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Today is groundbreaking day for America's first spaceport. Having recently seen Star Trek, that's all I can invision... a sort of Space Odessy 2001.. only more technologically advanced. And cooler (Space Odessy is the worst movie I have ever seen). I've always been a space nerd (geek?) so I was r...
06/18/2009
It seems like there's more politics and less racing in F1 these days. I've stuck to watching live commentary online instead of the actual race cause you can't go five minutes without hearing something about Bernie, Max, Ferrari or FOTA. I've found it interesting that the official F1 website has p...
06/18/2009
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I've got to say, the Red Sox aren't looking too shabby this year! We're currently three games up with our recent win last night against the Merlins (6-1) and the Yankees loss to Washington. I can't believe they lost to Washington, but I'll give a big high-five to the Nats! Tonight finishes the th...
06/18/2009
I found this graph site last month from one of my friends. Needless to say this is one of the sites that I visit almost daily just to see what type of graphs are put up. When I found this one I just had to share. I think it's pretty true, and I'm not even squeamish about spiders. Unless of course...
06/18/2009
Compliments of Fark and TripAdvisor: top ten weirdest hotels! And yes they are strange and kinda cool... and it makes me want to visit them, hahaha. The Ariau Jungle Towers in Brazil are at the top of my list. Staying a few nights at the top of the jungle just looks so wicked. Take a minute to ch...
06/17/2009
06/17/2009
A couple of days ago I was catching up on Twitter. An interesting Tweet came up from Eric_Urbane: what if rent were free? That's a really great point. How would you market your community if rent were free? Or the house you're selling is free? Why would people want to live in the place that you're...
06/17/2009
I had the past two days off and they were dreary and cold. Well, I say cold. I'm expecting to walk into a heat shield of 85o with 95% humidity down south. Instead the day I go into the city it's in the 60's and looks like it's going to pour any second. At least the rain is warm back home, unlike ...
06/17/2009
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06/17/2009
Wanting to break out of your usual work, eat, sleep routine this week? Check out some of the stuff going on in the city!   American Craft Beer Festival- June 19-20, tickets $40/session (2 total) Museum of Fine Arts- free tickets June 21 New England Clambake- cruise to Spectacle Island every Thurs...
06/16/2009
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