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Monthly Archive: September 2012

Sep 21 2012

Right There At The Top Of The Page!

This page, that is–the long list of dozens and dozens of car emblems at EvolveFish! Or, for those of you who prefer direct links, right here is where you can get your very own cuttlefish car emblem!

Sep 20 2012

Gee, Good Thing God Tells Us What To Think…

My pastor tells me “God says this! We dare not disagree! His word, as seen in scripture, is Enough for you and me.” God’s views on marriage, taxes, war— It’s quite a lengthy list— We’d have to work it out ourselves If God did not exist. My pastor says he learned these things Through study, …

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Sep 20 2012

Shiny, Shiny Cuttlefishes!

Eleven Shiny Cuttlefish

So new that as of this writing, they are not yet listed on the EvolveFish site, but I assure you, they exist and they are beautiful! And the service is uncannily good–my order, for instance, was shipped and received before I even ordered it (indeed, before I knew it could be ordered! (Click to embiggen) …

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Sep 19 2012

And Jesus Saith “Take My Wife, Please!”

The fragment of papyrus read: “And Jesus said, My Wife…” Which shocked those unaware of this Dimension of His life The fragment, though, is incomplete; It leaves the scholars vexed. I’ll ask my learned readers, then… What do you think comes next? So, yeah… via National Geographic… A fourth-century fragment of papyrus is making some …

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Sep 19 2012

Feathered Dinosaurs Are Cool, Take 2

Raptors In The Grass

My favorite part of XKCD’s gorgeous “Click And Drag”: I can just see the one on the right, thinking “Feathered dinosaurs are cool…” What’s your favorite bit? WARNING: clicking (and dragging) on “Click And Drag” can be habit forming. Or it might just suck you into an inescapable time-suck. Proceed at your own risk!

Sep 18 2012

Do They Never Learn? Elmhurst, Meet Cranston.

We like to tell you “character counts” In big displays, and small amounts, With that in mind, I’m proud to announce The speaker for this year This speaker stood up for your rights In one of many legal fights; She’s one of freedom’s shining lights Oh, yes—and she’s your peer. A student, just like one …

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Sep 18 2012

Happy National Cheeseburger Day To You!

It appears that today, Sept. 18th, is National Cheeseburger Day here in the states, so CNN’s Eatocracy blog has made you one with everything–history, recipes, controversy, world records. I can’t compete with that, so I’m going the lazy way and reposting the story of my own best cheeseburger experience ever:

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Sep 17 2012

The Room Was Full Of Wealthy Men

The room was full of wealthy men And one of them was Mitt He felt he could speak freely there, And lighten up a bit. He thought his friends would have his back; That wasn’t how it went. And now we know how Romney feels For the forty-seven percent. The poor among us always thought …

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Sep 17 2012

Boy Scouts Kept Molestation Records Confidential

He’s admitted to molesting boys, while working for the Scouts Though the records aren’t available to search; If the case had been made public, there are few if any doubts It’d be difficult to face the folks at church. The L.A.Times has a substantial story, well worth reading, on the paper’s review of two decades …

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Sep 16 2012

Doctor Who, Deja Vu

In “A Town Called Mercy“, the Doctor and his companions face, amongst other things, a cyborg with an overdeveloped sense of justice and an artificial eye. Image source Hmm… Sci-Fi show, more on the goofy side but with serious moments, cyborg, artificial eye, overdeveloped sense of… ah, that’s right–Justice. From season four of Red Dwarf: …

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