Raj KAJ (scottobear) wrote,
Raj KAJ
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9406 thursday

Tasty dinner of stir-fried veggies on more naan bread, vegetarian meatloaf (mostly garden eggplant) topped with sauce saved from our selby pickup! Super good, and uber-filling.

Dessert was a treat of choco-chip cookies!

BHK's birthday weekend starts tomorrow, though her birthday is on Monday - I took the day off for us to play! ... I think we'll have a grand time!



Pictures from Last weekend. Larry's Birthday, tigger talking, and us all walking on the boardwalk. As ever, clicken to embiggen.

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Me with my standard popeye sun-reduction look, Tigger gabbing some more, and a BHK odd-shot

S6302195. S6302194. S6302191. S6302188.
Tigger talking, moon over the bay
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Pirate ship playhouse at the bay, bhk, me, and Chesapeake beach
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Laryy & Chris, Moonrise, Larry and Tigger
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Adam!

This last one isn't by us, but by another local named "this and that" on flickr... you can see what a difference better resolution and composition can make!

Bay Moon


Magpies can recognize themselves in a mirror, confounding the notion that self-awareness is the exclusive preserve of humans and a few higher mammals. It had been thought only four species of apes, bottlenose dolphins, and Asian elephants shared the human ability to recognize their own bodies in a mirror. But German scientists reported on Tuesday that magpies, a species with a brain structure very different from mammals, could also identify themselves. It had been thought that the neocortex brain area found in mammals was crucial to self-recognition. Yet birds, which last shared a common ancestor with mammals 300 million years ago, don't have a neocortex, suggesting that higher cognitive skills can develop in other ways.



I had no idea that "the shocker" (description may be NSFW) had a name at all.. I always knew it as er..., um...  "dos en el color de rosa, uno en el hedor". (Pardon the terrible translation.) I'm more of a fan of the Moutza as a rude gesture.



1 year ago - saw a bird of prey, heavy work week, icehouse game java, Luke / tacos / in-laws, sleepy, chessboard serial killer

2 years ago
- enthused, quizzies, cydonia vid, grab old comics

3 years ago - jenjen, rocko, more hee-haw, work-dream, indoor remote control flier, a little sick, cool song parts, religion facts

4 years ago - bro fade, there lives again, walkabout, spell of hoggoth

5 years ago - personality profile for work, seasonal pages, hippos and rhinos, lifesavers changes flavors, Pam Confirmation, guest map, vamp game, chat

6 years ago - grove scandal, togas, tulip head, haiku

7 years ago - Harvard classics, imprecation, Child's Christmas in Wales, Love, great moment from Oz, Spoon

8 years ago - Put April on a bus for home, Gaming group with Josh Marquart and the Hunters, can you picture that Geotarget

Tags: adam, bhk, birth, chris, dinner, larry, north beach, pictures, tigger, walkabout
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