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Thought Of The Day!

Posted: September 8th, 2010 | Author: | Tags: | 2 Comments »

“Extreme” trucks and SUVs that seem to be all over the place now:

I get the air intake tubes you’ve got growing out of the grill.

But can’t you fit the cooler inside the truck somewhere?


Thought of the Day!

Posted: May 14th, 2010 | Author: | Tags: , | No Comments »

Like a rock! (Not my actual car)


Today, I was driving home from work and I was thinking,

my car has almost 57,000 miles on it, and I haven’t had it in for a checkup in over a year (about 20,000 miles later…). I should do that soon.

But then I thought:

Wait a minute… I haven’t had a physical in over *6* years.

And I’m worried about taking my car in for a checkup? That’s messed up.

The moral here: our bodies should come with 100,000 mile warranties.


Thought Of The Day!

Posted: May 10th, 2010 | Author: | Tags: , , , | 1 Comment »

Captain Hook would be terrified...
The world spins at approximately 1,038 miles per hour, completing a full rotation in the span of one day, or 24 hours. But really, it doesn’t, ’cause time is man-made, and though the world spins, it doesn’t know how fast it’s spinning. It’s just meant to do that. Time is a device we use to stay sane and coordinate actions and keep everybody on the same page. And while Greenwich is the agreed-upon center of time, the world doesn’t know that either. There’s no one area on the planet where time is controlled, or anchored, or spawns from. So my thought of the day is this:

What exactly are “atomic clocks” syncing with?

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