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March 21st, 2005

7250 - many fragments. all in a row.

Good Day Sunday. Random standing in line fraternization at Einstein's with a Brazilian girl who was convinced that eyes are the gateway to the soul. She told me that she could tell that I was a kind and gentle person by looking there. Well, If I have to take a big-guy cliche, I'd certainly prefer to fall in to the gentle giant (rather than the rampaging man-child, hulking dolt or savage bully). We chatted for a bit, and got along famously. She has a 7-year old son and is going to be getting two kitties after they move next weekend. I advised her to make 'em indoor kitties, because of the city. Serena is a short (5'2ish?), slightly built gal with angular but very attractive features. Very thick, long brown hair (Just about to the tailbone) with a slight wave to it, makes mine look short in comparison. Big Brown Eyes. Lunchtime conversation was quite nice, and I gave her my number. She mentioned that once she gets a land-line that she might need help getting on the internet (especially in getting mp3s and burning music) with her laptop and I offered to be of service. She doesn't smoke, only drinks in moderation, and knew that it was the first day of Spring. No visible tattoos, wore a crucifix on a thin gold chain and small gold stud earrings, Didn't know it was Palm Sunday and had never heard of Passion Sunday, doesn't eat bacon (or any kind of pork... she had a chicken and some sort of veggies on a sesame seed bagel, with orange juice). Her major at university was communications, and now works in public relations.

wow, that was weirdly written. mental fragments ripped from my head a little at a time. The majority of those factoids were drawn out with basic conversation.

Not a huge fan of Conan, but the Walker:Texas Ranger clips kill me. BEAR TRAP! PUNCH!

Random Scotto Factoid: It's my belief that homeopathy is another word for placebo. Which is to say that it can work for people sometimes... the power of suggestion is a strong one. But I think the theory of super-dilution is a bit off. To the best of my knowledge, no homeopathic remedy has ever been shown to work in a large randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial.

Moment of Lyric:

On an island in the sun
We'll be playing and having fun
And it makes me feel so fine
I can't control my brain

3-inch Sea Monkeys!

Groovy Ref-desk page.

collection of photos... of "Cameras Prohibited" signs.

Walkabout pics from SaturdayCollapse )

Random Medical Term Generator.

I got - rhemish

Of or pertaining to Rheimis, or Reima, in France. Rhemish Testament, the English version of the new Testament used by Roman Catholics. See Douay Bible.

Hmm.. not too medical. Let's try again.

Parallel Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy

(technique) Electron energy loss spectroscopy analyzes the inelastically scattered electrons present in the beam after it has been transmitted through the sample. An electron energy loss spectrum typically consists of a monatomic decreasing background on which are superimposed a number of peaks. Each peak is characteristic of the scattering process that has occurred in the sample. The peaks can be used to obtain information about the chemical composition and electronic structure of the sample. Electron energy loss spectra are acquired typically in a magnetic sector spectrometer located under the camera chamber of the transmission electron microscope. Spatial resolution is typically limited by the minimum probe diameter of the microscope. Electron energy loss spectroscopy tends to be complimentary to EDS in that it can be used to analyze very thin samples of low Z materials.

Acronym: PEELS

That's better.

1 year ago - local search sillies, copyright disclaimer, zombie minis, missed bro

2 years ago - palm pic, whiskerliscious-fuzzy-paw newt-pic, cat eaters, the coffee song, interviewed @ starmark

3 years ago - radiology, reading lensmen books, riker in trouble for DVDing, corpse Tupperware, Elisabeth, and a bunch of dead links.

4 years ago - IMT politics, and so on.

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