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16 Oct, 2006

Human ingenuity is cool

Posted by: Dave In: DIY|Science|Technology

[youtube]lRRDzFROMx0[/youtube] Wally Wallington, of Flint Michigan, is a pretty clever man.  Using mere levers and counter-weights he has moved some staggering weights (including moving an entire pole-barn about 300 feet). My favorite quote from Wally “Gravity is my favorite tool.” I love seeing examples of people who have accomplished amazing things in such a simple, […]

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15 Oct, 2006

Swedish Hell

Posted by: Dave In: Books|DIY|Misc|Music

I just finished putting together a massive wall of book shelves and CD racks from Swedish Hell. It took me the better part of 5 hours to complete the whole thing. We are attempting to clean up our apartment and needed some major storage to do so. We were a few weeks away from looking […]

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11 Oct, 2006

Pumpkinstein

Posted by: Dave In: DIY|Weird

You can find out how to make this cool 3D pumpkin sculpture at Make Magazine.  Pretty cool, huh? -Dave

09 Oct, 2006

Back in H-Town

Posted by: Dave In: Travel|Vacation

Well folks, we’re back in Houston. The flight was fairly smooth and shortly after we landed we found our way to our favorite asian restaurant in Houston. One good meal (and several glasses of wine later) we are home safe and sound. We will be picking up Queenie tomorrow; so the Above the Aether grotto […]

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09 Oct, 2006

Goodbye Hollywood Theater

Posted by: davidherrold In: HPL|Mobile

It’s been a great trip to Portland this year. I’m even a bit sad it’s over. The movies were interesting. The people were wonderfully weird. The company was delightful. The festival was even more fun this year because we were experiencing it with friends. Hmmm…I wonder what movies will be playing next year? – Dave

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07 Oct, 2006

Some pre-movie artwork

Posted by: davidherrold In: Film|HPL|Mobile

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07 Oct, 2006

HP Lovecraft Film Festival 2006 – Day one

Posted by: Dave In: Film|HPL|Oregon

After the introduction to the festival from founder, Andrew Migliore and a brief chat with author, Ramsey Campbell, Robert Price gave the Lovecraftian blessing while wearing a yellow mitre adorned with strange symbols while he sported an ear-to-ear, fully-bearded grin. We all opted to catch both block one and block two of the short films.  […]

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06 Oct, 2006

It’s beginning to look a lot like fishmen

Posted by: Dave In: Film|HPL|Humor

[googlevideo]-4356383394184591977[/googlevideo] I know only a handful of people will get this, but I thought it was funny. – Dave

05 Oct, 2006

Octopus lights

Posted by: davidherrold In: Mobile

These were lighting our dinner. Cool and creepy, eh? – Dave

05 Oct, 2006

John and Robbin in Portland

Posted by: davidherrold In: Mobile

Went out to dinner at Greek Cusina and plan on hitting Powell’s bookstore when we’re done.


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  • Dave: Not sure, Bryan, but I'd love to know where Craig lives.
  • Bryan Hanks: What city were those in?
  • Kevin David Anderson: check out our other wreaths at: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150452725264516.391111.360128594515&type=3
  • epiphenita: Like Tom Waits without the music.
  • epiphenita: Reminds me of my good friend's artwork: http://victoriacarlson.blogspot.com/2009/06/untitled.html
  • Dave: I think someone should make some dance music from those "WHOAHs."
  • epiphenita: Oh, Dave. That was tonic to my soul. Perfect. I vote for an exorcism.
  • Dave: Hmm, looks sober to me.
  • Scott: I'm thinking that the guy with the hat might have had a drink or two before this picture was taken. Just a hunch...
  • Scott: There's a roleplaying scenario just waiting to be written based on these pictures. :-)

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