Monthly Archives: July 2011

From A Curd A Day

Moooo!!!!! […] From: E F Subject: bovine I live near the University of California Davis, the former Ag school of the University of CA, and now a capital of oenology studies as well as large animal veterinary medicine. When Robert … Continue reading

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That awkward moment…

Ha! You thought photography was easy! Composition is everything…. [via Photogenic Bird] == PT Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message: Look at the picture before you read the caption at the bottom. No cheating. It’s the awkward moment ….. … Continue reading

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More from China

Another timesink. Also click the link to “Avatar” landscapes. [via Guido] [via Guido] == PT Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message: Very interesting. Pretty, too. http://www.businessinsider.com/yunan-province-2010-6#

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News of the Weird

I think most Westerners would agree with me that these reports about Muslim religious beliefs strike us as outrageous, cruel, hare-brained, arbitrary, and worse. But then I think of the customs and practices of Hasidic Jews, which certainly seem to … Continue reading

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“You may ask yourself, ‘How did I get here?'”

Five of this, ten of that…. Myths and misconceptions. A great timesink. http://history.howstuffworks.com/american-history/10-biggest-lies-in-history 11.htm == PT

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Way To Go Out

I knew him once…. […] Doylestown man dies in one-car crash Art Gentile/Staff photographer The driver of this car, David Miller, died after crashing into a utility pole on Dark Hollow Rd in Tinicum on Tuesday. Posted: Thursday, July 28, … Continue reading

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And Now A Moment With Howard Beale

[ROTFL] Well, this reminds me of the guy who said, “I don’t have a solution, but I sure admire the problem.” Since this guy makes more than $250K per annum, he is hardly “average.” In fact, he’s in that 5% … Continue reading

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