Monthly Archives: July 2013

More Fight Club Rules

For some reason, a number of my friends have been referencing the Fight Club rules recently. Maybe it has something to do with the graphic novel sequel that is in the works, but maybe it doesn’t. In any event, whenever this … Continue reading

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Castle Grayskull Oddities

Like many people who were young boys in the early 80s (as well as some young girls, and even possibly some odd men and women who weren’t young at the time), I used to have He-Man’s Castle Grayskull. As a … Continue reading

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The Turks Too Lax In Clearing Bird Of Spying

Apparently, villagers in a rural Turkish village found a kestrel that had a leg band labelled “24311 Tel Avivunia Israel.” The bird was brought to authorities who nicknamed the bird “Israeli Spy” and released the bird after x-raying to determine … Continue reading

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We’re Missing A Golden Opportunity With This Mouse Memory Implantation Thing

I’ve heard a lot of people talking about how scientists have discovered how to implant fake memories in mice. That is both fascinating and worrisome for a number of reasons, but the thing that concerns me is that we are … Continue reading

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Amazon Posts A Loss: I Had No Idea I Bought Quite That Many Books

I just saw an article about how Amazon recently posted a loss in their most recent quarterly earnings. Man, I had no idea I bought quite that many books. As most people who know me are aware, I read quite … Continue reading

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You Want To Know What’s Really Killing All The World’s Bees? Kate Middleton.

People keep talking about what’s killing all the world’s bees. Some people blame pesticides, others blame some unexplained bee virus. However, I have uncovered the truth. You want to know what’s killing all the world’s bees? Kate Middleton. That’s right, … Continue reading

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You Should Check Out Streetfood By Christian Dzadek

I just wanted to let everyone know about a youtube show a writer friend of mine, Christian Dzadek, does. He’s teaching in Xi’an, China right now and he started putting out a show called Streetfood on youtube. Each episode is a … Continue reading

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You Don’t Need To Feel Guilty If You Don’t Review “Bones Buried in the Dirt” On Goodreads And Amazon

I’ve talked to a number of people recently who apologized to me that they hadn’t gotten around to reviewing my book, Bones Buried in the Dirt, on Goodreads and Amazon yet. It was really cool that they wanted to review, … Continue reading

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Perhaps One Should Be Cautious When One’s Job Has Irreversible Consequences

Personally, I think one should be cautious when one’s job involves irreversible consequences. Just imagine you are in the shoes of David Underwood and his wife. You buy a lakeside house from your aunt that has been in the family … Continue reading

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Hyperloop Sounds Cool But I’m Betting It Won’t Happen

Apparently, some people are working on some sort of massive vacuum tube/magnetic levitation system that could enable transport between LA and NYC in about 45 minutes. Though it sounds like the idea is technologically within reach and sounds really cool, … Continue reading

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