Monthly Archives: December 2009

Tradizio

Whilst researching the Basque language and tradition for my recent “Contemporary European Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict” (or essentially, “genocide, civil war, and terror in Europe recently”) history course, I found a delightful article that detailed a New Year’s tradition I … Continue reading

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The Coming of the Terrans

I want that guy’s battle axe, but I do not want his outfit.

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Netflix is stalking me

A few months back, Netflix started allowing streaming for PS3. Instead of having the whole library available, the interface allows the user to browse their queue and a few “Taste Preferences” selected by Netflix. Amongst my listed taste preferences: Contemplative … Continue reading

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The Green Hills of Earth

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Whales

I made these whales in 2007 while I was going to PSU. The first one took about 3 hours, and my light source (the sun) kept shifting, but I really like how it came out. The second was a project … Continue reading

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An Exaltation of Stars

Somebody, please tell me how to pronounce ‘Kjwalll’kje’k’koothaïlll’kje’k.

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Peppernuts

Every year around Christmas, my Grandma used to make peppernuts for the whole family–that’s a gallon bag for each of her eleven kids (to share with their own friends and families, of course). They’re these crunchy little cookies, and their … Continue reading

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