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Mallory Parker
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My passion for trains has led to this...the conductor will punch your ticket shortly after we leave, and you are reminded not to flush while the train is in the station.  All aboard!
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This was the first page I ever published on the web - it literally just came back from the dead  - nothing on the Internet ever really goes away....
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More evidence of cannabis benefits...read this, you should
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Inquiring minds want to know...
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Two minutes of your life?  Can you spare them to learn something important?
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And we have been splitting infinitives ever since!
Today in 1966: "Star Trek" (The Original Series) debuted in the U.S. on NBC. 

The original U.S.S. Enterprise model used in the TV show is on display at the Museum in Washington, DC. It will boldly go on its next adventure and off display mid-September 2014 to undergo preparations for display in the "Boeing Milestones of Flight Hall" in 2016.

More about this model: http://bit.ly/1xAJud5

#StarTrek   #boldlygo  
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Keep looking up!  It's amazing!
Look Up! It's International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN), an annual event encouraging people to 'look up' and take notice of the moon. In this image, the brightly lit metropolitan areas of Torino (Italy), Lyon, and Marseille (both in France) stand out amidst numerous smaller urban areas. The full moon reflects brightly on the water surface and also illuminates the tops of low patchy clouds over the border (center). This image was taken by a crew member aboard the International Space Station on April 28, 2010. Crew members orbiting Earth frequently collect images that include sunglint, or sunlight that reflects off a water surface at such an angle that it travels directly back towards the observer. Sunglint typically lends a mirror-like appearance to the water surface. During clear sky conditions reflected light from the moon can produce the same effect (moon glint) as illustrated in this view. The observer was looking towards the southeast at an oblique viewing angle at the time the image was taken; in other words, looking outwards from the station, not straight down towards Earth.

Image Credit: NASA

#InOMN #nasa #spacestation #earth #moon #iss

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It's FOOTBALL season - the roar of the fans, the chill in the air - and the garbage that passes for ads on TV these days.  Come in and watch as I slice, dice and eviscerate modern advertising, and the idio... anywho, welcome to the egress.  Make yourself at home.  Stay a while.
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New post...waiting for more medical stuff to be scheduled - so here are some random ponderings from the wanderings.
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East meets west...and chaos ensues
I grew up on the right coast, somewhere about the middle.  New Jersey, to be exact.  I have very fond memories of the 60's and even into the early 70's of the beaches, being in the water, down the shore.  The pines were vast, silent, creepy expanses of poss...
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