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Apr 12 2013 10:46:14 am EST
Wow, it has been a while since I have updated this site. Being a web developer, I have spent all my time building other sites!
Since this website has been programmed entirely by me, it\‘s not a matter of simply updating a service like Wordpress.
Over the course of the coming weeks, I will be updating this site to reflect my web development pursuits. In the meantime, keep a physical copy of any content you reference, because I will probably be trimming a lot of the database records.
Nov 4 2011 8:17:07 pm EST
While some figuratively drown in beer, others have literally drowned in beer. The London Beer Flood occurred on October 17, 1814, when a series of beer vats ruptured in the parish of St. Giles, London, England.
A tidal wave of beer flooded the streets surrounding the Meux and Company Brewery, destroying two homes and drowning eight people.
While practicing the Japanese writing system, I ate up a lot of scrap paper. I decided to look for alternatives.
I created a sand box to write characters in, however, I found that the sand doesn’t hold the shape of the characters well. It’s also a mess to clean.
It then struck me to use a dry erase board. I purchased a small 12 × 12 tile board for just over $10 that comes with a marker and eraser. The dry erase board works wonderfully—I don’t feel like I’m wasting paper.
While I’ve been unable to find my particular dry erase board online, I found a favorably reviewed kit on Amazon that should work well for the purpose.
Fill your iPhone lock screen with useful Japanese phrases to accelerate your learning. The following article outlines how to make an iPhone Background, sync it to your iPhone, and set it as your lock screen background. Also included is a zip file with templates and ready made backgrounds to get you started.
For a 55 gallon African cichlid aquarium, I stock 7-10 five inch length cichlids, provided the aquarium has adequate filtration, dissolved oxygen, and hiding spaces for each cichlid.
Read the following article for more details.
Rice is a staple grain for backpackers, and forms the base of many dishes. However, traditional preparation of rice can be time consuming and fuel intensive. Also, backpacking stoves such as the Jetboil PCS, Sol, and Flash cast an unevenly distributed heat, causing the rice to burn to the bottom of the stove.
There are rice products on the market that reduce prep time and fuel consumption to desirable levels. In the following article, In the following article, I explore the use of instant rice and rice in a bag.
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