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Have you got the globes? No, I always walk this way!
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7/31/2012   31 comments
You tend to forget just how much more information there seems to be when you are looking at globe as opposed to a flat map / projection.
The 2012 Olympics opening ceremony … WOW!
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7/30/2012   27 comments
Did you see the opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympic Games on Friday? I have to say that I was completely blown away…
No! It's not fair!
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7/25/2012   10 comments
I really don’t think it's "cricket" for people to tempt me in this way, because I am a weak man…
Yum Yum – canned uranium ore!
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7/18/2012   18 comments
The really funny thing about this can of uranium ore webpage is the associated comments, for example...
Mommy, why does that man smell like coconuts?
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7/17/2012   8 comments
In which we explore a "do-it-yourself" recipe for underarm deodorant that features coconut oil as a binding agent…
High praise for Alfa Insurance
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7/12/2012   14 comments
I just returned from a quick trip down to my local Alfa Insurance office, and I have to say that I am mega-impressed…
A "must read" new book – The Violinist’s Thumb by Sam Kean
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There are genes to explain crazy cat ladies, why other people have no fingerprints, and why some people survive nuclear bombs...
I want a Jumbo Jet Executive Desk!
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7/11/2012   5 comments
I've said it before and I'll say it again – I LOVE the stuff they do over at MotoArt...
Death by armpit!
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7/3/2012   45 comments
I don’t quite recall how this came about, but I was chatting with my wife (Gina The Gorgeous) yesterday evening when the topic of underarm deodorant came up.
How can this be possible?
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7/2/2012   12 comments
I really don’t know what to say (and that's not something you hear me say very often)…
Microcontroller Invasion!
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7/1/2012   22 comments
A few weeks ago I was cogitating, contemplating, reflecting, and generally ruminating on "this and that" when…


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