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Archive | December, 2012

stamp confusion

stamp confusion

I love patriotism on stamps. I’d like to see a stronger return to patriotic elements on our stamps. The whole cultural recognition on stamps (Simpsons stamps, movie actor stamps, etc.) has become pretty silly and worn out. You can’t wear out the idea of showing a U.S. President or a flag on a stamp. But […]

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converting film SLR camera to digital

converting film SLR camera to digital

Boys and girls, men and women, all those who fancy the boxes that capture light into visible forms of recognition, Nikon filed for a patent that converts film cameras into digital cameras. Swap out the back door case on the camera and whamm-o… digital photography. Analog becomes digital. This is just a patent. The odds […]

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finding answers to Connecticut murders

The only place we’ll find an answer to the Connecticut tragedy is Jesus on the cross. That is the means God chose for demonstrating His love by the sacrifice of the Son for the world’s sin. For the number one characteristic of God is love. It’s impossible to find His love when we search this […]

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why I don’t watch late night talk shows

I’ll give you the #1 reason I don’t watch late night talk shows. It reminds me that it’s late at night and that I should go to bed. When it’s late at night, I do NOT want to be reminded of how late it is. Time is to be ignored in the late evening hours. […]

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logo that has aged well

logo that has aged well

Y’know a logo that has oddly aged well? Little Caesars Pizza. At least this version that popped up in an ad on pandora.com. Though I looked up Little Ceasars logos on google and none are nearly as nice as this black type on orange version. The font is notoriously early 80’s blobby serif, but here […]

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