Rocket Dog

15 Dec 18
Amanda's Reflections

Well good news is this I am allowed to be completely 150% real but am going to continue to do it here. I work with a nonprofit group out of Virginia it’s a program funded through George Mason University I earned a full tuition based on how successful my story was in sharing hope. I […]

15 Dec 18
My master blog 9436

Ever considering the fact that our labradoodle, Rocket, arrived to the scene earlier this calendar year, our household furniture has taken a beating. Couch corners are gnawed, throw pillows happen to be ruined and sisal baskets are becoming chew toys. Which all took place though a person was at your house to supervise him. Thinking […]

15 Dec 18
Ghosts of the Stratosphere

First, a disclaimer: I am shit at video games (also, while we are disclaiming, this review will have some incredibly minor spoilery stuff). I enjoy them well enough, I guess, but modern games usually frustrate me to no end because there is just TOO MUCH to do, and my dexterity for the general forms of combat […]

15 Dec 18
Alaturka

– Terrorist group occupying northern Syria intensifies attacks on Turkish territories

15 Dec 18
Alaturka Online

– Terrorist group occupying northern Syria intensifies attacks on Turkish territories

15 Dec 18
Big Band Temple 1927

Voila! Finally, the The Karate Kid script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the Ralph Maccio, Elisabeth Shue, and Pat Morita movie. This script is a transcript that was painstakingly transcribed using the screenplay and/or viewings of The Karate Kid. I know, I know, I still need to get the cast names […]

15 Dec 18
rosiestravelsblog

Eyes as cold as ice, fur as white as snow – a big tongue rolling up our faces breaks the tension with our newly met mushing team. The dogs move swiftly ahead as we rocket down the thin tracks through the woods, racing by snow covered trees and across iced over lakes feeling the wind […]

15 Dec 18
Embodied Narrative

Like everything cool, he said with tongue firmly in cheek, 3D printing got started in the 1980s. 1981, to be specific. And like so much of what was cool, it got started in Japan. That’s when Hideo Kodama of the Nagoya Municipal Research Institute published Automatic method for fabricating a three-dimensional plastic model with photo-hardening […]

14 Dec 18
Dashboard On Fire

No episode tonight. Cast and Crew are still filming; getting some more work done before the well-deserved Christmas Hiatus. The show will be back on January 4. (Spoiler Alert: You will get spoilered about characters and storylines in Season 3 by reading this post and its comments or by clicking on the links provided!)   […]

14 Dec 18
Waldina

The list of authors of frequently and recently banned books reads is very similar to the New York Times Best Seller list: Alexi Sherman, Dr. Seuss, John Green, Hermann Hesse, Aldous Huxley, Toni Morrison, John Steinbeck, Anne Frank, Alice Walker, Stephen Chbosky, William Shakespeare, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Kurt Vonnegut, Augusten Burroughs, and J. D. […]

14 Dec 18
Double Issue

Barney fumbled with his keys in the dark. He figured that he had forgotten to turn on the porch light. Although, it usually came on with a light sensor. It ran on a nuclear isotope with a half-million-year long half-life. Now he was trying to remember which of his novelty keychains was the one with […]

14 Dec 18
Web Topics & More

The death nail of SERPs is in the hands of corporations. The average web lemming uses a browser that’s set to ten results. Few realize the number of results can be changed to include as many as 100 items. The next problem people contribute to the death nail of SERPs is that they don’t know […]

14 Dec 18
Bloody Disgusting!

Hard to believe that it’s been 25 years since id Software took the world of video games by storm with DOOM. Of course, after DOOM took over every network in every school and office, everyone and their grandma tried to capitalize on the first-person shooter genre. Dozens of DOOM clones (as they were known by back […]