Stealing an idea from Kat’s 365, I’m going to see how far I get with counting. We begin with one cat, the Parker, who is also one-of-a-kind.
Thank you Adam for having a birthday, and to Amy for picking a tasty place less than a mile from my house.
I will definitely be adding this to my Kitchen Science repertoire. Thank you, MIT SWE members for showing it to me today!
Some trains have a dining car, some have a quiet car. The commuter rail sometimes has this.
I suspect the sign was hung this morning because it was perfectly comfortable this afternoon.
OK, look closely now. How many of the objects on and around my desk are not on your desk? I’m going to guess most of them…
This is what snow should be like. Light, fluffy, just enough to cover the landscape and make it pretty, all of which make it easy to shovel.
This is Sal. She is a Black and White Tegu Lizard. Her tongue is difficult to photograph because it’s always in motion. She’s cool.
why bother creating a real product that has the same name and look as its fictional counterpart, but is not, in fact, that product…? I mean if you’re going to do it….do it.
there were several of these ceramic women in a display case at work, but it got deinstalled, and now they are scattered randomly about the back offices. I don’t know if any of the others are holding their right fingers in their left hand, or if any of the others are wearing monkey masks. But both those features make this one particularly creepy.