Monthly Archives: November 2011

Need to work on take-offs & landings

But I could totally see using this to get to work everyday

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Gotta buy me one

This is so many kinds of awesome!  via Facebook

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Boeing makes a second 787 line in SC.  Boeing threatens to move new 737 line to “somewhere else”.  Boeing now has a shiny new 4-yr contract with the strike happy IAM a full 10 months before the old one runs out, … Continue reading

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This ain’t Wisconsin

When the building is closed for business for they day, you need to get your ass out. And it looks like the “landings” weren’t all that soft. Toll in 2 days at Capitol: $12K in costs, 6 Troopers and 1 … Continue reading

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How Hip Hop could have saved America

Wise Hip Hop adage: Never trust a big butt and a smile See @ 1:47 Case in point If only the people of Massachusetts would have listened.

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Just because they act like children

Not everyone was happy with my “Watering the Hippies” meme from last week. So, I’d like to just point out a couple items before things get warmed up: First of all, for those who haven’t been paying attention, this “sit … Continue reading

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My 5-year-old nephew was happily pointing out all the different Legos in his collection when he frowned and said he didn’t know what this one was. It’s not strictly a television antenna (I believe it’s from my brother’s old 1970s … Continue reading

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Go Huskies!

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Alaska’s Last Week

I found Alaska, our white wolf-white shepherd wolfdog, as a pound rescue in December 1999. He was six months old, and a few months earlier had been found abandoned on the side of the road, with a shattered elbow and … Continue reading

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Another new liquid energy storage medium

Chemists in Oregon have come up with a new way to store hydrogen in liquid form at room temperature.  Easy to get it to absorb H2, easy to get it to let it go.  Just gotta work on the energy density (so … Continue reading

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