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Monthly Archive for March, 2006

Every once in awhile I come across a site that I find interesting, but my mere interest in the site leads me down a train of thought that makes me ponder why it’s interesting to me, and what that says about me.Case in point: unless you live under a rock (or any rural community), you’ve [...]

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Updated SPINNING.

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Daniel Wright is a standup comic who gets his material by looking at new patents filed at the USPTO and making fun of them, keeping track of the best on his blog, Patently Silly. Recent patents include the “Water Skipping Article Incorporating Elliptical Outline and Hollowed Interior Core,” a.k.a. “skipping rock.” Other items include the [...]

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Whoever invented this, well, I don’t think that they’ve ever shot a deer. Whoever buys this, well, I don’t think that they would be married for long. What do you guys think of the “Trophy Deer Light”?

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It’s nice to accomplish feats every once in a while that most people would find improbable. This is something that I try to do from time to time…like spraining my ankle while running on a treadmill (for example). I’ve never had good luck with my ankles (small feet, big frame), although my anatomy can’t be [...]

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This is the coolest thing I’ve come across in awhile. Look for this in an upcoming episode of “24″…Defense Update spots an Israeli surveillance tool that I hadn’t heard of before: a rifle-mounted, sensor-filled projectile called “Smart Arrow.” Shoot it into a wall, and a “video camera is activated, sending live images from the target [...]

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