Monthly Archives: September 2007

What is happening in Burma / Myanmar?

Mark has been posting about the protests in these areas, and is probably closer to the action than you or I. Read more about what’s happening here.

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Polar Bear Bait >_<

Dueling giraffes are kind of cool, but I’d like to see you top this (the Morning Musume clip where they have steaks attached to their heads almost compares to this):

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Fiery Sunset on the Point

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Otter Aquarist

Congratulations to my favorite older sister (not to be confused with my favorite younger sister or favorite older brother) on achieving your goal. I expect you to know everything about otters by the end of this year, and yes, there … Continue reading

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Memories of a summer past

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The Golden Mahi mahi

This Coryphaena “showing a helmet” hippurus “horse tail” shows us that dorado means “gilded” in Spanish. According to one source, the mahi converts about 90% of its food into body weight, and can reach a length of 6.75 feet (and … Continue reading

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Restaraunt Review: The Grand Buffet

I haven’t reviewed food in a while, but one visit to the Grand Buffet in Seaside, California, gave my gastronomic system such problems that I must issue a word of warning. It all started after a game of disc golf … Continue reading

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Added to the playlist

Your Matisyahu video was really damned good, so good in fact that I have converted it into an MP3 so that I can load it on my IPod.

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Violin and Turntables

Now here’s a funky introduction with some Ghostface, Roots, Gnarls, and more…

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Polychaete Worm

This is a polychaete worm that I found on a piece of drift kelp magnified at x50. Little beasties look a lot meaner under the microscope. It’s nice to have a mini-lab on board when you’re looking at marine organisms.

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