Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 30

Love and Evolution

People die. When they die unexpectedly, those who were close to them are left shocked, dismayed, upset, and missing a piece of their heart. That is where my family finds themselves as we mourn the loss of someone who was close to all of us recently. My wife’s uncle passed away from a massive heart …

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Nov 26

Ferguson, where are we?

I have tried and failed over the past week to put together my thoughts on what has unfolded in Ferguson. Originally, I thought I would write about the first amendment and how it has been used as a shield to create the terrorist organization we know as the KKK. I’d write about how in the …

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Nov 18

Adrian Peterson thinks his punishment was too harsh.

WARNING: This post will be laced with profanity. This post may contain grammatical errors.  So, Adrian Peterson, Running Back for Minnesota Vikings was suspended today for the rest of the season. For those of you who don’t sport, He is one of the most dynamic players in the NFL. He’s “sort of a big deal”. …

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Nov 16

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness *

Some people think this is what the document looks like

We Americans are in love with the documents that spell out the foundation of our country.  You know what documents I’m talking about. The Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Those documents are as important to us as really any other document out there. Some people would tell you that the only …

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Nov 15

Darkfield Illumination

Darkfield Illumination still life

This photo is quite possible one of my most favorite things I have ever created. While in college, I took a photography class, and was fascinated by the technique. When we went to open lab, I spent the entire time working on darkfield illumination techniques, trying to find one that really hit me the way …

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