- herry: What a nice post is it. I really amazed to read the great information that you have posted. I appreciate your...
- df of ll: I mean….Jordan, not Syria. No wonder I made a D.
- df of ll: RE: Eye of the Needle When I was taking religion at Baylor, my professor said that passage in the Bible was...
- Mike Honcho: Great link to Ben Corey's post. thanks!
- Michael Willoughby: I'm guessing the beach scene at the 45 second mark was his contribution.
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The idea of getting your name on a brick for a donation was some good schtick.
This gives you a better appreciation of the art and the complexity and the tiny details often overlooked. And worth noting, nothing was done digitally.
Chief Meteorologist Scott Padgett of CBS11 confessed on air he’s never eaten anything from Whataburger. He’s been at the station since September 2013. Last night’s ‘Life In Pieces’ had an obscure Tina Yothers (you know, the young blonde girl in … Continue reading
The owners need not worry about retrieving that thing, it’s done for.
BYU mechanical engineers have created an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield that can protect law enforcement from gunfire. The new ballistic barrier can be folded compactly when not in use, making it easier to transport and deploy. When expanded — which … Continue reading
There are days I lower my standards and post things considered “bag worthy” and there are days when I can’t find crap. Today is a crap day. Which reminds me of one of my favorite scenes from Spaceballs. (Curse word warning)
There’s a consulting service connecting filmmakers with scientist script advisors — and it’s changing what science looks like onscreen.
I can’t remember if I mentioned this, but I uploaded a small clip from a trip to NYC to YouTube over a decade ago and the quality was far from HD. Fast forward about a decade and right around Thanksgiving … Continue reading
Every child is unique, has different maturity levels, and processes information differently. With that disclaimer, and the potential to be judged as bad parents, WifeGeeding and I talked to six-and-a-half-year-old DaughterGeeding about the bird and the bees. Well, maybe not … Continue reading