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March 16, 2016

Some people think I’m crazy

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June 8, 2015

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June 4, 2015

Bruce Jenner 20 yrs ago foretold

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May 8, 2014

cap A

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July 4, 2013

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June 22, 2013


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January 14, 2013

Guest teacher

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From time to time I guest teach in elementary schools

I get mistaken for The murderer in The Lovely Bones played by Stanley Tucci. What an honor! So I shaved my moustache. What are 2nd graders watching movies like that?

December 28, 2012

Can I have my ball back, sir

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The broken windows theory is a criminological theory of the norm-setting and signaling effect of urban disorder and vandalism on additional crime and anti-social behavior. The theory states that maintaining and monitoring urban environments in a well-ordered condition may stop further vandalism and escalation into more serious crime.

The theory was introduced in a 1982 article by social scientists James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling. Since then it has been subject to great debate both within the social sciences and in the public sphere. The theory has been used as a motivation for several reforms in criminal policy.

December 26, 2012

Hot foot

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The hot foot is a prank where the prankster sets the victim’s shoe laces on fire with a match or lighter.[1] There are several other versions of the hot foot prank, but all involve using a source of flame near a victim’s foot. Other versions of the prank involve using a cigarette on the victim’s heel, placing a lit match between two bare toes on the victim, or sticking a book of matches to the victim’s shoe with gum and lighting the matches. The hot foot prank is mentioned in several baseball stories as a prank that players play on one another.[1][2][3] Bert Blyleven earned the nickname “Frying Dutchman” because of his love of this prank.[4]

The “hot foot” was brought back by Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander when he played the prank on fellow Tiger Don Kelly in the 2011 season against the Minnesota Twins. This was mentioned in a recently aired episode of Conan.[5]

I was just picking on an old friend highlighting his industrious spirit along with his trusting nature

July 3, 2012

The Founder dropping tools

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