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Saw this at Rock Creek today ?imported from G+
Really not sure what the neighbor kids are on about. They've been putting this out every day since sometime this weekend.
My guess is it's a "man in a hole" on a manhole.
Do note the marks from cars having to swerve around it – it is smack in the middle of the intersection.?imported from G+
This makes me so happy. You get it girl.
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Hard Day? Here is a hearty laugh for youimported from G+
Crap. New Seasons just earwormed me with REO Speedwagon. Oh, it's on, Friday.?
New Seasons Marketimported from G+
you'll shoot your eye out
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Stick 'em up! This Bandit Rubber Band Sheriff Shotgun Kit is a great way to let off steam on your lunch break. Line up some empty soda cans on a fence and knock 'em down (shoots up to 25'!). Pew! Pew! Pew!imported from G+
oh the Portlandy things me and Mr Dog see while out and about…?imported from G+
Gotta take an audiobook pause. Gettin' all paranoid after too muchreading Homeland.
No idea what I am talking about?
Cory Doctorow tells us:
Chapter nine of Homeland opens with about 400 digits of Pi. When Wil Wheaton read the chapter, he soldiered through it, reading out Pi for a whopping four minutes!
Here's the raw studio audio (MP3) of Wil and director Gabrielle De Cuir playing numbers station. There's less than a week left during which you can get the independently produced Homeland audiobook through the Humble Ebook Bundle! ?
Chapter nine of Homeland opens with about 400 digits of Pi. When Wil Wheaton read the chapter, he soldiered through it, reading out Pi for a whopping four minutes!imported from G+