Monthly Archives: June 2009

Somewhat Accurate IMHO

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Exorcism Legal in GA

Exorcism Alive and Well in Gwinnett County, Georgia. At least, that is what the title of the news story should have been. A mother was charged with cruelty to children and false imprisonment when she used handcuffs, food and water … Continue reading

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Today in Pictures

Well, today in a Few Pictures: General Weirdness Broken Bag Feel free to talk amongst yourselves.

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Brick Workouts

I did a brick session today! “A what” you ask? When training for multisport, it’s important to combine those sports during training. That may sound obvious, but it’s more difficult than you might think. For example, it’s frowned upon to … Continue reading

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Anatomy Lesson: Multifidus

Today’s lesson in anatomy is the multifidus spinae, an important muscle you may never have heard of. It consists of a number of “fleshy and tendinous fasciculi, which fill up the groove on either side of the spinous processes of … Continue reading

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Get Fuzzy

Today’s Get Fuzzy is worth the 30 seconds.

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Fun New Interchange Designs

I’m working with CORSIM this week. It is a microsimulation traffic modeling software that can tell you from a stochastic standpoint how well the traffic is going to move on your proposed roadway after certain improvements are installed. One of … Continue reading

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New Career

Jenn thinks that the sweat staining on this shirt is indicative of my new job as Batman. Do you see it?

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Support the Morgan Falls Bridge!

The City of Sandy Springs, Georgia, has proposed a pedestrian bridge across the Chattahoochee River between Morgan Falls Park (Sandy Springs) and National Park Service land adjacent to Hyde Farm Cobb County). There is a public information meeting on June … Continue reading

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Life Equilibrium

As the saying goes, “Old Chemists never die, they merely reach equilibrium.” I think in some respects I’ve reached my new equilibrium with work/play/live/drive/run. As you’re probably aware, I and my entire office were laid off on March 31 of … Continue reading

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