Category Archives: Wayfinding

The End of the World as We Know It

Yes friends, tonight is the fateful night when the winter solstice arrives. Checking the Wikipedia page for the Solstice, it will officially arrive at 11:12 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time on Dec. 21st, a.k.a. 3:12 a.m. tomorrow morning. So if you … Continue reading

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Signs of Life Found on Mars

As some of you may have heard, “organic compounds,” carbon-based, have now been found on the planet Mars!!!!! That is THE big news that the Mars team in a bunch of news stories was so excited about over the past … Continue reading

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The Gentle Transition

This post is in response to a post over at Original Skrip: What the video in Original Skrip’s post doesn’t cover is that a return to a purely gold-based system is not reasonable because everything is presently devalued to nothing. … Continue reading

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Exmormon Conference Weekend

Ug, I’ve been so swamped with other things that I’ve not gotten to blogging, but I keep getting all these great blogging ideas. This hot second though it’s Exmormon Conference Weekend! Someone dancing in their seat on the bus in … Continue reading

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Love

My life has basically been a whole bunch quests to put puzzle pieces together. My latest puzzle I just finished was figuring out what “love” means. I more or less did a study of the dictionary definitions, and coupling them … Continue reading

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Gardening and X-Day

Cruising down the highway of life, everything is the wellest, especially here in Pomona. My vegetable garden is coming along. I’ve got some big squash plants (zucchini, crooked necked yellow, pumpkin, and cucumber) all chugging along, though no fruit quite … Continue reading

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Wanderings

When everything is the wellest, what else is one to do? Here are some wonderful, interesting things: POLYSYLLABIC HUMOUR. Greek polú(s), many, much, sullabḗ, that which holds together. The use of long words instead of simple short ones for amusing … Continue reading

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Turning Water into Wine

From Ninin Ga Shinobuden, v.3, p.31, available at Funny Business on Garey Avenue.    And there were set there six waterpots of stone, after the manner of the purifying of the Jews, containing two or three firkins apiece.    Jesus … Continue reading

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The Quantum Computer and Cold Fusion have Arrived

Friends, the quantum computer and cold fusion have finally arrived. It’s the wellest! Okay, so I’m blogging about science stuff, but it’s pretty cool and exciting! First off, they have finally built a quantum computer that is supposed to be … Continue reading

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Progress Is Our Middle Name

I was goofing off last night with a housemate, watching YouTubes, looking at adorable pictures on cuteoverload.com, and drinking many, many glasses of wine, and while doing so, ze showed me a YouTube that pretty much blew me away. It … Continue reading

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