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  1. steverino commented on Peanuts Begins 2 days ago

    Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have buckets thrown at them!

  2. steverino commented on Nick and Zuzu 3 days ago

    Good fences make good neighbors. But YOUR tree is dropping nuts on MY side (an annual joking discussion I have about my oak trees).

  3. steverino commented on Monty 3 days ago

    That’s China for you— junk.

  4. steverino commented on Monty 4 days ago

    I’ve used those when I worked in a server room— with all the computer fans and the A/C running it was like working with a dozen running vacuum cleaners. Now I’m in an office that’s dead quiet: I have an MP3 of kittens purring running in the background for white noise. Be careful what you wish for.

  5. steverino commented on Cul de Sac 5 days ago

    I grew up during the ecology movement: Woodsy Owl, litterbugs, and the like. I live in the northeast and it really is noticeably different. I remember driving north out of Las Vegas NV a few years ago, and litter was everywhere along the highway, gradually dwindling away as you got farther from the city and people finished their Big Macs and tossed out the bags. Different mind-set.

  6. steverino commented on The K Chronicles 8 days ago

    I read about my quiet little home-town police force, that beat the hell out of a mentally disturbed person who wasn’t posing a threat— they were called only to help get him to a hospital. Hits close to home, and when I’m visiting and see the cops it makes you wonder.

  7. steverino commented on Monty 8 days ago

    The alien with the hair is obviously a green representation of Smurfette.

  8. steverino commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 9 days ago

    Nature is in a constantly changing and potentially deadly tug-o-war

    For example, what a pair of beavers can do to a local ecosystem. Sure, a new equilibrium is established, but at the cost of trashing the old.

  9. steverino commented on Cul de Sac 9 days ago

    Ernesto is real, but Petey says he is imaginary the better to ignore him. Among the children he is notably eccentric, but adults don’t see it— who notices the strange worlds children live in (besides RT)?

  10. steverino commented on Monty 9 days ago

    …The middle star in the handle of the Big Dipper is Mizar. If you look for a couple seconds longer, you may see a little starry point right next to Mizar.

    This second star is called Alcor. If you had lived in the time of the early Romans and could see Alcor, you would have been eligible to be an archer in the Roman army…