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Sean Archer
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Pretty hilarious, and makes me want to try one. Not buy one, necessarily, but try? Definitely.
 
Tesla Model S P85D | Fully Charged
'I hate fairground rides.' says an old man who had just experienced rapid acceleration in a powerful electric car.
There's also rather a lot of beeep-ing due to a loss of control of what my American friends describe as my 'potty mouth.'
This car is nothing short of painfully spectacular, a moment's reflection on how far the electric car has come in the last 10 years.
From G-Whiz to Jee.....zuss! That's too fast! I can't breathe!
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Never forget.
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A study in contrasts
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+Sean Archer I know!

What's worst is if yoh drive past it on LSD and the fountain is going and I manage to sing the song every time! At least its a Frank Sinatra song. 
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I always like these guys best when they're doing their own stuff. This is a lo-fi vid compared to their recent videos. No projectors or fancy stuff, which is great. Dig it. 
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Thank you, teacher.
Thank you, friend.
Thanks you, master of the held high note with just the right amount of pain. Not so much that you drown in it, and just enough that you know you'll see the other side.
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Finally doing some sketches that I actually like for the second Milo book. This is Milo (and Hank! Woo-hoo!) meeting a weather scientist who claims to know everything there is to know about storms. Hank is dubious. #WIP   #sketchbook  
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Looking for a meditation assist? Try this. You can change the frequency in the top left hand corner to coincide with your breath. Then tune-in, and focus, and let it all fall away. #meditation  
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The second verse of the unplugged version takes a good song and makes it unforgettable. You go back and listen to the studio version and it just doesn't cut it anymore.
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+Sean Archer i feel ya on the unplugged version being better, man.
But I feel like that for every Seattle band who did an unplugged performance. I much prefer the unplugged sound for these bands.
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This is a 3D model I'm working on of the body of a ukulele based on the Ultimate Nullifier. It's the weapon that the Fantastic Four use to scare off Galactus. I'm pretty happy with it so far.
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Not bad for only downloading the app today, huh? Min, I'll probably need your help with getting the fretboard to work. I think it's just a line drawing that I downloaded.

Made with 123D Design! Visit
http://www.123Dapp.com/design
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Great stuff!
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Dat Smirk Tho.

Here's the thing. When I saw the Rand Paul "Right to healthcare = slavery" quote initially, I was skeeved out that he would be so intentionally obtuse. But now that I've watched the exchange, and I've seen the response from Bernie, with Rand smirking next to him, I can't help but think he's just having a laugh with the whole thing. I mean, it's all political theatre, and Rand was likely playing to his "John Galt" base, but in this case, I think he really was playing a part in some respect for Bernie. That of the mustache-twirling bad guy. Maybe he really is that obtuse, but I kinda don't think so. I think it's all show to get both sides worked up, and it worked. Bernie used him, and he used Bernie. They were both the boogeyman for their respective sides. If only the sides weren't all just people who are getting bent over the table. 
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I just happened to wear my That Conference shirt on the day when they announced I'll be speaking this year. How cool is that? https://www.thatconference.com/speakers/speaker/SeanArcher I'll be speaking with my friend +Min Maung and teaching your kids about 3D printing, then the kids will be competing to design a 3D printed stamp of their own. 
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"Make my friend into Wonder Woman, please." Done. 

Commissions are still open. You can sign up for one here: 
Large: http://milothecloud.storenvy.com/products/13075818-large-commissioned-characters
or Small: http://milothecloud.storenvy.com/products/12898426-commissioned-characters
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"This time it would work, and no one would have to get nailed to anything."
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Singer, comic strip artist, designer, and maker of small things you might put in your pocket and then pull out later to remind you that you too wanted to make things once, and why haven't you dreamed that dream lately?  Is it because time really is short?  Is it because your stress level is too high at work?  Is it maybe because you stopped whispering to yourself in the dark that your ideas were worth idea-ing?

http://www.milothecloud.com

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This is a great place to find a treasure. Paul, Julie, and Mary are all so helpful and friendly, and there's always something hiding here that's worth a look. I picked up some art that looks fantastic in my home, and a sink for our guest bath. They've been in the area for what must be 20 years now. I used to visit them when they were on Montgomery Road, and this place is cozier. A true must-visit in Ellicott City.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I love this store. They rock, and they're really sweet peeps. I don't get why someone would say it's a rough neighborhood though. It's totally not. It's freakin' Ukrainian Village. There's a lot of old Ukrainian folks there. Ignore that. It's totally safe there. Go at night and visit for a gallery opening, to see something new. Ask if they have Milo the Cloud. They'll know what you mean. You want one. I promise.
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