I could survive for 60 seconds chained to a bunk bed with a velociraptor Hmmm, Bizarre.
Wow, I just unlearned something, glass actually doesn’t flow. See Does Glass Flow?, from the Corning Museum of Glass. Also, the Wikipedia discusses this at The Physics of Glass.
Check out the Maps of the 2008 US presidential election results that have been generated giving each county, state, weight based on their populations.
“Kristin Pass, an 18-year-old senior with Down syndrome, became Aledo High School’s homecoming queen Friday to a joyous standing ovation and the flutter of a thousand tissues on a remarkable night for an amazing young woman.” Read the full story at the Dallas News: Aledo High seniors pick classmate with Down syndrome as homecoming queen …
Ruan and Tina de Flamingh are walking 8000km with their dog Akela across mainland Europe from the northernmost tip of Norway to the southernmost tip of Greece. The driving force behind this expedition is the awareness of the often occuring but little known disability called CHARGE syndrome. As they walk into Helsinki after 1700km on …
Russell D. Moore asks Should We Miss Our Church Graveyards? I find the thought of being laid to rest on a church property a bit comforting. That seems “nicer” (more personal) than in some humongous cemetery, mixing with people I don’t know. I’d like to spend forever with people I’ve spent most Sundays with.
The geographer in me is very excited about the 19.20.21 Project.
People are nuts. Both situations in this story are sad. Bombing, Abortion, & Down Syndrome. Do to others as you would have them do to you. – Luke 6:31 (NIV)
For a few months now, I’ve been reading the Unclutterer blog. Unclutterer is the blog about getting and staying organized. I am using one of the unclutterer’s hints: doing it in small steps: After yesterday’s laundry (socks, underwear and t-shirts) was done, after sorting and folding, but before actually putting them away I opened each …
Two of my friends are up for a Podcast Award. If you get a chance, vote for them in the Cultural/Art category. Their podcast is YourNeighborhoodStage, a weekly podcast focusing on community theatre.