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Another old doodle. Junker and front-end loader? I dunno.
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A day in the life of a Alaskan Native pop star. Mostly some footage of Sitka which is a pretty nice town. Also, illustrative of how internet connectivity can change the isolation often found in Alaskan towns. 

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I may have posted this before. But, if so, it's good enough to repeat. And, everyone should read the Iliad.

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Got my teapot, cups, tea towel and teas today. Going to bring them to work next week. The teas are 50 grams each of oolong: Wu Liang Mountain Gao Shan Oolong and Wu Yi Shan "Hua Xiang" Da Hong Pao Rock Oolong. Recommended by a friend. 
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Sunrise Seattle.
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Angry Skull. 'Cuz everyone needs an angry skull sometimes.
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A more abstract doodle from Statics. Trusses, machines, moment, and shear.
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The Last Blitzkreig Turn 4. I missed turn three but, during it the German 26th Infantry briefly captures Bastogne. Or, at least the 26ths Pioneer unit did only just in time for the 101st airborne to arrive and mostly surround it. Turn 4 begins with the 26th dispersing to form a screen between the 101st and the Lehr Panzers. The plan is for Lehr to follow the 2nd Panzer toward Houffalize. Unfortunately, a lone unit from the US 2nd Infantry stalls Lehr at Bourcy until it can be displaced. Upon successfully pushing the US unit back Lehr fails the roll for a second activation and ends just short of the 2nd Panzer who just barely reaches Houffalize. Meanwhile, the 5 FJ (mismanaged by me) fails to block the hole in the south around Wurtz which the US CCB10th uses to drive straight into the rear of the 26th and Lehr. The F. Gren Panzers reinforcing manage to make a valiant drive north but, not in time before the CCB 10th causes havok with the 26th Infantry's headquarters forcing it to retreat. I didn't follow much of what went down in the center and North but, you can see from the photo that there is a nice wall of reinforcing green markers across the North and into the middle. So, it looks like we managed to get no great breakouts in turn 4 and the US managed to get its reinforcements into the positions they needed to be in to dramatically slow the advance in turn 5. 
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This doodle was from Statics class.
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"Those cheering the deep state torpedoing of Flynn are saying, in effect, that a police state is perfectly fine so long as it helps to bring down Trump.

It is the role of Congress to investigate the president and those who work for him. If Congress resists doing its duty, out of a mixture of self-interest and cowardice, the American people have no choice but to try and hold the government's feet to the fire, demanding action with phone calls, protests, and, ultimately, votes. That is a democratic response to the failure of democracy.

Sitting back and letting shadowy, unaccountable agents of espionage do the job for us simply isn't an acceptable alternative.

Down that path lies the end of democracy in America."
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