flight of fancy on a windswept field

 

yeah I got nothin’

Yes… I’m lame this week (well, all weeks, really). It’s crunch time here at my work and there isn’t much pool going on.

 

 

reading links
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« T A L L »
A color-coded map of the world’s most and least emotional countries
Since 2009, the Gallup polling firm has surveyed people in 150 countries and territories on, among other things, their daily emotional experience.
« V E N T I »
The Coldscape
More than three-quarters of the food consumed in the United States today is processed, packaged, shipped, stored, and sold under artificial refrigeration.
« T R E N T A »
Can a Jellyfish Unlock the Secret of Immortality?
The “immortal jellyfish” can transform itself back into a polyp and begin life anew.
« T R E N T A »
The Autism Advantage
If his parents threw out a date — Dec. 20, 1997, say — he could name, almost instantly, the day of the week (Saturday). And, far more usefully for his family, who live near Copenhagen, Lars knew the train schedules of all of Denmark’s major routes.

 

 

thanks a lot

Some social media thing going ’round has people posting one thing they are thankful for each day in November. Okay, fine. Let’s see if I can actually finish this bit of foofaraw.

28. Internet
As an occasional insomniac, this is my medication of choice.
29. REM sleep
Dreams, duh.
30. Today
And you should be, too.

 

 

in case you missed it

TAR 30 has been announced: Darren Appleton (GBR) vs Shane Van Boening (USA). Races to 25, best 2 of 3 sets, 10-ball. Aww yeah.

 

 

aww back to work now

8 Replies to “flight of fancy on a windswept field”

  1. I love the autism article. My nephew is autistic, and I’m always amazed at some of the things he excels at. It’s nice to see something that can have a negative connotation be seen in a positive light. Thanks!

    1. Warm fuzzies! I agree — some autistic people have amazing skills and I’m glad someone is finding ways to utilize those abilities. 🙂

    1. Thank you for reading! I know… those thanking things get old real quick. But, it’s good for me to remind myself to be happy. And you all get to come along for the therapy ride.

  2. If you ever find yourself aimlessly wandering around the east coast, stop in Baltimore. They have an outstanding aquarium in the Inner Harbor area of the city. I think you would like it.

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