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Dave Wurtsmith
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 I like that they don't use long, complicated sentences and wiggle-words to describe what's going on behind the scenes; they talk to the viewer like a normal person.
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So Africa contains a LOT of valuable natural resources. The problem has been, historically, that they're found in places which are inconvenient for white people to access. What's the solution? A massively irresponsible river-damming program which fundamentally reshapes the whole face of the African continent, to make the interior accessible by oceangoing vessels.

Guys. Someone actually thought this would be a good and morally justifiable thing that we could do to a continent. Someone actually hoped to do this IN THE REAL WORLD AND NOT JUST AS A JOKE AT ENGINEER PARTIES.
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Honestly... I just realize this now...
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Colleen, I saw this on DeviantArt, and I knew I had to tell you about it.
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Oh man, Google better watch out, or Bird Flight Media might overtake them in the advertising market with their bold new concept: ads attached to real live birds!
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In honor of Pączki Day, here's a video about Poland.

I want you to think about the fact that just about EVERY COUNTRY IN EUROPE (or the world, for that matter) has had its' borders change at least this much in the last thousand years. Some of them even disappeared entirely!
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That was a good video and I liked the dramatic music! But I wish there were more explanation of what was causing the border shifts, particularly at the end when the colors changed.
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Did you know that wearing cotton in sub-zero temperatures can kill you? It wicks away sweat, and your body-heat with it.
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Come on, guys.
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Another very wise observation from Calvin.
 
This is my favorite Calvin and Hobbes strip. It's both sad and beautiful.
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  • Genpact
    Ad Operations Associate, 2011 - present
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I'm a storyteller at heart. I love novels, short stories, movies, graphic novels, comic books, video games, plays, dances, and every other way that you can tell a story.
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Four-time entrant and two-time winner of National Novel Writing Month.
Education
  • Eastern Michigan University
    Literature, Language, and Writing, 2005 - 2010
I bought a samurai-sword umbrella here, and it's been the best umbrella I've ever bought. I thought it was mostly going to be a novelty, and I was aware that it might turn out to be more funny than practical. Fortunately, my fears were unfounded. Even after a year of use, it still gets me lots of compliments (and second looks on the street), and it's a very sturdy piece of hardware to boot.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A friend of mine introduced me to these guys a few years ago, and I've called them for every repair I've needed ever since. Even though nowadays I live in the next town over, I still make the trek over to Ypsi every few months, just to leave my car with these guys. I really like bringing my car here. They do the work quickly, and they always seem glad to see me. The owner even recognizes my voice when I call in!
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reviewed a year ago
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We took a group of about twenty people down to the range, as part of a "Hunger Games" premier party, and the folks at Adams Archery were incredibly helpful and generous to us. They stayed open late, on a Saturday night, just for us, and they even brought in extra instructors to handle our unusually large group of archery-noobs, at no extra charge. When we actually went to the counter to pay them, the price they asked per person was three dollars less than the price we had agreed to! When I tried to pay the full amount, the lady at the counter refused to take it for herself, and instead put it into the donation box for their Junior Olympic Archery Development Program (or JOAD). I've never been to an archery range before, but if I ever take it up as a serious hobby, this will be my venue of choice, and I will strongly recommend it to anyone who's interested in the sport.
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