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(no subject) [Apr. 5th, 2012|08:45 pm]
GUINEA PIGS. guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig guinea pig.
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(no subject) [Nov. 24th, 2010|10:40 am]
Currently posting on two big fan journals about how the Buffy the Vampire Movie Reboot without Joss Whedon is a good thing.  Because he cannot write female characters.

Starting flame wars is kinda fun!
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(no subject) [Jul. 21st, 2010|02:07 pm]
President John F. Kennedy: "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth." - 1961

July 20th, 1969: Apollo 11's mission to the Moon. Commander Neil Armstrong, who was able to see that the pre-designated landing site would not work, eyeballs a landing in the 'Eagle' lunar module with only seconds of fuel left. The time was 20:17 UTC (or about 4pm EST). "The Eagle has landed"

July 21, 1969: (or about 10:40pm July 20th for those on the east coast) Neil Armstrong opens the hatch of the Eagle and begins down the ladder. His transmission is seen around the world, as 600 million people hear his famous words: "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."

This monumental event was indeed a milestone for not just science, but for the world itself. It signifies the moment that mankind as a whole stepped away from our safe, pale blue dot, and entered the larger universe. It was the time that, even though we were competing against the Russians, we cast aside the animosity and left these words behind on the lunar surface:

"Here Men From The Planet Earth First Set Foot Upon the Moon, July 1969 A.D. We Came in Peace For All Mankind."

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(no subject) [May. 3rd, 2010|10:42 am]

I've got five days till I leave for the ISEF in CA! There is so much work I have to doooooooooo...
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Writer's Block: First and only [May. 1st, 2010|11:42 am]

Is there a film that you think is perfect in its original form and should never be remade?

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(no subject) [May. 1st, 2010|11:30 am]
On my way to the Mass. State Science and Engineering Fair, and I'm on the train up to South Station in Boston. It has free Wi-Fi! Score! This means I can do alot more work here than I thought.
Hopefully everyone will do well today. I feel like a parent a bit now, like these are my kids competing in the fair, and I'm really doting on them about it. It's a strange feeling.
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(no subject) [Apr. 27th, 2010|10:26 am]
Bleh, I'm so tired. I feel as though I didn't get any sleep these past two nights. I think I may actually take a nap when I get home from work.
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(no subject) [Apr. 5th, 2010|10:31 am]
I feel like crap today.
Sore throat is the worst.
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A state-of-not-so-emergency [Mar. 31st, 2010|10:33 am]
So yesterdays, and the day before's, and the day before that's, rain has left RI and MA in a state of emergency(as I'm sure you are aware). It pretty much sucks, roads closed, sewer not operational (that means no flushing!), etc.

BUT there is a silver lining to this dark cloud: Trans-Siberian Orchestra is still performing their Beethoven's Last Night 2010 Concert! I bought my tickets weeks ago for this opening night concert and it is finally here. And thank goodness it is not canceled due to the state-of-emergency declaration.
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(no subject) [Jul. 10th, 2009|12:49 pm]
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