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- linda 5-03-2011 12:39 pm [link] [add a comment]

It's Bird Week at the NY TImes.
- alex 5-03-2011 7:22 am [link] [1 ref] [3 comments]

MAY POLE

May Day 2011

- alex 5-01-2011 6:56 pm [link] [1 comment]

Children's book. Don't miss the editorial reviews.
- jim 4-28-2011 7:44 am [link] [1 comment]

True??

IMPORTANT ATTENTION! FRIDAY - APRIL 29, 2011, Facebook will become owner of the publishing rights to ALL your private photos. You need to make a simple change: got to 'Account', 'Account Settings', 'Facebook Ads' (along the top), go to 'Ads shown by third parties', choose 'NO ONE' then SAVE. It's just a 2 minutes job, and please Share, share, share, share (for those who haven't done this yet...)

- Skinny 4-27-2011 10:36 am [link] [add a comment]

they say "the worlds first chain of green general stores" two so far in PDX
- Skinny 4-26-2011 6:04 pm [link] [add a comment]

its too cold hot outside.
- dave 4-26-2011 2:24 pm [link] [5 comments]

onion skin egg dying


- bill 4-25-2011 8:06 am [link] [add a comment]

Restrained animated gifs.

- jim 4-25-2011 7:30 am [link] [6 comments]

Maybe in our Sparta there lives a happy little tree over there.
- mark 4-21-2011 6:50 pm [link] [add a comment]

wolfsburg had fans vote for their uniform next season. guess which was the winner?
- dave 4-20-2011 1:20 pm [link] [4 comments]

heard about this three times lately so id say it qualifies for a groundswell of interest.
- dave 4-20-2011 1:16 pm [link] [2 comments]

ty mitchell story


- bill 4-18-2011 6:22 pm [link] [add a comment]

uglow memorial today
uglow
- Skinny 4-16-2011 8:48 am [link] [1 comment]


- steve 4-15-2011 12:05 am [link] [12 comments]

That's Beautiful Frank.
- linda 4-12-2011 12:47 pm [link] [add a comment]

My seed golf ball idea almost realized. "I'm working on the garden honey! Thwack..."
- jim 4-10-2011 1:58 pm [link] [1 comment]

He is so accomplished at echolocation that hes able to pedal his mountain bike through streets heavy with traffic and on precipitous dirt trails. He climbs trees. He camps out, by himself, deep in the wilderness. Hes lived for weeks at a time in a tiny cabin a two-mile hike from the nearest road. He travels around the globe. Hes a skilled cook, an avid swimmer, a fluid dance partner. Essentially, though in a way that is unfamiliar to nearly any other human being, Kish can see.
- linda 4-08-2011 11:43 pm [link] [2 comments]

For the sports page we don't have:


- jim 4-08-2011 2:32 pm [link] [add a comment]

The Raptor Resource Project brings you the Decorah Eagles from atop their tree at the fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa.

The live video feed is streamed online 24/7.
- linda 4-06-2011 4:17 pm [link] [3 comments]

Portland Super Moon (to everyone but alex whom doesnt beleive in them....stop being so negative, it rocked!!)
supermoon
- Skinny 4-05-2011 12:36 pm [link] [4 comments]

PHIL LESH TO OPEN NEW VENUE IN MARIN COUNTY

Phil Lesh
In a posting on the official Furthur Message Board, Phil Lesh outlined plans to open up a new venue in Marin County, California called Terrapin Landing. The building will host album nights, singalongs, West Coast rambles (based on Levon Helm's Midnight Rambles), and more. Check out the complete post below:

"We're taking the first steps to make a long time dream- a permanent musical home- come true. We are purchasing a building in Marin, and plan on remodeling it to feel like an old barn; we're calling it Terrapin Landing. We will continue with Furthur while making music at Terrapin Landing when we are at home.

The music will be varied, featuring:

Phil Lesh & Friends (continuing the tradition of revolving lineups, including old as well as new friends)
West Coast Rambles, based on (and blessed by) Levon Helm's historic Rambles

Album night- we pick a favorite album or two to play live

Telstar night- we put together a band for free form improvisation

Sing-alongs to monthly Sunday morning gospel music

Trivia nights

Monthly big band night

Seminars with local musicians and artists

Our goal is to create a vibrant community gathering place: beautiful, comfortable, welcoming - for members of the community to commingle and enjoy good music..... Phil"
- Skinny 4-02-2011 2:00 pm [link] [add a comment]

before i die
- dave 4-01-2011 11:27 am [link] [1 comment]

72 (#1) KANSAS
53 (#16) BU

saw the BU team picking up the bags at the airport saturday, no sad faces
- Skinny 3-21-2011 1:26 am [link] [add a comment]

Krating Daeng

Dietrich Mateschitz was born in 1946, a native of the Styria (Steiermark) region of Austria. As a student in Vienna, he studied world trade and commerce. After graduating, he worked for Unilever, then Blendax, a German manufacturer of toothpaste. This position involved much global travel.

In 1982, Mateschitz visited Thailand and brought home with him a number of energy drinks he sampled there. According to The Economist, Mateschitz was sold on a product called Krating Daeng after it took away his jet lag. He later claimed to consume up to eight of the drinks a day.

Krating Daeng, which is Thai for "Red Bull," was a drink popular among cab drivers and other blue collar workers. It had been produced since the early 1970s by the T.C. Pharmaceutical Co., founded in Thailand in 1962 by Chaleo Yoovidhya, a Blendax licensee. (T.C. Pharmaceutical eventually formed the subsidiary Red Bull Beverage Co. Ltd.)

Mateschitz founded Red Bull GmbH in Austria in 1984 as a 49 percent partner with Chaleo Yoovidhya and his son. The company began marketing its namesake drink in Austria in 1987; a million cans were sold in the year.

The original formula was altered for Western palates. Some ingredients were dropped and carbonation was added. Components of the legendary elixir included B vitamins, glucuronolactone, sodium, and caffeine. One ingredient, the amino acid taurine, was derived synthetically, not from bull testicles, as rumor had it. Red Bull's selling proposition was that it increased stamina and mental concentration, making it a natural for one of the original target users, long-distance drivers. The taste of the thick yellow beverage, said to be akin to liquid gummi bears, lent added distinction to the brand.
- Skinny 3-17-2011 2:23 pm [link] [17 comments]