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I did not know that this was a thing

March 2, 2012

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I sort of pride myself on knowing when something is a thing, but I completely missed this one… Originally, I had a whole bunch of other embedded videos below, but Lauren said they were slowing down the internets, so now they are just poor little links… and another and another and another and another and […]

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Sortofamap

February 8, 2012

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Histomap-top

I think I’ve mentioned before that I really like maps. Every once in a while I’ll see a link to a site about maps or remember to visit Strange Maps. Yesterday I ran across the “map” below. I spent a long time looking at it that I could have spent on more-or-less productive things. Click […]

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Recess Stories

January 6, 2012

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I’m not exactly sure where I saw these first, but we just started our second semester at Lincoln Lutheran, and the assignment for all of my independent study video editing students was to watch all 12 of these. Your assignment is not quite so long. Watch this one, then watch the rest of them if […]

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Mystery #17

July 2, 2011

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Mystery #17

There’s a knoll in Lincoln in a residential neighborhood that doesn’t have anything on it. Lauren and I drive past it a few times a year, and last time we weren’t in any sort of a hurry, so we took some side streets in an attempt to see what was on the other side and […]

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Mass the troops in Kamchatka.

June 16, 2011

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Mass the troops in Kamchatka.

The route that I take to school everyday goes over a railroad track. It’s a pretty nice crossing. You can take it at speed if the idiot in front of you doesn’t slow down to a crawl. Usually there is no train, but I’ve traveled this route roughly 1,800 times now (this was my 10th […]

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Thanks, Rachel.

July 20, 2010

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Thanks, Rachel.

You’re probably all wondering how the bat bug saga is turning out, huh? Well, it’s kind of a non-issue right now. We never found any after the initial few, and the actual bat guy has our roof sealed up with a couple of controlled vents. In the early fall he’ll install one-way valves on those […]

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