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Apr 17 '12

cboddif:

Song of the day: Billie Jean as sung by The Civil Wars 

Originally experienced after the home opener of the Atlanta Braves’ 2012 season.  Awesomeness heard live!

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Apr 17 '12

Michael Jordan ESPN Commercial

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Apr 11 '12
Notice anything funny about this website?  I went to check out the pollen count in Atlanta today and noticed a button on this website that I have not noticed on other sites before.  I wonder how a visually impaired person who cannot read a bright chart is going to be able to find a small button that reads “Audio for the Visually Impaired”.

Notice anything funny about this website?  I went to check out the pollen count in Atlanta today and noticed a button on this website that I have not noticed on other sites before.  I wonder how a visually impaired person who cannot read a bright chart is going to be able to find a small button that reads “Audio for the Visually Impaired”.

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Apr 6 '12

Random Thought #2

Chest compressions for CPR are to be performed at 100bpm.  Coincidentally, this is also the tempo of the song “Stayin Alive”.   Though it may seem a little weird, if you ever have to give CPR, go ahead and start singing “Stayin Alive” to stay on beat.

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Mar 29 '12
These have to be some of the coolest Star Wars posters I have ever seen.

These have to be some of the coolest Star Wars posters I have ever seen.

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Mar 23 '12

Invention Idea #3 – Infinity Pool Guard

I’ve never actually been swimming in an Infinity Pool before, but they seem really cool and are much more aesthetically pleasing than regular pools.  One of my favorite things to do when at the pool at home is to relax on a float in the pool.  Perhaps I am uninformed about the workings of Infinity Pools, but isn’t using a float banned due to the risk of falling out of the pool?! 

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Thus my idea, create a switch that will raise a wall at the edge of the Infinity Pool to keep from tumbling out when using a float.  This could either be evenly spaced bars that raise up along the outer wall or perhaps even a glass wall that would raise up along the edge to keep from obscuring the view.  They key to this idea is that the boundary must be able to be raised or lowered anytime with the flip of a switch.  

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Mar 12 '12

Neil deGrasse Tyson - We Stopped Dreaming

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Mar 7 '12

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Feb 28 '12
"Boy, you got me confused with someone who repeats himself"

"Boy, you got me confused with someone who repeats himself"

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Feb 28 '12
Sorry for the lack of posts lately.  Things have been pretty busy.  I will try to get back to it and post at least once a week.  

Sorry for the lack of posts lately.  Things have been pretty busy.  I will try to get back to it and post at least once a week.  

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