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Thursday, September 29, 2005

So, you want to know...

. . . a little bit more about Ann Arbor, MI?

Here are a few things I didn't know (according to wikipedia, at least).

---"The original Borders Books was opened on Ann Arbor's State Street in 1971 by brothers Tom and Louis Borders, and began operating other outlets around the region beginning in 1985. The Borders chain is still based in the city, as is its flagship store (although not in its original location). A little-known fact is that dogs are allowed inside the flagship store, and the cashiers have a stock of doggy treats for canine visitors. "

---"Domino's Pizza's headquarters are in Ann Arbor on Domino's Farms, a massive 271-acre, Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired complex in the northeastern portion of the city."


--- " Ave Maria School of Law, a Catholic institution established by Domino's Pizza cofounder Tom Monaghan, opened in northeastern Ann Arbor in 2000, although a new campus is under construction near Naples, Florida due to the school's conflicts with local zoning authorities."


Weird!!!

UTAH!

My parents told me about this a few nights ago. Ohhhh Utah!

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Cool Pictures of Stingrays

. . . leaping out of the water?

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

"Pournography" for you....

Although the "pournography" has the funniest name, all the other categories are cool, too.

Link via GeekPress.


Time for bed.

It's one thing to be benched . . .

. . . because you didn't follow the high school league rules about wearing shoes during the game. However, you'd think that you might think again if the player HAD NO LEGS. Not in Ohio.

It would be pretty embarassing . . .

. . . to get caught cheating like this.

Monday, September 26, 2005

Bumvertising??

"Currently, the highest concentration of Bumvertisements are being placed at the on and off ramps of I-5 at the 45th and 50th street exits. Please learn more about some of the Bumvertising campaign's most important assets at the gallery."

Link via Marginal Revolution.

Update on the Killer Dolphins!

Here's a U.S. Navy webpage giving significant credibility for the existence of the animals discussed in the link contained in my last post. The Navy uses Sea Lions, Killer Whales, Porpoises, Sharks, and Birds for various purposes too! I don't see anything immediately about the darts, but I'm certainly less skeptical now.

On the other hand, I am still unable to give an update on whether I am more terrified than I am euphoric.


Here's a teaser for the webpage . . .




By Far the Winner in the Insanity Contest

If these animals turn out to exist, I'm not sure whether I would be terrified or euphoric.

Sentencing in Spain

. . . 75,000 years . . .

Sunday, September 25, 2005

Breaking my promise...


... because drugging 17th Century British is funny.

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Pailon y Dailon

For a long long time, Pilon and I have said how it would be cool if she posted things to this blog. She hasn't made any post... so, I have updated my profile to include both of us and have decided not to post anything until Pilar writes something. She spent the past few days in Cuenca, Spain in the parties of that city. Unlike me, she doesn't have to go to classes yet. So, finally, we can expect a post from her. Good night!

Okay...

. . . some people in Budapest are weird too.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Fact: Parodies are NOT mammals!

A list of Real Ultimate Power Parodies is found here.



The original Real Ultimate Power that started it all is here.

People are Weird


Seriously weird: Police Reports.


Three decks above water. Posted by Picasa


This was a place in Fuengi that I wanted to take a picture of for my friend Ron back in Law School. I never took the picture, but Pilar sent me one!  Posted by Picasa


From Pilar's porch in Fuengirola--castle in the background. This was right before getting on the train to Madrid, so, two hours left with Pilar (pero venga, no hemos sido tan pesados.. no ibamos contando!!) Posted by Picasa


I look 12. Posted by Picasa


Feria de M´┐Żlaga. Posted by Picasa


Huge Huge boats in Puerto Banus. Posted by Picasa


Piluka (Pilar's mom) and me at dinner in Marbella. Ese americano!! Posted by Picasa


Marbeeeeeeeeellllaaa. Both pretty tan, but Pilar more. Posted by Picasa


Pilon scientist. Posted by Picasa


Im not sure if this will come out, but it's a video of the Michigan tradition where you throw people in the air a certain amount of times corresponding to the total number of points scored to that point. Posted by Picasa

Monday, September 19, 2005

Rehnquist and Old School





I saw this earlier on Penn's student newspaper, but had forgotten about it until VC reminded me of it.

Saturday, September 17, 2005

More Pictures

I finally got my financial aid package today so I was able to get a replacement cable for my camera. The following are a small sample of the hundreds of photos I have taken in the past month. The photos are in reverse chronology, beginning with the Michigan // N. Illinois game, going back to Fuengirola with Pilar, and finally, some pictures of being in El Escorial with Pilon. Enjoy.

Friday, September 16, 2005


This is what the marching band formed when they played the song "Margharitaville" Posted by Picasa


The games really are cool. Posted by Picasa


Tim Harringon, photograph taken by Ron for perspective. On the way to the game. Posted by Picasa


Airport. Posted by Picasa


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Hmm.. Posted by Picasa


Me gustan estas, aunk son de la ultima noche con mi bebe koalasaurio. Posted by Picasa


TEMDM. Posted by Picasa


Last night in Fuengi. Last night in Spain. Last night with Pilon. Posted by Picasa


Mola. Posted by Picasa


Sudando un pokito, eh! Posted by Picasa


Never could have been done without Pilon's help. Posted by Picasa


Packing. Posted by Picasa

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