Monthly Archives: June 2014

Science!

We all go to the grocery store, and most of us have purchased ice cream. When are we all going to learn that the reason the doors are clear glass is so you can look at the selection and make … Continue reading

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Athletes play baseball?

I love the game of baseball. It’s actually much faster paced than most give it credit for. Between every pitch are dozens of small decisions and observations being made by players and coaches of both teams. While I love the … Continue reading

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Introducing the new cigarette butt: the floss pick

I was always amazed at how smokers I knew who otherwise wouldn’t litter never had a problem throwing their cigarette butts on the ground when they were done smoking. (Interestingly, these people I knew were also the most vocal environmentalists … Continue reading

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Donuts, teriyaki and laundry

The search for decent donuts in Seattle is never-ending. They just don’t have very good bakery. Don’t get me wrong. Seattle is still the best place I’ve ever lived, and I’d take it over anywhere else. But like anything, it … Continue reading

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The thing about obvious

So, President Obama has traded five Taliban leaders for one of our captured soldiers who quite possibly deserted the army. When these sorts of things happen, you have to wonder if the person who makes the deal is stupid, making … Continue reading

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