Monthly Archives: October 2009
Botany of Desire in HD on KQED looks beautiful. Learned apples are originally from Kazakhstan. Tulips, marijuana, and potatoes also in show.
I wonder what E will think if I tell him Princess Amidala doesn’t believe he should eat any more meat. http://tinyurl.com/yhrw4a9
200+ PPM for local tap water. RO filter takes it down to the 20s according to my TDS meter. Sub 100 good for carnivorous plants.
For all you runners. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/27/health/27well.html
As long as you’ve completed the 26.2 mile distance, you’re a marathoner in my eyes. http://tinyurl.com/yghxsn3
Congrats Mitchell Peterson of the U at Collegiate MTB Nats for 2nd in the XC & Short Track & 1st in the Omnium! http://tinyurl.com/yj2ew3h
Authorize.net giving a lot of “couldn’t interpret response” when requesting credit card charges this morning.
First few pages of The Graveyard Book are scary for a parent to read, but Gaiman sets things up so well.
A noticed a cracked glass panel above the Stevens Creek Trail underpass under Middlefield Road.
E says “Tanks and tank destroyers together rock!” in COH.