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(Curtis) Alan Jackson

(Curtis) Alan Jackson

I used to have some clever words here. ["iphwin" on the IMs.]
Big cold front brings first chance of “snowflakes” in Mid-Atlantic mountains this weekend -
PM Update: Some late night fog, and a terrific Thursday; Hurricane Edouard from a drone -
Southern France trying to dry out after 10 inches of rain in three hours -
Warm September was driest since 2007 in D.C.; 4th driest on record at Dulles -
Midnight Scoop - The Easiest Way to Scoop Hard Ice Cream by Michael Chou — Kickstarter -
Midnight Scoop - The Easiest Way to Scoop Hard Ice Cream by Michael Chou — Kickstarter
Midnight Scoop - The Easiest Way to Scoop Hard Ice Cream by Michael Chou — Kickstarter
"Everyone has been scooping ice cream wrong! Current ice cream scoops are designed in a way that forces you to use weak wrist joints to scoop ice cream. When you are scooping ice cream with standard ice cream scoops, you are doing a prying motion. This prying motion puts tremendous amounts of stress on your weak wrist joints. Your brain then tries to save your wrists by not letting you pry very hard--thus making scooping ice cream very difficult." - (Curtis) Alan Jackson from Bookmarklet
Sounds pretty awesome. Too bad I want one of the exclusive Kickstarter Green ones that won't be delivered until March 2015. I'm fairly patient but not six months patient. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
I'm a sucker. I just pledged for a green one. :) (waiting for my Reading Rainbow Kickstarter goodies and my Tabletop Season 3 Indiegogo goodies has prepared me for the patience of waiting for this scoop) - Hookuh Tinypants
Holy crap $156000 pledged already - Steve C Team Marina
Clearly we are big fans of easy-to-scoop ice cream. :D - Hookuh Tinypants
The Very Best Scrapbookers – 2014 | Printicular -
The Very Best Scrapbookers – 2014 | Printicular
"Want to turn your picture-perfect memories into an eye-popping masterpiece? We’ve scoured the net for the “best-of-the-best” scrapbookers with ideas to help you do just that." - (Curtis) Alan Jackson from Bookmarklet
"Kathryn Krieger - Tip-top, hop-of-scotch scrapbooking, with great tutorials too!" - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
While I have never heard of this particular site, they put my wife's site on their list with some other well-known (web famous) scrapbookers and papercrafters. :) - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Weather Channel announces winter storm names, reigniting debate over their value -
Quietest Atlantic Hurricane Season Since 1986 -
Tethercell | Uncrate -
Tethercell | Uncrate
"Keep track of all your battery-powered toys and devices with the Tethercell. This brilliant, app-connected add-on works with any device that takes AA batteries. You simply replace one of the AAs with the Tethercell, which has a AAA cell loaded inside. Once connected to the app, you'll be able to remotely turn your battery-powered stuff on and off, set device schedules and timers, get alerts when the batteries are running low, and, soon, even find Tethercell'd devices via a proximity function — so you'll never have to dig for the TV remote again." - (Curtis) Alan Jackson from Bookmarklet
D.C. area forecast: Some fog and sun before Friday front threatens showers -
PM Update: Chance of rain tonight, mostly cloudy on Wednesday; Fall colors seen from space -
The Aral Sea was once the fourth largest lake in the world. Watch it dry up. -
This isn’t snow: Severe storms blanket Denver, Colorado area with hail -
Yup. - Joe
Photos: Wonderful weather for a weekend in Williamsburg -
QuikSCAT's Replacement, the RapidScat Ocean Wind Sensor, Installed on Space Station -
‘Rapid refresh’ weather model to aid severe storm tracking -
Lack of warning in Japan’s Mt. Ontake volcano eruption raises questions -
D.C. area forecast: Pleasantly warm through Friday with crisp and cooler weekend ahead -
PM Update: A few evening showers, mainly east, then a mild Tuesday; Snow in the mountains -
70 years ago, hurricane hunters got their start in the Great Atlantic Hurricane of 1944 -
Ohio State marching band pays tornado tribute to Wizard of Oz in halftime show -
The fingerprint of climate change on the California drought, extreme weather in 2013 -
Beautiful photos of the weekend’s much-adored summer comeback -
Invest 97L Spinning Near Bermuda; Phanfone a Potential Threat to Japan -
D.C. area forecast: Shower chance today, then another week of mostly stand-out weather -
Surviving the World - Lesson 2244 - Minimal Time -
Surviving the World - Lesson 2244 - Minimal Time
Transcribed: "When you have a lot of time to accomplish things, you don't really see how much time you have. When you have very little time to accomplish things, you're precisely aware of how little time you have. So, in theory, observing time causes time to become non-existent essentially making the present and the future collide. Essentially, working hard is one-directional time travel." - (Curtis) Alan Jackson from Bookmarklet
Thank you, Sir, for my new avatar!
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Dang, should have put the picture I provided next to it. :) - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
I liked a @YouTube video Chris Karns - Master of the Mix Episode 5 "Ode To Miami" Full Set
I liked a @YouTube video Chris Karns - Master of the Mix Episode 5 "Ode To Miami" Full Set
Ello Status:
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Ohhhhhkay. - Jenny H. from Android
well well well. - Big Joe Silence
They're back but I wonder who decided to DOS them? Could have been anyone, I guess. - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
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