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Brewery guidelines before City Council

Contradictory Starbucks information aside, perhaps the most commonly-repeated rumor about Sanford in recent months involves the impending arrival of a microbrewery, probably somewhere downtown.

That shouldn’t come as a surprise, given the recent… 230 kata lagi

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Today’s article:

Here’s the thing about birthdays: They happen each year. That’s a birthday’s job: You turn a year older, whether you blow out the candles on the cake or not.

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The Schleich Apatosaurus measures 5 1/4 inches tall and 12 inches long.  This is by far one of the most beautiful sauropod dinosaur figures that I have ever seen, it has a graceful pose, exquisite detail and a unique though not unrealistic color scheme.  141 kata lagi


He Can Thunder My Lizard Any Day

I’m glad that palaeontologists decided to go with Brontosaurus in 2015. Apatosaurus just isn’t long term relationship material.

P.S. When this hit the focus groups (i.e., when I came up with the idea at 2am and woke up my partner by giggling uncontrollably and generally making a lot of noise and fuss for 2am so that he would ask what I was doing) it became apparent that not everyone just casually knows that “Brontosaurus” means “Thunder Lizard”. 11 kata lagi


Wifey Wednesday: An exhausted wife tries out the Cameo...

I’m not going to lie.

I intentionally chose something less complicated than a skirt because… 1) It’s Wednesday and 2) It’s February. I’m not sure if other teachers share this feeling, but February has always been a bit of a doozy for me. 228 kata lagi


A Quick Update

I wanted to share this beautiful sketch, drawn on commission by Bob Eggleton and done as a Christmas present. It depicts a boat of explorers finding Pteranodons and a Brontosaurus. 87 kata lagi


What Science Knew but Didn't Tell You

NOT a Creationist point of view. So-called “real science” has known for decades or longer the “facts” about falsehoods we were indoctrinated with as children. The title of this video is quite accurate — the brontosaurus and triceratops were indeed my favorite childhood dinosaurs, but in fact it has been known since before I was born that THEY NEVER EXISTED! 36 kata lagi