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Are you hungry for the McAstro?

Original photo by: fossilmike (cc) In an unprecedented marketing coup, McDonald’s Corp. today announced that it will fund the next NASA shuttle launch. “This will be an outstanding achievement,” said McDonald’s Chief Executive James Skinner….


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More Sensitive Data Lost

Business At The Speed Of Stupid. Another major corporation, this time the multi-billion dollar Boeing, has hemorrhaged confidential data. A laptop holding personal information including social security numbers, home addresses, phone numbers, and birth dates…


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Come Out From Among Them

In Oregon, 150 people have agreed to a settlement with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland. Their lawsuits against the Church allege sexual abuse by priests. The U.S. District Judge in the case, Michael Hogan,…


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Improving Sports

Here are some suggestions for improving professional sports. The big problem with sports is that they consume too much time. But there are ways to fix that. We can also make them more enjoyable for…



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Using a Mac font on Linux

So you want to use a Mac font on a Linux workstation. But the font appears to have a zero byte size. And when you copy that zero byte file to your Linux machine, Linux…


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Broken Glass

Broken Glass June 15, 2006 I was experimenting with the idea of telling a story in a painting or at least getting the viewer to think about what he was viewing. I thought I would…


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Big Splash

I was playing with color and a few new brushes and this started to appear. I decided to title this painting Big Splash because it almost seems to come off the canvas at you. like…


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Man on Fire

I was doodling and playing around with different brushes and colors, truly experimenting, when this little man appeared on the canvas. The choice of colors appealed to me and I liked the effect of flames…


Why I Like Bats

Why I Like Bats (The Real Story)

It seems so unfair, that we cannot step into the air. That we with the biggest brains and thoughts profound are left here on the ground, looking up into the rain.