Monthly Archives: January 2010

Stuck in a rut

Really, it’s stuck in a sand trap technically. After six years of exploring the surface of Mars, five years and nine months longer that it’s original 90 day mission, NASA has now  has now redesignated the Spirit rover a “Stationary Research … Continue reading

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Do you still remember

Sometimes it really seems like a lot of Americans have a short memory. Twelve days ago, a massive earthquake devastated Haiti and killed, by current estimates, as many as 250,000 people, not even counting those who may die during the painfully slow … Continue reading

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Republicans suck!

Now that I have your attention, so do Democrats, Libertarians, and just about every other organized political party out there. This is not some sort of anarchist rant. None of us actually fit into the sometimes ridiculous molds cast as part of … Continue reading

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Rescuing Haiti

On Tuesday, a massive earthquake hit the nation of Haiti and, as current reports indicate, essentially wiped it out. Tens or hundreds of thousands of people have been killed, and hundreds of thousands or millions of people are now without … Continue reading

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Coffee: Coffee has been roasted

My apologies to everyone who has been waiting to buy coffee from me. It turns out that my roastery is not heated at the current time, so I am at the will of the temperature as to when I can and can’t roast. Hopefully, this problem will be resolved soon enough. In the mean time, […] Continue reading

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