Monthly Archives: January 2008

Frozen Grand Central Station

From, as usual, the great BoingBoing comes some of the most amazing art I’ve seen yet this century. Inneresting times we live. Really, really amazing.

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Dramatic Lemur

Some of you might recall the most dramatic five seconds on teh intratubes. We might just have surpassed that. Make sure your sound is up. Surround sound if possible. Five times I’ve watched it now. And it just. Keeps. Getting. … Continue reading

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Genius!

As though there were any doubt my young chillens are computer savants—idiot computerants?—more proof appears. You could also argue that this is, indeed, actually proof that their parents should watch said spawn more carefully and/or shut off their computers when … Continue reading

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Math for Maroons

Show up for dental appointment at 8:21, 9 minutes early. Ask once again about how long the procedure will take. Be told, once again, “an hour, hour and a half.” Sit for fifteen minutes, cognizant you were told you were … Continue reading

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In Memoriam

The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan and Iraq: Richard B. Burress, 25, of Naples, Fla.; specialist, Army. Burress was killed Jan. 19 when a bomb buried in a road exploded under his … Continue reading

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In Memoriam

The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel who were killed in Iraq and who died at a military hospital of injuries suffered in Afghanistan: Richard J. Berrettini, 52, of Wilcox, Pa.; lieutenant colonel, Army National Guard. … Continue reading

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Bittersweetness

Yes. Exactly. Just so.

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