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Hulk wait around big drug store. Many holiday foods. Hulk like two kinds pie. Hulk like trail mix: nuts, dry fruit. This snack: Hulk not sure.
You may have noticed that it has begun to snow. It started late last evening, and knowing WordPress it should keep up until very early in the New Year. As always, if it really bothers you, let me know and … Continue reading
Do a lot of people just walk down the street with a spare 900 bucks burning holes in their pockets, see this display in a jewelry store window, and say to themselves “You know, what I really need today is … Continue reading
Black Friday internet shopping as the wet November wind blows, and playing with phone images from this summer on the Pixlr photo editor. I found this black and white picture of beans growing in a friend’s garden on a hot … Continue reading
There’s a foundation rule for Kekionga and the vast, twisted city-on-the-edge-of-forever space opera universe that surrounds it: no elves, no aliens, no ansible. This is (surprisingly for me) a hard and fast rule that has molded the very nature of … Continue reading
I’ve never seen these Mold-a-Rama Hoteis before, but I’m pretty sure there is a machine with this mold somewhere in Kekionga. Or maybe it’s just somewhere in the timelines, and the reason there are so many of the sculpts around … Continue reading
Among the many great treasures in the echoing maze of galleries that make up the Field Museum in Chicago, my very favorite is the little canopic jar*. That’s because the head that makes up its lid, which is supposed to … Continue reading
One foot in front of the other. Today I decided to try that traditional refuge of modern Americans in times of trouble (popular since the Great Depression): a couple of hours in a darkened cinema, watching a big, colorful blockbuster … Continue reading
Three days of the supermoon; three days of great photographs taken by photographers who managed to be in the presence of the supermoon while holding a camera. My encounters with the supermoon have been less lucky: beautiful moments of supermoon … Continue reading