and so here I am: still standing in the arena, in hand-to-hand combat with demons mostly of my own making, aiming to make a small dent in the universe. nowhere near a great success story, yet fighting the good fight and perhaps helping others to achieve greatness as I attempt a bit of my own. I’ll be 46 in a month, well past the age when most folks have already shown what they’re made of. but I’m still grasping for that brass ring.
ThrillWalker by Dug B. #art #MichaelJackson #zombies
art #artists on tumblr
Clearly Dope Parenting: Gas on Board.
Babies are only like $2 a gallon at most…
A 19-year-old Egyptian university student called Aisha Mustafa has invented a propulsion device intended to offer spacecrafts a new method and cheaper means of energy consumption. The propulsion device promises chances of using quantum physics and chemical reactions in artificial satellites, instead of the current radioactive-based jets and ordinary rocket engines. Mustafa’s device is based on a scientific mix between quantum physics, space technology, chemical reactions and electrical sciences. Mustafa said the inventions generates energy for space vehicles from electric energy formed by Casimir-polder force, which occurs between separate surfaces and objects in a vacuum and by the zero-point energy considered as the lowest state of energy.
I hate clean, orderly countries where everything works. I like hot, messy, passionate countries that are barely keeping their shit together.
So many great things from California have made their way east: Extra-Large King Size Beds, Talking Raisins, Pizza Kitchens. But the best thing about California — In-N-Out Burger — still hasn’t made it to us. Fortunately Blythe brought us some “Double-Double Animal-Style” burgers in an ice-filled cooler. We ate them, roughly 20 hours after they were made.
(via Sandwich Monday: In-N-Out Imports : Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!)
Tell that to a plant, how dangerous carbon dioxide is.