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#‎3dprinting‬ has sent me back to my childhood in the 1960s. Cancel meetings, my day is booked. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:252162
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The external hold-down ears were not present on the originals. 
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+Paul Barden took this 3hr pinhole exposure of the eastern sky a couple days ago.  On developing the film, we spotted, just below the sun on the right, what I presume to be a day time meteor!  An airplane would not have shown up in a 3hr exposure.  A meteor is the only explanation that I can find.
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I didn't intend to state Iridium as the sole LEO. It could be a another man-made object that has lost its orbit. Still, a very awesome photograph. 
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every so often, something really amazing blooms in our greenhouses; Bulbophyllum Elizabeth Anne 'Buckleberry':
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+Tony Berno this particular specimen has 3 more Bloom spikes on the way they should all be in the room at once
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perhaps one of the strangest blooms we've ever had in our greenhouses: Coryanthes macrantha 
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I should add that there's bondage involved as well, this is a kinky plant. In the process the bee gets trapped in the "bucket" for half an hour or so and then let go. 
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Things I can find: any document issued to me in the last 40 years. Things I cannot find: anything that starts a car or corrects my vision.
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It's why I have a gazillion pairs of spectacles and always have my keys in the front right pocket of my Levi's :D
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Amtak has utterly failed.  Paul & I got up at 4:30am to drive to Albany to catch the 6:10am train to Portland from Eugene.  Two minutes before the train was to arrive, they changed the estimate to 50 minutes late.  Two minutes before that arrival time, they added another 50 minutes to the estimate.  Now, three hours from the originally scheduled arrival time, they just say service is disrupted and there is no estimate at all for an arrival time.   The origin of the train is only 40 miles south of here.

We've cancelled the trip and fortunately, having lost a train is within their policy for a full refund. 
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I took the train from SF to LA way back in the 70s. It cost about the same as flying and It sounded fun. I was amazed that train goes alongside the ocean for much of the trip. It was quite beautiful. But then that brownie helped too.
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My first ever review of my first ever gallery show - from the Corvallis Advocate: http://www.corvallisadvocate.com/2016/fresh-exhibits-at-june-arts-walk/
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Well done :)
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"The Amazing Six Month Journey" my first gallery show, June 16 - July 20, Pegasus Gallery, Corvallis, OR.
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I wish I could see it.
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The crescendo of stress began months ago, culminating on Wednesday. As if in the eye of the storm, about 20min before i was to begin, I calmed down. This video was the result. It ended with a standing ovation and my bewilderment over all the attention. I'm home now and I can stop pretending to be an extrovert.

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You mentioned living in a yurt in Oregon.  What do you do for broadband?
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The pollen is really getting me down. Does someone make a HEPA burka? I'd wear one.
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Manual cleaning, no. Humans don't maintain stuff. Make it automatic: electrostatic sequestration and neutralisation of air contaminants, with residuals routed directly to central waste disposal.
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