Bag of Randomness for Wednesday, March 2, 2016


  • Yesterday on BaD Radio, Dan was worried that his passport photo with long hair and his current short hair would cause issues traveling between the U.S. and Canada. If I didn’t have any problem traveling to Vietnam with short hair using my shoulder-length haired passport photo, he shouldn’t have any problem at all.
  • WifeGeeding teachers pre-school at a local church which is also a voting precinct. There was a lot of talk about people telling those outside that the church building is only to be used for Republican voting and Democrats needed to vote elsewhere. I think I hear of this everytime there’s an election.
  • GIF – I thought the process of making rips in jeans would be a lot more low tech.
  • NFL Coaches Meeting in 1963 – This was held in a ranch near Dallas. The last picture has all the coaches, such as Lombardi and Shula, wearing cowboy hats stepping on a fence with Landry holding a roap.
  • Buzzfeed – What Happens To Coins That Are Thrown Into Fountains? – A few highlights:
    • The lake at The Bellagio makes about $12,000 a year.
    • In 2014, the fountains in Disney World raised $18,000.
    • Chicago’s Buckingham Fountain only makes about $200 a year.
    • The Trevi fountain in Rome is insanely profitable. It can make $3,200 a day
  • Buzzfeed – This Guy’s Dog Was Killed By A Coyote So He Made A Crazy-Looking Vest To Protect Others
  • Mental Floss – 5 First Things Presidents Did in Office‏ – I’m surprised that I’ve never pondered what was the first bill signed into law until reading this article – “The first bill signed into law by Washington was “An Act to Regulate the Time and Manner of Administering Certain Oaths.” Among other things, the bill—the first ever passed by Congress—established the oaths of various political offices: “I, A. B., do solemnly swear or affirm (as the case may be) that I will support the Constitution of the United States.” It was a law built to last, and remains in effect to this day.”
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2 Responses to Bag of Randomness for Wednesday, March 2, 2016

  1. RPM says:

    Some places still have separate polls. But if it was a mixed polling place like we have here in Wise Co., that's voter tampering/fraud and should be reported. The church I voted in was mixed polling.

  2. John Mackovic says:

    Rick Perry has a better solution for coyotes.

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