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Bullets vs. Stickers vs. Taggers

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Innovation in Design: Architectured Pinecone in France

“Looking a little like a giant white pinecone, the design for this new high-rise apartment building in Montpellier, France, uses strategically placed balconies and shades to give residents the maximum outdoor space without blocking views or taking up too much room on the ground.” more

France ArchetectureA very unique structure for sure. I can’t wait for a Jackie Chan action movie, where Chan is running and swinging from balcony to balcony chased by sinister forces.


WTF! No Way In Hell on the Shanghai Tower

As much as I am amazed by Vadim & Vitaliy daring, non-saftey gear climb…who in the hell built this tower is a good question too. I have trouble climbing my extension ladder to clean the gutters out.


Odd Fellow & Mental Health: La Isla de las Muñecas

Fanciful fun or mentally miss wired? Creepy visually and I wouldn’t go here if you’ve lost a child or your mind is impressionable. Many of the images are unsettling for some. I won’t be traveling to La Isla de las Muñecas ever.

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“Over fifty years ago, Don Julian Santana left his wife and child and moved onto an island on Teshuilo Lake in the Xochimilco canals. According to some, a young girl actually drowned in the lake, while most others, including his relatives, say Don Julian Santana merely imagined the drowned girl….In 2001 Don Julian Santana was found drowned in the same area in which he believed the little girl had died.” (Atlas Obscura) more here (X) for the creepy gluttons.

isla doll 1Speaking of mental health issues: overload, burnout, numbness, an inner voice beckoning, searching for the harmony….it isn’t found in the above (sorry to some for the exposure at all). The weather is moderating (knock on wood) and Springtime (even a false Spring) is right around the corner. Winter doldrums are quite burdensome right now for many.

“When spring came, even the false spring, there were no problems except where to be happiest. The only thing that could spoil a day was people and if you could keep from making engagements, each day had no limits. People were always the limiters of happiness except for the very few that were as good as spring itself.” 

Ernest Hemingway (A Moveable Feast)


Fire Rescue: What Would You Do?

apartment-fire-rescue_31-421x620Watch the slowly developing tension build across the way. Listen to those filming the incident as it unfolds in New York City. Video Here


Nik Wallenda’s High Wire Walk

Aerialist Nik Wallenda Crosses the Little Colorado R. Gorge Video

Aerialist Nik Wallenda crossed the Little Colorado River Gorge near the Grand Canyon on Sunday. The stunt took him about 1,500 feet above the river. It took him 22 minutes to cross the quarter-mile gorge. (the ad takes a few seconds, then the walk).


Bigfoot Study & DNA (Alleged Human Factor)

“A scientist in Texas is claiming to have sequenced the genome of Bigfoot, alias Sasquatch or Yeti. Researcher Melba Ketchum led a team of scientists in a five-year DNA study purporting to confirm the existence of the hominin hybrid species commonly referred to as Bigfoot. The findings of this study are not yet published and are currently undergoing peer review.” (x)

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TSA & The Really Big…well….. Carry On Gear?

Have you sensed the extra tension brought to your life while passing through airport security these days? Maybe it is just me. I was always excited to travel before. Now, I just have this elevated sense of anxiety and resentment to get past some bozo’s with an inflated sense of duty. Yes, yes….’just trying to protect you’….whatever. So speaking of inflated, imagine this ‘problem’ as Johan Falcon attempts to pass through airport security with his super schwantz taped to his thigh…apparently a record breaking appendage that freaked airport security. They can never be too careful or embarrassed.


So, this remotely segways into when you attempt to pass through airport security do you have a clear idea if reels, lines, flies, rods are acceptable for carry on? I would be interested if anyone has access to a definitive statement on the transporting, as carry on, of fly fishing’s basic implements. I have read varied opinions re this and have had varied responses at airports. Flies ‘yes’…flies ‘no’ for example.


Who Knew? Silly String Possession and Possession with Intent to Use?

With all the things our poor government has to worry about: smashed pumpkins, candy wrappers everywhere, punks robbing little ones of their NERDS, toilet paper in trees, it is good to see the clarification re Silly String. Yes, for that one night a year, Silly String is in deed as illegal as heroin. 

Los Angeles, California (Is it illegal everyday, or just for that time period...a better, more expensive sign is in order, to clarify the issue)


Fly Fishing Trip to Chile???

A good friend of mine is planning an extensive fly fishing trip to Chile with friends. In light of the recent quakes and volcanic activity, I figured I would add this interesting site to the mix…I did find another site, but it was primarily focused on the UFO’s that have been seen escaping from inner earth via the volcanos, as even they (the aliens) seem to know what calamity lays ahead. So instead I offer up this:

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Scientists warn half of Chile’s active volcanoes could erupt in the near future

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