State fair, state fair

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I posted the video and live blog of my trip to the fair on Wednesday over at the AuctioneerTech site for anyone who is interested, so if you haven’t seen it yet head on over and check it out. Here’s a nice, juicy morsel from our friends over at www.dreamnotoftoday.com that needs to be spread […]

The front fell off

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I had a request to post this. It’s two Australian comedians performing a skit. Reminds me of Monty Python… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcU4t6zRAKg[/youtube]

Chrome Palin

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Rush Limbaugh is a big, fat, ignorant bastard. I listen to him when I leave work during the day in my car and forget to grab my Zune. It’s better than more entertaining than music, and in the doldrums of the day between Morning Edition and All Things Considered, it’s about the only thing without […]

New shows section

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We had a great show at Bobby T’s on Friday. Thanks so much to everyone who tuned in to the broadcast. Thanks to Ty and Rob, our friends from San Francisco, who called in with credit cards to buy us rounds of drinks from several states away. Thus ends the three-day weekend of relaxation. Today […]

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Twitter stalking

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So, in an effort to try to make Twitter yet even more useful, I added everyone in Manhattan to my “following” list. I found this link on one of their tweets. It’s a Photoshop thread and is quite good.

NAA forum Q&A

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I was playing around on the NAA forum, a great member benefit for auctioneers, and I realized that what I was writing was applicable to just about anyone, not just auctioneers. Here you are, for whatever it may be worth to you. I’ve been using Linux on the desktop for the last two years. It’s […]

Happy Darwin Year

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Happy Darwin Year…150 years ago (on 1 July) the theory of Natural Selection, which has held through to this day with all its modifications and improvements as any good theory does, was first presented. http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2008/07/fire_the_starting_gun_the_darw.php Newsweek ran an article comparing Lincoln to Darwin recently, claiming that because both men were born on the same day, […]

Manhattan tornado

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I’m in Sharon playing mechanic. I can’t get enough of the Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe podcast. I’d love to see the Skeptologists TV series come to fruition. Did you think Ben Stein was smart like I did? Do you dislike the gag reflex? You can find some solace here. ¬†http://www.expelledexposed.com/ I wish I could […]