His son just got married. To a guy.

6 years ago - spam, barbed wire, slow walk, stinky bus, spring break starting

7 years ago - news articles from 1902, poem tag linked to me, Scott name confusion, cool databases

8 years ago - Big Bird Song, cell phone jamming / scanning modes, a good day, "feet and blisters, web"Geotarget
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Okra harvest!

Okra has come in with the first zucchini - vile, slimy okra. We'll see if BHK can win me over to this veggie, like she did with Zucchini.

John R Cambron (who lives in North Beach!) has an excellent track map showing the layout of all switches, yards and platforms in the Metrorail system. Now, he's expanded that map based on the Metro 2030 vision to create a potential 2030 track layout. - via

In the first case to review the government’s secret evidence for holding a detainee at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, a federal appeals court found that accusations against a Muslim from western China held for more than six years were based on bare and unverifiable claims. The unclassified parts of the decision were released on Monday.

With some derision for the Bush administration’s arguments, a three-judge panel said the government contended that its accusations against the detainee should be accepted as true because they had been repeated in at least three secret documents.

The court compared that to the absurd declaration of a character in the Lewis Carroll poem “The Hunting of the Snark”: “I have said it thrice: What I tell you three times is true.”

more here at the NY times

So, how many human rights advocates are going to boycott all of the sponsors of the 2008 Summer olympics in Beijing ?

Numerous human rights violations have taken place in China because of the Olympics, according to an Amnesty International report. In 2006, Beijing implemented a detention without trial scheme called "Re-education Through Labor" which targets people who have committed minor offenses and are forced to work long hours and can be detained for 4 years. Concerns over the games also include the potential for boycotts from pro-Tibetan organizations such as Students for a Free Tibet as well as from organizations such as Amnesty International upset with China's involvement in the crisis in Darfur.

Biggest tricks for me to avoid would be be -

Johnson and Johnson - very big company - not sure if we could dodge every tendril. I can rattle off at least 5 of those items in our home right now.

GE - everywhere, also owns a ton of stuff - (including TiVo, Universal Studios, and USA network, home of Psych)

Coca-cola - everywhere, but avoidable if you take note of what you're drinking, including water.

Visa - well, that's my bank's debit card, and almost every place on the planet takes it... so, unless I want to live and trade with cash-only businesses, that's a deal breaker. Too big to defeat.

Items of little to no difficulty -

McDonalds - not hard for me to miss out on - we only ever go for shamrock shakes or pumpkin at halloween. Easily avoided.

Samsung / Panasonic - easy peasy. I get 99% of my electronics from other sources, though our tv is a samsung right now.

VW? Awww... you guys let me down. Would I have to boycott playing punch-buggy?

Adidas - no problem missing out on them.

UPS - I do use them on occasion, but there are alternatives.

Snickers, Tsingtao, and Budwiser - I can do without all of those.

Kodak - plenty of other options there, too, but they're in a lot of places. depending on the extremism, some might want to forego any book that used kodak photography or processes. Movies, etc.They are teamed with Motorola and Lexar, for that matter.

Who can say? I won't be that extreme, but sometimes I feel that I should.

‘Zero’ chance lottery tickets stun some players - Through a request filed under the Freedom of Information Act, Fishwick’s firm was able to obtain records that showed the Virginia State Lottery sold $85 million in tickets for which no top prize was available.

1 year ago - hot brain, hot pixel, night of the comet, the frighteners, Louise and in-laws at supper, dinner pix, shag and klondike bar

2 years ago - nearly naked neighbors, gray day, mob supply pic, newt pics

3 years ago - talked to Arnie's Sec, newt and graffiti pix, autostitch, wifi theft arrest, reality show premises, j-walk on podcasts, programmer joke, google maps goodies, flightgear, wifi hotspot backpack, my messy office, bear-knocking, sex pred info pages

4 years ago
- combos/snausages , wisdom, serving sizes, ramen, Rockford Files, Planetarium pictures, weather, sock thief

5 years ago
- call block, snapple, intelligence gathering, Batroc, flashback cartoon, addictive data

6 years ago
- oz/floyd connection, pimps at sea, rss feeds start, cat dreams

7 years ago
- cej returns, unpacking videos, 1992 tax info, the challenge, corn chowder, kubrick quiz

8 years ago
- Rowlf sings, April actually kicks back a few bucks, pondering a new recorder Geotarget

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Good solid day of work today - getting a lot done and covered. Met the new VP, and he seems like a really nice guy who knows his stuff. I wish I could advise him more on commuting, but he's a car guy, and not a train or bus sort.

After work, BHK and I went out to lemongrass for a little date - the food was excellent and the company wonderful. It was raining like gangbusters outside, so we stayed for dessert... the Thai doughnuts and fried ice cream were also great, but I tihnk I ate way too much. After the weather let up a bit, we went to petsmart to look at the critters, and saw an army gal with a haircut that made her look a bit like donald duck.

Went home, watched the pilot of middleman. I liked it - it was a little sticky, but forgivable in a pilot episode... There was a super-intelligent gorilla in a tracksuit, which was pretty cool, but I'd prefer that they not mention comics so much. I didn't need a Grodd reference. He was more like the Mod Gorilla boss to me, anyhow. The "filthy paws / damn dirty ape" quote was expected, but really, that's forgivable. I'll be watching it again, and expect it'll gain some momentum if all goes well.

In honor of Swarm of the Snakehead, I made my own proto - snakehead beastie (you can download him at the link) in Spore yesterday. BHK's bitey monopod will be uploaded soon, too.
snakehead for spore

George Carlin passed away. I think that his routines in recent years got a little... I don't know... Lame? Turned more from radical or wacky to just whiney "get off my lawn you kids" humor? I feel the same way about him the way I feel about a lot of folks I liked more when I was younger - maybe I outgrew him, like I did Harlan Ellison's angry young guy shtick as it turned into an angry old guy bit. As I age, it gets harder to be entertained by that sort of thing. Maybe they both just ran out of whatever mojo kept them fresh and interesting to me. I still like the old stuff. Not as angry, not as bitter... things can have bite and not seem just sad. He was a great satirist during the bulk of his life, and I'm sure he will be missed.

I saw him in "concert", at FAU, ages ago with Jeremy Dawsey. I don't remember where James was, or why he wasn't along. We had a *fantastic* time, and it was likely the only time I've seen a comedian in the last 20 years that wasn't "schticky"... fat guy telling fat jokes, lesbian telling lesbian jokes, black guy doing black jokes, prop comics... etc, etc, etc.

I'll just choose to remember this:

Some people say the glass is half empty.
Others say the glass if half full.
I say the glass is too big.

--George Carlin

Illustrator Rafa Toro scanned in a set of monster trading cards and presents them in blog format: Monstruos Diabolicos. El Hombre Lobo! El Payaso Diobolico!or my fave... El Agusanado!

LOS ANGELES — Hollywood will enshrine an eclectic bunch in its famous curbside Walk of Fame next year, including Hugh Jackman, Ben Kingsley, The Village People and fictional Tinker Bell.

Recipients of the sidewalk stars also include Felicity Huffman, William H. Macy, Cameron Diaz, Robert Downey Jr., Tim Burton, Leslie Caron, Charles Durning, Ralph Fiennes, William Petersen, Kyra Sedgwick, John Stamos, Mark Burnett, Chuck Lorre, Kenny "Baby Face" Edmonds, Dave Koz, The Miracles, Doug Morris, Rush, Shakira, KFI radio personality Bill Handel and KCRW host Harry Shearer, who also provides voices for characters on "The Simpsons."

Cheeta isn't on the list. The animal actor, whose credits include the 1967 comedy "Doctor Dolittle" and the "Tarzan" movies, was trying for the seventh time to get a sidewalk star.

His handlers had launched an online petition to get supporters to urge the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to give him a star in 2009.

Guinness World Records has called the 76-year-old chimp the oldest living, non-human primate. Cheeta is retired and lives in Palm Springs.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce's Walk of Fame Committee chose the recipients, who were ratified by the board of directors Thursday.

Seriously? Tinkerbell got a star, instead of Cheeta? She didn't speak, and has only starred in one film! Cheeta's an actual being, not just a drawing. What's next? The NBC Peacock?

1 year ago - wifi / magnetism allergy, carcassone, munchkin, witch trial, lj mindmap meme, Danny still visiting, heard about polarity

2 years ago - spinny video, can't get behind that, danny bails, manatee journal, soulroom quiz

3 years ago - too much goin' on, pyramids, bq weds, yawnies

4 years ago - Elin, Miami-cam, BBC broadcasting Mort, The Dead Case, TV Newscasters, Florida voter PSA

5 years ago - GP writes me after however many years, reader influx, bro behaving,insensitive online transgender Columbina gets snotty with D, lovey-newt.

6 years ago - a very well thought-out email about getting a journal code for japaneseblossom, 100 questions, Newt-acrobatics, beanbag sofas, rate kittens.

7 years ago - mephitic, sweetie-yodeling, quiet mood, sponge bob, bad science, sexy factoids

8 years ago - Nothing.. not updating regularly yetGeotarget

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Humpday! Midweek, and it feels it. I was happy to rediscover that we get President's day off next month... Three-day weekends are a wonderful thing. Added bonus is that my b-day falls on a weekend this year, so that Saturday is mine, all mine!

BHK and Cathy got together today to do more straightening and space management at the house. One recent change is the move of the love seat from the office to the living room... newtcam archives show that Pye doesn't seem to mind the change of pace. 


Maybe we'll have room for some bookcases under the North-face windows, with the tops clear for kitty-climbing and general sunning.

Poor Pye must be a little chilly in that picture - he's all fluffed out. Cold, or resting off a horsing around match with Newt.

"After eight years and some $65 million, the state of Maryland is taking its first steps to return to an accountable, paper-ballot based voting system. Governor Martin O'Malley has announced an initial outlay of $6.5 million towards the $20 million cost of an optical system which will scan and tally the votes while the paper ballots are retained as a backup. The new (or old) system is expected to be in place by 2010 — or four years before the state finishes paying off the bill for the touch-screen system."

Had a bit of a nightmare about using the walker last night. Forgive my recycling of old doodles. Dreamt of being poked and prodded, cut open and stapled shut.

I've already had two surgeries.. one in 1994, and another in 2003.

Makes me twitchy, just thinking about it. After being cut up, I had to go shopping for tennis balls to put under the walker's feet.


Now I've got the phrase / title Walker, Texas Ranger stuck in my head.

Random Self-portrait of the moment taken in the loo at work - Beard has bypassed the goatee stage for winter.


I still remember the sting of asphalt embedded into my palms after the trip and fall 5 years back.

The voice of my first grade teacher is a strong memory, too.

Also those commercials for free catalogs....

Free Catalog
Pueblo, Colorado, 81009.

Is the only reason I know a zip code in Pueblo.

Hey...they have a website now.

I wonder if I'd have the guts to punch a Tyrannosaurus in the face.

Milton Blahyi, a former feared rebel commander in Liberia's brutal civil war, has admitted to taking part in human sacrifices as part of traditional ceremonies intended to ensure victory in battle.

He said the sacrifices "included the killing of an innocent child and plucking out the heart, which was divided into pieces for us to eat."

There had been numerous rumours of human sacrifices during the 1979-93 conflict but this is the first time anyone has admitted publicly to the practice.

Mr Blahyi, 37, is better known in Liberia as "General Butt Naked" because he went into combat with no clothes on, to scare the enemy.

He is now an Evangelist preacher, who prefers to use the name Joshua.

1 year ago - zombie astronaut, gun runner dream, paper moon pix,

2 years ago - missing cj, superhero dream, youtube b&B, fat bat cat, herm patient, pug in lucha mask, endless forest, birthday counter.

3 years ago - Chilly, doodle, facial morphs (monkey scotto is still my fave), food, height comparisons, a/b meme, warning labels, toybox mooch, scythes

4 years ago - happy Newt, nipples off, palm post - bus stop, tummy ache. penguin poop, giant nostril

5 years ago - Tests, truth, rumor, links and history, lj spam, Kev in court

6 years ago - I got my camera, Alvin gets fired from work for stealing overtime, unsolved mysteries, snap club, mcd's employees, nifty moon site.

7 years ago - Reflections on the old regime, The Litter Box Song *snerk*, Cow Saliva, "parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme", rehiring some of the fire-eesGeotarget Geotarget

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Sep. 19th, 2007 06:21 am
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So.. talk like a pirate day again? Bleh. How about my suggestion from last year? Talk like a Ninja day and for everyone to not say *anything* - especially meme related for a day. (Myself included.)

Obligatory Zombie reference -

LIMA (AFP) - Villagers in southern Peru were struck by a mysterious illness after a meteorite made a fiery crash to Earth in their area, regional authorities said Monday.

Around midday Saturday, villagers were startled by an explosion and a fireball that many were convinced was an airplane crashing near their remote village, located in the high Andes department of Puno in the Desaguadero region, near the border with Bolivia.

Some gruesome news:

CARACAS (Reuters) - A Venezuelan man who had been declared dead woke up in the morgue in excruciating pain after medical examiners began their autopsy.

The forensic expert called to examine the willing victim of German cannibal Armin Meiwes has written a book about his most bizarre case. He recalls his horror at seeing the four-and-a-half-hour video Meiwes made of the killing and disembowelment.

1 year ago - gorilla head melting point, pirate talk, columbo, menstrualhut 2250 (now 2369 after removing deleted members), olmec writing, man marries a goat, one word, morning scent, the shire, white and nerdy screencap, mahna mahna in porn,

2 years ago - Talk like a pirate day, Adam West is 77, taxi price hike, broke times, snarly thoughts, fiat lux, hurricane rita, list quiz-meme, saw greenelvish

3 years ago - iPatch, out with Danny, walkabout pictures, Clown doll conspiracy

4 years ago - Pirate palindrome, photo-"found", Spectre reads minds... literally, severed heads, Brazil tech (#6101)

5 years ago - mysterious phone call, myth structure of Miami kids, Newt pic, peskyvan, cej figure done, heroclix with Danny pictures, cosmic encounter

6 years ago - museum of online museums, dictum, interesting lj-er poll, inanimate object poll, I love degauss, "the incident", jimmy back on Ben stein,Halloween cookie recipe, Litter box-cookies, Adam West 73

7 years ago - word from Wu!, slackin', food for the poor Geotarget

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And another one gone...

WACO, Tex., Aug. 27 — Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales, whose tenure has been marred by controversy and accusations of perjury before Congress, has resigned. A senior administration official said he would announce the decision later this morning in Washington.

From New York Times

Lunar Eclipse Tonight! (Well, tomorrow Morning) - I suspect that I'll be able to see it when I first get up for work. Portions of the pre-dawn total lunar eclipse will be visible, weather permitting, across the country. Only in the West will the entire Aug. 28 event be viewable before sunrise, however.

The moon enters the Earth's full shadow, or umbra, at 4:51 a.m. EDT (1:51 a.m. PDT). It enters the total-eclipse phase at 5:32 EDT (2:52 PDT) and the event ends after sunrise on the East coast and at 4:22 a.m. PDT.

1 year ago - butternose, travel pictures, bhk at bayfest, Lake Placid / Magnificent 7, stained glass crab, urban decay, flying, Ernesto coming,

2 years ago - cats in sinks, sf author journals, free refills for dumpster divers, nerd/dork/geek, candy, A Beheading for Homeland Security, work update

3 years ago - on call, cases, make your own bat phone, lj-brain melt, 50 questions

4 years ago - mongorians, kama sutra, making fiends, mars attacks cards, Arnie has strong opinions on gay marriage, toe-hang, palm from work, work misc,bro, paper models, theme fonts, palm cam, ny blackout pics

5 years ago - Fuzzy Newt, Dan-chops, slackers, heroclix modding / props, mankind enslaved poll, Dan & I duke it out with clix, 100 glowing zombies

6 years ago - Newt is like a baby Bob, Treehouse,, pirates

7 years ago - quiz, crushy, scrabbling, sleep study, kring posts randomly in my lj Geotarget
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Chewing through a very solid work week - A lot of items on the desk to weed through. SQL is taking top priority, given our release date, but there are a lot of items to deal with from various aspects of the web site to planning budgets.

It's a pretty challenging gig, and I like it like that. Not a lot of time to learn, but learn-as-you-go seems to be the rule for any tech thing nowadays.

Not enough code to worry about at work? Here's some icehouse game java in the works, too. I'm not even going to look at that stuff until sometime in 2008, most likely - after crunch time at the office.

Taco night with the in-laws and BHK's longtime pal Lucas (edit - LUKE! NOT LUC!) - he's in town for a span before going off to NY or CA for work. I hope we get to have him over a few more nights before he launches - perhaps he'll be interested in playing some parlor games in addition to any chick flicks that he and BHK both seem to dig.

I am very weary tonight - hitting the sack early. I don't know if it's the rainy weather, or what, but I've been feeling a need to snooze. I'm all for cool, misty days, and if a little sleepiness is a result, that's ok, too. I think that I may be a bit tired due to a lack of unwinding when I first got home... I'll try to kick off my shoes and change into some play clothes a bit sooner tomorrow.

Saw our "whatever" sort of bird of prey in our backyard... still sans camera, so a animated drawing will have to suffice.

'Serial killer marked victims on a chessboard' Read more... )
Chikatilo, a paedophile, was able to gain sexual excitement only by stabbing girls and young women. He was executed in 1994.

1 year ago - enthused, quizzies, cydonia vid, grab old comics

2 years ago - jenjen, rocko, more hee-haw, work-dream, indoor remote control flier, a little sick, cool song parts, religion facts

3 years ago - bro fade, there lives again, walkabout, spell of hoggoth

4 years ago - personality profile for work, seasonal pages, hippos and rhinos, lifesavers changes flavors, Pam Confirmation, guest map, vamp game, chat

5 years ago - grove scandal, togas, tulip head, haiku

6 years ago - Harvard classics, imprecation, Child's Christmas in Wales, Love, great moment from Oz, Spoon

7 years ago - Put April on a bus for home, Gaming group with Josh Marquart and the Hunters, can you picture that Geotarget

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Aug. 18th, 2007 11:00 pm
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Things of note - when getting an ekg or a stress test, I was stuck on a stretcher for about 8 hours straight. Do it again? thank you, no.

Off on a date to see Stardust - Double dated: Bhk and Me / Kendall & Adam. We all enjoyed it - a nice combination of humor, mild violence, and general purpose fairy tale.

Played 4 games of polarity with BHK - won 3 - Also won 1 game of martian coasters.

Center of hardware store's quirky display is stolen
ATW Hardware and Supply owner Ted Kramer wipes a tear away from one of the ladies on his rooftop display. The figure known as The Man was recently stolen from the Edgewater store.
Read more... )

1 year ago - bk's bday, pink vs elo, telephone line, good stuff on the horizon, tony jay RIP, hushmail, Danny out, Britta, window box, peanuts meets peckinpah, reset xp admin password

2 years ago - spidey villains, jc vampire hunter, smog monster, 10 happy things, aurgasm, firefly, Robert Goulet

3 years ago - A little training trouble, lovely gifties, stormtrooper wedding.

4 years ago - Newtcam pic, me as a geisha, space pop, RIP Nick, ACIM interview, eats, tohru

5 years ago - Mac virus, got a play set, 25mm floorplans, Egyptian law, stickman down stairs, reparations

6 years ago - 51 things learned from playing champions (27 changed?), concinnity. Stuckey’s pecan log rolls, pac-man fevah

7 years ago - no thingGeotargetVisitor Map

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A small sampling of our 30 jars of pickles
pickles! we've got 30 jars of 'em!

Raquel Welch gets some more use out of that costume she wore on Mork and Mindy. Sing it, Rocky!
(don't watch it for too long... it starts to hurt the brain)

via ze - The Tilted Room :: a really well done update to ernie kovacs "tilted table" routine.

Our sunflowers are at about 7 feet tall... but the heat and lack of water is giving them the wilties. Hopefully last night's rain woke 'em up a bit.


Playing with the myriad of games with pyramids in the Icehouse (handy wiki link) set make me feel a little bit like Enik from land of the lost. I wouldn't mind making a light table board to look like the matrix table he used on the show. Played BHK 4 games of Treehouse last night, and I won 3 of the four.

Sorry, Marshall, Will, Holly, Enik... that's my set.

Hm. Now I want a big bowl of honeycomb cereal, and to watch bad saturday morning 70's tv.

Regarding Zendo - found a random Koan generator - might do the trick.

Some sample output -

A koan has the Buddha nature if it contains no more than 3 flat, small pieces.

A koan has the Buddha nature if it contains exactly 2 green pieces.

A koan has the Buddha nature if it consists entirely of upright pieces.

A koan has the Buddha nature if the number of its ungrounded, flat pieces is even.

A koan has the Buddha nature if the pip-count of its upright pieces is not equal to the number of its large pieces.

A koan has the Buddha nature if it contains at least 2 weird, small pieces.

A koan has the Buddha nature if the number of its flat, purple pieces is odd.

A koan has the Buddha nature if the number of its large pieces is even.

A koan has the Buddha nature if it contains at least 3 upright pieces pointing at a weird, red piece pointing at a medium piece.

Hello Kitty
Police must wear this shameful, shameful mark

BANGKOK, Thailand - Thai police officers who break rules will be forced to wear hot pink armbands featuring "Hello Kitty," the Japanese icon of cute, as a mark of shame, a senior officer said Monday.

Police officers caught littering, parking in a prohibited area, or arriving late — among other misdemeanors — will be forced to stay in the division office and wear the armband all day, said Police Col. Pongpat Chayaphan. The officers won't wear the armband in public.

The striking armband features Hello Kitty sitting atop two hearts.

"Simple warnings no longer work. This new twist is expected to make them feel guilt and shame and prevent them from repeating the offense, no matter how minor," said Pongpat, acting chief of the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok.

"(Hello) Kitty is a cute icon for young girls. It's not something macho police officers want covering their biceps," Pongpat said.

He said police caught breaking the law will be subject the same fines and penalties as any other members of the public.

"We want to make sure that we do not condone small offenses," Pongpat said, adding that the CSD believed that getting tough on petty misdemeanors would lead to fewer cases of more serious offenses including abuse of power and mistreatment of the public by police officers.

1 year ago - Monks in a circle, ken nordine, contact lens thought, 9-volt batteries, dragonball live action in spanish, shades vary electric bill,

2 years ago - Mona moves on from work, Lisa is a good name on lj, NASA pics, walkies phone post

3 years ago - Thinking Wolfsonian, CEJ, Skeletor, bro, bandwidth crooks, awesome search phrase, cat poop coffee, silly ad, Where do they make balloons... (hey, synchronicity)

4 years ago - miniature oranges, orisinal games, tv in my head, first/last meme, newt on a windowsill, daler mehndi

5 years ago - Newt Wakies, Croc bite brings beer, scotto-man, overtired, funions

6 years ago - vcr tape, gaming, militate, warren, scientific independence for researchers, Frontier Psychiatrist, evil SUV

7 years ago - many folks join my Friendy-list (probably due to addition of interests) , grover, graves museum Geotarget
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Restless night sleeping, accidentally booted Newt off the bed once, but he stuck with me throughout the night. BHK was restless too, but I didn't leg-sweep her out. Pye visited briefly, but high-tailed it after the barest commotion. I dreamt that BHK and I were hunting animals, tagging them for reference, and re-releasing 'em into the wild. A side effect of geocaching, perhaps?

Bugah & Neil went fishing - to no avail, as the water was too choppy.

Half day tomorrow! North Beach Fireworks are going to be something else!

via jwz - Search for Lonesome George mate is long shot
While scientists search for a mate for "Lonesome George" -- the last known survivor of a species of Galapagos tortoise -- some say the effort to fend off extinction may be in vain. Even if a mate is found, George has not been interested in reproducing in the past and may not know how, former keepers and others who have worked with him said.

"He has problems ... he probably never saw a female and male of his own species reproducing," said Swiss biologist Sveva Grigioni, who worked with George 13 years ago.

Grigioni, now back in Switzerland, said she could normally get tortoises to ejaculate within minutes, but spent months manually stimulating George and never extracted semen from him.

Age is not George's problem. He is estimated at between 60 and 90 years old, and could live to be 200 and still reproduce, scientists say.

The visual differences in tortoises from different islands were among the features of the Galapagos that helped 19th Century British naturalist Charles Darwin formulate his theory of evolution. Since then, the tortoises have been hunted by pirates for their meat and their habitat eaten away by goats introduced onto the islands. George, who weighs 198 pounds, was found on Pinta in 1971.

Reviewing Openads for the company's ad server for the web. it seems pretty reputable and reliable, thus far.

Fire drill this morning was a welcome break in the day - cool outside, everyone seemed laid back and calm - helped move the rest of the time that much more rapidly. the 2pm meeting went well... lots of good information for me to ruminate over the next few projects. I really dig that I'm in an environment that will allow me to use the skills I have! (Last gig wasn't bad, but a lot of repetition. This time, there's a lot of room for creative thought along with brute force.

Day closed with S'mores over a fire pit, some preview fireworks, and then Bugah and I played a bit of "Destroy All Humans". Not a bad thing.

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We spent most of the day out and about, Geocaching with the Newsoms. They're really into it, with a little over 100 finds in recent memory. It was fun tooling around a bit and seeing what's what. I also dropped off tinkle pig in a cache... time for her to see the world. I retrieved a toy soldier cast from civil war bullets, who will ride with Bruce Moose and Gaytor until a suitable resting ground is found for him. The cemetary caches are almost always my fave - the woods were a hoot too, but ticks are a real fear for the kids, especially since Em was out sick just recently. (Heck, nobody wants lyme disease.)

A brief synopsis of Cache visits-

Dropped off placed Hula Wyvern (Travel Bug Dog Tag) in Little Southern Maryland School [visit log]
Dropped off placed "Wajima, Japan" Unite for Diabetes Travel Bug (Unite for Diabetes Travel Bug) in Little Southern Maryland School [visit log]
Found it found Little Southern Maryland School (Traditional Cache) [visit log]
Found it found Parkkin Cache (Traditional Cache) [visit log]
Found it found Flashover (Traditional Cache) [visit log]
Found it found Can you see the ghost?! Again! (Traditional Cache) [visit log]
Found it found Relaxation for Redlights (Traditional Cache) [visit log]
Found it found Book Worm (Traditional Cache) [visit log]
Found it found Time is the key (Traditional Cache) [visit log]

Aftwerwards, we took a quick pitstop at Aardvarks, had an ice cream and picked up kanoodle for BHK (I'm sure I'll be playing it too.)

Spent a little more time puttering around Solomon's Island, went to Stoneys for dinner. (their treat! yum!)

On the road between points, I got a call from my Mom, and it turns out that Bro isn't in a work crew, but just a rehabilitation center. Taking classes, etc. Hopefully some of the lessons will stick, but if not, at least he's out of circulation for a while.

After that, we paused at the Barker's to water the Mom-in-Law's plants, and to do a little dock-walking. I paused for a breather upstairs, but before I could get my nap on, Adam and Kendall showed up to say hi and to drop off some fireworks.

Man pummels vampire peacock

NEW YORK (AP) -- A peacock that roamed into the parking lot of a Burger King in New York City was beaten by a man who insisted it was a vampire.

Animal control officials in Staten Island say the bird was beaten so fiercely that most of its tail feathers fell out and it had to be euthanized.

The seven-year-old male peacock wandered into the restaurant parking lot and perched on a car hood last week. Charmed employees had been feeding it bread when the man appeared.

A restaurant worker says the man grabbed the bird by the neck, hurled it to the ground and started stomping it. She says when he was asked what he was doing, he responded, "'I'm killing a vampire!"'

Employees called police, but the man ran when he saw them.

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First Paycheck! Timely arrival, give that our quarterly assessment is due to be paid on Monday. It's nice to be able to put a little coin into savings, too. Slightly larger than the next few, given that insurance hasn't begun to be withdrawn on them yet. (I get insured starting August 1.) Plans for next paycheck - contemplate a new couch, and start catching up on old debt. Revising a budget to accommodate *more* income and savings should be fun.

I don't really want an iPhone, but I would like a Nokia N85. Perhaps initially a little expensive, but still cheaper in the long run. Maybe after my current nifty-phone (LG enV) bites the biscuit. Who knows how long that'll be... it's pretty dang rugged and I just got it a few months ago. I am getting a blackberry and a laptop with my new gig, but those are purely business toolkit goodies. I think I'm still more jazzed about the Wii, as far as silly toys are concerned.

Scientific American has an fascinating feature An Earth Without People, not to mention these renderings of what the city might look like sans humans.

via chuckm -
Eternal Plastic

The Register has an interesting article reminding us that plastic lasts forever. Every piece of plastic you've ever thrown away still exists somewhere out there in the world. Every fork, every cup, every GI Joe.

In this particular case, it's a flotilla of 10,000 plastic duckies that escaped a sinking cargo boat in 1992 and have been sailing the world's oceans ever since. From the article:

The luckless fleet of cursed, wandering sea-going toys - Flying Duckmen, perhaps - circled the northern Pacific for some years before a fresh horror befell them as they drifted into the Arctic. Here they became frozen into the pack ice, suffering untold torment in their icy prison as they slowly transited past Greenland into the Atlantic.

Their yellow paint has washed away to ghostly translucent white. I can only imagine what 10,000 of them look like floating by. Every now and then one little duckie breaks off from the main group and washes ashore. Apparently they're considered quite a collector's item. The rest are all doomed to float like phantoms on the currents of the ocean.

Break It Down!

But there may be hope. According to The New Scientist, an American company has created a specialized microwave that can break plastics back down into diesel grade oil and gas. Non-hydrocarbon materials are left untouched. That means you can easily convert the plastic coating on a length of copper wire as oil, and leave the pure copper behind for recycling as reclaimed metal.

Among the first companies to use is an automotive reclamation plant in New York. They plan to use the machine on what they call "autofluff". That's a very cute word for all the non-metal stuff that comes off a car and usually ends up in landfills. This machine will allow them to break down the plastics within the autofluff. Supposedly this process will generate enough oil to power the machine itself, meaning its self sustaining and will additionally reduce the amount of car material going to landfill.

Now to round up those duckies...

Advice from someone in their fifties to someone in their twenties.

Your Score: Orpheus

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You have to use 3 words to answer each question.

No more or No less.

1. Where is your cell phone?: on my belt

2. Your boyfriend/girlfriend?: I married her.

3. Your hair: needs a trim

4. Where is your father? Burned to Ash

5. Where is your mother? Sunny South Florida

6. Your favorite thing to do? Relax at home

7. Your dream last night?: I don't remember

8. Your favorite drink?: diet cherry cola

9. Your dream car?: The Love cube

10. The room you're in? pretty patterned walls

Where is 11?

12. Your fears?: hurting loved ones

13. What do you want to be in 10 years? Comfy and cozy

14. Who did you hang out with last night?: Blackhellkat / her Mom

15. What you're not good at? playing xbox SSX

16. Muffins?: blueberry or chocolate

17. One of your wish list items?: robot vacuum cleaner

18. Where did you grow up?: the east coast

19. The last thing you did?: hit enter key

20. What are you wearing?: my play clothes

21. what is your favorite TV show?: Red Dwarf, Baby.

22.what is your favorite song?: Pick just one?

23. Your computer?: needs an upgrade

24. Your life?: No complaining here

25. Your mood?: thirsty for adventure

26. Missing?: where's the kitties?

27. What are you thinking about right now?: new job's paycheck

28. Your car?: Needs a bath

29. Your work?: play with trains

30. Your summer? July 4th fireworks

31. Your relationship status? I'm happily married

32. Your favorite color(s): rust, forest green

33. When is the last time you laughed?: Did I stop?

34. Last time you cried?: the other day

35. School?: Florida Atlantic University

Newton, a Year ago


Likely plans for next week with the Newsoms -

July 3 (6:30 pm)
Free Summer Concert/Fireworks
5th Street & Bay Avenue on the Pavilion, North Beach - Bring a blanket and the kids and watch the fireworks over the water after concert. or 301-855-6681
July 3 (Dusk)
Chesapeake Beach Fireworks
Bring your family to enjoy the spectacular fireworks display in Chesapeake Beach. Beautiful colors reflecting across the Chesapeake Bay. or 410-257-2230
July 4 (8:00 pm)
Fireworks Cruise
Calvert Marine Museum, 14200 Solomons Island Road. Watch the beautiful Solomons fireworks show aboard the historic Wm. B. Tennison. Food and beverages provided. Advanced reservations required. or 410-326-2042

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Google may digitize Michigan State University's Comics and Pulp Library. (via beaucoup kevin )

With more than 150,000 items, the Russel B. Nye Popular Culture Collection is a major scholarly resource for the study of popular culture from the 19th century to the present. The initial emphasis was on American popular culture, but materials from other countries are now collected as well. While not the largest of its kind in the nation, MSU's popular culture collection is one of the most usable because of its early adoption of coherent planning that focuses efforts on a limited number of areas. Prominent in those plans are comic art; popular fiction including dime novels, story magazines, pulps, juvenile series books, detective fiction, mystery fiction, science fiction, western fiction and women's/romance fiction; popular information materials including almanacs and etiquette manuals; and print materials relating to the popular performing arts. Collection parameters evolve to follow trends in popular fiction, recently expanding to include gay and lesbian pulp fiction. Noteworthy elements of the collection include a nearly complete set of Deadwood Dick dime novels and substantial numbers of Tom Swift and Horatio Alger books. In addition, the Comic Art Collection is a research collection of more than 200,000 pieces serving national and international scholars. The strengths of the comic art collection are U.S. comic books, European comic books, U.S. newspaper strips and works on the history and criticism of comics. Less extensive collections are maintained for African, Asian and Latin American comics; fotonovelas; animation; cartooning; Big Little Books; and comics tie-ins. Materials held include the Yellow Kid beginning in 1895 and the Famous Funnies No. l comic book from 1934. The emphasis is on graphic storytelling in the newspaper comics or newsstand comic book tradition to present a complete picture of what American comics' readership has seen, especially since the middle of the 20th century.

Why don’t poor people save more money? Because they’re better off not to! At least according to a new study from the National Center for Policy Analysis. The LA Times reports :

Low-income households face “astronomical” penalties for saving, according to the report by the National Center for Policy Analysis. For example, each $1 saved by a single mother earning $15,000 a year could cost her $2.60 in higher taxes and lost government benefits.

I escaped from Starbase Scottobear!

I killed Ambassador Jennylee, Ldy the Dalek, Christin the space pirate, Applelard the awful green thing, Uberbastard the medibot, Inkygypsy the tribble, Suigeneris 56 the awful green thing, Za Pick the psychic agent, Za Distro the tribble, Za Links the cargobot, Hulk Smashy the cargobot and Ambassador Kevin Church.
I salvaged an Evandorkinian artefact, an Acoolsecretaryian artefact, the Log of the USS Creepcake, an FUZZYBUMBLEBEE-160 phaser, an ILLUMINATION-30 plasma rifle, a HERBS-8800 supercomputer, Myid8myego's commbadge, an MNEWSOM-70 phaser, an FALLENTOAD-60 phaser, an Edbookian deathblade, a Chandraian raygun, a Sedefendendo screwdriver, an Intrepidite screwdriver, a PARKS-9200 supercomputer, Kat78731's commbadge, the Log of the USS Za Moon, the Log of the USS Fivefootmayhem, a fantasygoatlithium crystal, the Log of the USS Sebab and 331 galacticredits.

Score: 1071

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Jun. 5th, 2007 10:10 pm
scottobear: (make-believe)

BHK made some lovely lunch for herself and Cathy - stir fried veggies over brown rice. I snarfed that down for supper as soon as I got home - she opted instead to have leftover hot dogs grilled yesterday.


I wonder if Gorbachev would have gone through with Glasnost if he knew it'd lead to this:... )

After wrapping up an online conference last Thursday, Putin took a few minutes to answer several of the most-popular questions sent in by Russian Internet users ... )

when reporters asked him after the conference whether Russia planned to use “gigantic, humanoid war robots” to defend itself.

Asked to elaborate about what he meant, Putin said: “These are unmanned aerial vehicles. And maybe the time will come for gigantic robots. ... )

Asked about the possible awakening of the giant mythical octopus Cthulhu, the fourth-most popular question among the more than 150,000 sent to Putin, he said that he believed something more serious was behind the question. Cthulhu was invented by novelist H.P. Lovecraft and was said to be sleeping beneath the Pacific Ocean.

Putin said he viewed mysterious forces with suspicion and advised those who took them seriously to read the Bible, Koran or other religious books.... )


Yesterday [ profile] jwz posted a link to an article about how plastics are choking the oceans. It talks about the North Pacific subtropical gyre, a swirling mass of water between California and Hawaii that's slowly been collecting various plastics for years. This mass of plastic is now twice the size of the state of Texas and just sort of hanging out, slowly swirling around like a giant toilet bowl.

The most disturbing thing (other than a picture of a turtle whose shell has been deformed by a ring of plastic) is that these plastics are breaking down into smaller and smaller pieces in our water supply.Scientists are still studying the impact ingesting these plastics is having, but some speculate it may be one of the causes of the rising obesity and diabetes rates in first world countries.

Also found via jwz, good news about tinfoil hats. They prevent cancer. Researchers have used low-intensity, intermediate-frequency electric fields to combat an aggressive brain cancer known as glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). The strategy pinpoints tumors without invasive brain surgery and has more than doubled survival time in preliminary studies.

The new approach exploits a cog in the cell-division pathway. When cells divide, a molecular motor called the microtubule spindle helps segregate chromosomes into the resulting daughter cells. Resembling a set of strings, the spindle is made of electrically polar macromolecules that are sensitive to electric fields. Previous work has shown that if a 200-kHz field is applied to these macromolecules, the spindle can't form properly. As a result, cells stop dividing and eventually die.

The device is ideal for those with GBM because it only acts on the brain and lacks chemotherapy's systemic side effects, says Eric Wong, a neuro-oncologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston , Massachusetts . Because tumor cells in the brain frequently divide, normal brain cells would remain unaffected by the electric fields.


They took JD to the hospital – he’s been very sick, and can’t get his fever any lower than 101 (it’s right at 103 now) - I hope he's ok by now.



Lasse Klein has designed the coolest lamp ever. I would like one, please.


pie chart meme )


1 year ago - monday, random words, africa, hudson hawk, wireless router config can be tricky, agape, bumper sticker

2 years ago - Blinky arrives and is celebrated, on my path, MP pictures, google thing meme, swingset, sockamagee, Shaq, writing group slacking, SMART BOY..."Jones" CLEANS EVERYTHING BUT THE.."Baby", MI:3 rumors and Scientology powers, meetro, rainy

3 years ago - Laundry done, moribund, hungries, celeb-alikes, mindmap, google-search journal, work issue,, pain-ray, newt-yawn pics

4 years ago - bollywood, gay days/ Disney, marketing spongebob cereal

5 years ago - Moscow Tunnel system, fumigation

6 years ago - Paterfamilias , living on bread alone / scurvy, hobos, secret Scotto factoid re:barbershops

7 years ago - nuffin, muffinGeotargetVisitor Map


Apr. 17th, 2007 07:29 am
scottobear: (boot hill)

doodle041707Yesterday, the power outage after work was a blessing. I didn’t need to hear all of the news time misery over what happened at Virginia Tech. I know the basics, and certainly don’t feel the need for any in-depth analysis just yet.

Due to the heavy winds and rain, the house was without power from about 2pm to right around 11:30pm. There is something to be said for snuggling up with BHK and the kitties in bed to watch a movie (X-men 3) on the last charge of the laptop. Speaking of last night’s power outage, my hand-powered flashlight came in handy for the first time in about a year. We have more than a few items with juice that we can use as a flashlight, as well. Amongst our light-throwing servitors there are a PSP (see doodle at right), a PDA, two cell phones, an unknown quantity of laptops, a GPS, and an Ipod.

This morning was another story. Since BHK’s folks both went to VT, plus the fact I live in DelMarVa in general has me inundated with the story. It’s nice to see the community pull together and support one another, but I’m just withdrawing from the topic as much as I can. Too much junk information out there on TV, too much noise to signal, too many people hurt for me to process this properly just yet. At work, it has been quiet, not too much mention of things non-work related. I figure that I'll soak up more information by osmosis rather than pointless conjecture.

rec'd in my email -

How many copycats are out there thinking, "yeah, I could do that, I could be famous." How much has this wall-to-wall coverage of The Cho Show are you guys going to air? When does the DVD come out? When is the made for TV movie?

By giving Cho his moment in the sun, postmortem, you're just giving the next wacko more motivation to get famous. By declaring it, even on the day it happened the "Deadliest shooting in U.S. History," or "Deadliest shooting rampage in U.S. history," and "Deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history," you're setting a mark for the next crazy guy with a gun: "Can you break this record crazy people? The score to beat is 32!"

Report the news. I don't need to know Cho Seung-Hui's shoe size. By "glamorizing" this insane person, you're just egging on the next guy. Report that he left a goofy manifesto and some lame videos, but don't plaster his videos up everywhere for ratings. Don't worry, we'll sit through your damn commercials.
Yeah, that sums my feelings up pretty well. The first person who tries to tie Virginia Tech shooting to violent video games, movies or music is a despicable publicity whore. Anyone willing to exploit this tragedy for media face time, or use it to support their agenda to censor media content is a pathetic excuse for a human being.

Today at work, plans were pretty straightforward. Fix a printer problem with oce’. Migrate some machines for the treasury and Sheriff’s Office. Swap out UPS’s on those that are looking a little threadbare after all of our recent power spikes.

1 year ago - dr who, secret wars, monday, sweet tomatoes, disney vault, keep cool pic

2 years ago - Homeless seen while on walkabout, mzk nearly shoots my eye out, Bo Rhap, Newt pics, mzk pic, robot doodle, lethal injections not painless?, tv interview

3 years ago - odd email, D's bday/vanishment, manatee doodle, sammy's sister syndicated, garlic, moon scarab

4 years ago - egg hunt stats

5 years ago - annoying day, doc trip, search terms

6 years ago - AJ's Bday, Recording freakazoid, dsl, [community profile] menstrualhut fan letter at mum.orgGeotargetVisitor Map

scottobear: (Hello from bro - surfing)

Work is interviewing for the network position today. I wonder when or if they’ll be asking me to sit with them today? I’m curious about the number of applicants.

When playing punch buggy my eyes tend to detect color first, then shape. I’m much less likely to see a white, black, gray/silver or navy blue bug than standouts like yellow, red or the brighter variants of blue and green. However, The “toaster” look of the Honda element is a good standout for me over colors. I can lock onto one of those much more easily than the bug. The dual-color ones seem to be easier for me to spot than the one-tones.

I have to dig up my birth certificate in order to get my driver’s license. It seems that my Florida state id isn’t enough. Bah.

Didn’t mow the lawn, and didn’t roto-till the garden, as it was too wet from the lovely rainy weekend. That’ll probably happen next Saturday.

Tomorrow, I’ll have been working for the county a month. That seems odd to me, somehow. I guess Friday will be a true work-month due to days off, etc.

Tina’s back from points elsewhere today, so we’ll probably have her over for an early dinner of falafel tonight. After that, I’m going to have to get one the stick, regarding the quest for more continuous employment.

Limited News source says that there are 21 dead at Virginia tech [edit- 32 dead, 28 wounded] – I don’t get how this happens. How broken in the head does a person have to be to run around a campus and start killing people with twin 9mm pistols? Sadly, my first mental image was that of the Shadow, with twin .45s barking out hot metal justice, but he’s a pulp fiction vigilante, not an actual insane non-fictional type being.

Found out that bro is breaking his probation already – Mom and WV went down to where they’d set his apartment up, and discovered that the place was empty. His probation officer called her looking for him, so it’s only a matter of time before he’s back in the clink. Turns out neither his rent, cell phone bill, nor his car insurance have been paid, so he’ll be driving with a suspended license in an uninsured vehicle. I’ll be checking the net periodically to let me know if he’s back in the pokey. [edit - he was evicted on 4/11]

I think I like stones and jewelry made from organic substances more than inorganic.

Pearls, amber, mastodon ivory, bone in general all had some sort of life-aspect about them before they were put into settings or whatnot.

Could the ghost of an oyster / tree haunt pearls / amber?

JD offered me some deer meat that he got while hunting. He bagged 13 last season, gave 10 to the hungry, and kept 3 in his freezer. The county electrician is apparently a great butcher.

1 year ago - easter peeps, Franciscans, freeware, bald headed cocktail sauce, lj top40, easter lunch, bugs bunny toon, newtcam action pics, SL easter pics,

2 years ago - oona tested, remembering D, walker tx ranger, CD biz, Bulk License-Plate Scanning by Helicopter, Amityville Horror

3 years ago - Cheeburger Cheeburger w/Dan, Ella Enchanted, got dreamt about, LH started / CS trimmed down, Coh Reset, weird email correspondence with a person that thought I was some sort of pantheist.

4 years ago - JKG Job desc, Honda cog movie, walkabout palm art - thin lines

5 years ago - cube test, Dangerous labs, threebrain, work stuff (network names)

6 years ago - pulchritude, leitmotif, objectives. (sakes, is lappie 6 years old!?! at least it's got windows 2000 rather than Me(h) on it now)GeotargetVisitor Map

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Mar. 13th, 2007 09:48 am
scottobear: (wampa say wha?)
via kat - Three men who spent years in jail after being wrongly convicted of murder will have to pay for their prison board and lodgings, Law Lordshave ruled. Read more... )

1 year ago - sunday walkies, path and pics

2 years ago - calle ocho, aroo, writing, chronic, tulips, mummified head of Mata Hari,Idahos mugshots, Girl Scout cookies remind me of Katt and Wendy, Monkeyhot or not, fonts, cool tools, Yu-Gi-Oh! suicide

3 years ago - CoH, Batroc, Bro, uncles, crazy yarn, comic styles, DP reboot (dang Byrne), dance cyclopedia, people as mexican food (metaphor)

4 years ago - Nordis = el sucko, LAN setup, Bellsouth, Lovely gifits from Dani, palm update

5 years ago - Applelard's BDAY!, the moon, cadbury craving, dead website linkies,bilhicks, hairball poll, skijump, silly supers, network names

6 years ago - sweet dreams, evil news, why blowing up buddha isn't so badGeotargetVisitor Map

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Mar. 8th, 2007 06:52 pm
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I really want to see 300 - I bet the good ol' Battle of Thermopylae will get a good showing. I've neve rread the graphic novel (or for that matter heard of it, before the movie) but I'd wager it'll be nifty.

via [ profile] eryx_uk - Elf defense for 'lingerie thief' Read more... )

1 year ago - jojo, fib answers, garfield minus voice balloons, coral springs walkabout,

2 years ago - Millennium Spheres, new dr who, dice quiz, Earth2/We3, Jack benny, Donner party, Karma?, bittorrent

3 years ago - motorcycle Chernobyl tour, led mug, jk to revise hp, dan tech slips, bluto song, haiku

4 years ago - palm pics travel, WWII thoughts, site down

5 years ago - Newtosill, Daffy duck, Morning here, dreams, poem tag, bubblegum alley, cute animals

6 years ago - The bed, Cool old comic books, disclaimer, OJGeotargetVisitor Map

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Jan. 25th, 2007 11:41 pm
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Some swim meet pics of my Brother-in-law - Adam, 17, Swim Team Cap'n.

Thumbs up for Northern! Swim meet adam frogbelly adam Grinnin' Adam

Quite a little stud muffin - he's very popular with the ladies, especially while being all sporty. He's really a great guy, and is very talented across the board - Physics, guitar, athletics. If he wants, he could go anywhere or do anything he might choose. He suffers a little bit from teenager-itis, but he's generally a gentleman and all-around good guy. I'm glad to have him in my family.

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - A partially mummified baby was found wrapped in newspaper in a warehouse self-storage unit and is believed to have been born sometime in the 1950s, authorities said. Read more... )

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The keepers of the "Doomsday Clock" plan to move its hands forward next Wednesday to reflect what they call worsening nuclear and climate threats to the world.Read more... )

1 year ago - torrent tv, milky blue blood, eric mike and mojo, flickeur, broward costs, colorize,

2 years ago - sick mel, jill training, edbook image gift, palm doodle, poll answers, interest list meme, wiki nifities,

3 years ago - Dr Strangeglove, Indy TV memories, 6 degrees, colors, WWN

4 years ago - lockpicking, LoTR noir, Lingo, Chilly palm doodles

5 years ago - walkies by the Sample-McDougald House, blair witch site, some dead links, snooze button

6 years ago - Font Test, memory marker of 8th grade, age/date comparison, "Hello?"Geotarget

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Dec. 17th, 2006 01:47 pm
scottobear: (Default)

GeotargetShopping with inlaws went very well. Good stuff for bhk, newtie, pye and tina, too - Also got a prezzie in the mail from Kev via amazon... BHK wisely confiscated the invoice, so it'll be a surprise to me when it's opened on Christmas.

via scans_daily. Good ol' Rebis. I'm Sill partial to Cliff, though.

- via [ profile] sebab

 Diabetes breakthrough
     Toronto scientists cure disease in mice
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1 year ago - king kong, nighttime pix, newtie pix, boosh quote, meme,

2 years ago - Mel born again, good times, steak, spazzy newt pic, earthsea whitewashed, comic book art I like, Chipmunks Roasting On An Open Fire

3 years ago - Tree, political compass poll, air stiff, Trained MM, flight method poll, programming notes

4 years ago - Clinton and Demi?, Sounds of Christmas, planned epidural

5 years ago - Aragon's verse, social crit, no *taunting*?!, WiD gig

6 years ago - Meeting Tarpo and Isis in a day, liberal actors don't bail don't leave, planet of the apes remake


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