Posts Tagged: Saturday Morning Links

Saturday Morning Links

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So winter finally showed up in Des Moines this week. It’s been a nice run, what with temperatures in the 50s, but yesterday it barely got above 20, and I’ve been looking for a tauntaun to slaughter and climb inside of ever since.

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Saturday Morning Links

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So two days ago, I walked to work in the snow. Flurries–it didn’t stick except on the grass in the shade–but snow nonetheless, enough for my 8-year old self living in Big Branch, Louisiana to crap himself in glee to see.

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Saturday Morning Links

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Happy Saturday everyone! The splint is off, the coffee is hot, the English Premier League is streaming on my second screen, and I’m starting a new job on Monday.

Look at these photos from inside the Fukushima Nuclear Plant.

It’s crazy that 90% of computer users don’t know about ctrl+f for finding things, and it’s cool that Google has something called a “search anthropologist.”

This is an important part of our nation’s history, and it should be a part of the National Park System.

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Good morning from Iowa! Yes, I have relocated from one place of blistering heat and humidity to a midwest in the middle of a heatwave with BONUS! a real winter to boot. Stay tuned for posts about my attempts to learn to shovel snow (or learn to bribe a neighborhood kid to shovel snow for me) as the year continues.

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This time next week, I’ll be living in Des Moines, Iowa. Anyone want to help me unload a truck?

I had some minor food allergies as a kid, and I carried an inhaler back when that sort of shit got you beaten up in grade school, but Sandra Beasley has it way worse.

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This week for me contains both Mardi Gras and Spring Break. Unfortunately, my hangovers hurt too badly these days for me to give this convergence the honor it deserves.

This is one of those stories that’s utterly unsurprising when you hear it, but it’s nice to know all the same.

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