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eat me drink me

I dragged out my 20 year old Kitchenaid to make a cake for a friend. Even though I haven’t used it in ages, I still think the classic Kitchenaid is as vital an object as a toaster. If i had to buy one today I couldn’t afford it. But If i wanted one it certainly […]

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Schrödinger’s cat is dead

Tshirt from Splitreason.com Election recounts are a real world demonstration of the Schrödinger’s cat theory. The ballots are cast, but the result doesn’t become reality until you count them. The original machine count had a spread of 28 votes, the recount increased it to 34. Things did not go as planned for my guy. It […]

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lickin dickens chapter by chapter

Charles Dickens were he alive would be 200 and probably dead. The reason i remembered this..well actually i didn’t remember it, I read it on the Guaradian.UK’s Charles Dickens a 200 webpage, I am sure that tiny island will lose it’s mind next year celebrating this event. From what i can see American children used […]

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respite

The swift whack to the side of the head that winter gave us has receded. Giving me enough nice weather to put my warm weather projects aside and dig out the stuff i need to keep myself busy through the winter. I have been known to suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, which ranges from puttering […]

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tisket a tasket

it’s late…or early depending on your point of view and i am doing something dangerous. I am crusing ebay for no damn good reason whatsoever. I am actually indulging a whimsy to do some window shopping for picnic baskets.. i don’t need one and don’t have any intention of buying one. I’m only one person […]

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let it snø

It snowed…a lot for this early in the year….a hell of a lot for October. A good portion of the city was without of power today…i am spoiled i was only without my internet. But I made do with a lot of old movies..Roger Corman’s the Raven, Val Lewton’s Leopard Man, Bride of Frankenstein….that sort […]

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Neil Gaiman overload

When I get around to it, I go through my list of Podcasts and catchup…Nerdist is one I listen to from time to time and it is ALWAYS worth the listen, being the geek that i am I usually enjoy it a lot. This interview with Neil Gaiman which takes place very soon after Gaiman’s […]

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Flag Hill Winery

went up to Flag Hill Winery with Abbott and Abbott. bought a LOT of sippin wine: North River Port • “New Hampshire’s first classic port. Aged in oak six years, this special port has qualities of black licorice, clove & layered almond, & balanced oak ending with a perfect amount of heat.” Blueberry Moon • […]

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