Monthly Archives: March 2012

A few minutes or roughly a few

About a few
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Stereotypical Spring

Some pictures I had fun taking over the weekend.

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I want your skulls I need your skulls

A Misfit's Skull

The Misfits-Skulls

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Is this a holdup? No [ed.] It’s a science experiment!

Trains Cover

I paid a visit to my Dad’s a little while back, and he had unearthed some old Lionel train set components that me and my uncle used to run. Surprisingly all the cars and engines appeared to be in great shape. I didn’t get a chance to run them since the transformer rattled when I [...]

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Crash Course in Emergency Medical Techniques

The other week I was cleaning up old pictures on my phone and along with the foodie pics I posted earlier, I stumbled across these gems. Don’t ask because I don’t know the answer.

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Flawless Victory

Spermatozoa Running Path

- DONE – : Hang out with youngest for a while today. – DONE – : Look at apartments – DONE – : Open new bank account – DONE – : Complete a small car repair – DONE – : Talk with cute German girl. – DONE – : Schedule new blog post(s) – DONE [...]

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Devil’s in the Details

Play DoughⓇ fun for the whole family.

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  • Almost Random Quote

    “….And that’s not the worst of it. The thing that really sucks about having a regular job is the expectation that you’re supposed to be there at certain times. Even Google is afflicted with this, apparently. And what this means, as everyone who’s had a regular job can tell you, is that there are going to be times when you have absolutely no desire to work on anything, and you’re going to have to go to work anyway and sit in front of your screen and pretend to. To someone who likes work, as most good hackers do, this is torture.” — Paul Graham, Why Not To Start A Startup. 2007