Hello Kitty Hand

Hello Kitty Hand

Half of the blame for this goes to my cat. The other half goes to me for letting someone else get the bandaids for me.

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Finally started the Switch.

Finally started the Switch.

Switch Day. Bec wanted it documented, though I felt pretty silly having these photos taken. What better way to celebrate that than by sharing them with everyone?

A couple more pics are available here.

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Tags: apple


Lion Dance at Sheraton

I have not been able to do as many lion dances as the younger kids in class, but we've made it to a few. I'm excited to see the photos and movies that will come from this most recent one we took part of at the Sheraton in Seattle.

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Tags: belltown martial arts, kung fu, lion dance, seattle


vote with your wallet

vote with your wallet

This has been making the rounds today. I am too lazy to actually track down a proper source.

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Tags: humor, technology


Downtown

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Tags: seattle, urban nature


Lunch

Lunch

I had lunch at Bento World today. First time in quite awhile. Pretty decent, but a little too busy right at noon.

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Tags: food


Lion Dance pics from Tojo

Lion Dance pics from Tojo

Belltown Martial Arts helped celebrate the new year in the International District on Valentines day and by chance our friend Tojo was there taking photos. Hoping to see many more shots from him!

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Tags: kung fu


Wind Could Generate All The Nation’s Electricity

Wind Could Generate All The Nation’s Electricity

Almost two years ago, the Department of Energy laid out an ambitious goal for the nation: generate 20 percent of electric power from wind by 2030.

Turns out that is just a drop in the bucket. The United States has the potential to generate more than 30 times as much energy from the wind, according to a study released Thursday.

The study looks at the 48 continental states and find the country has enough wind blowing onto it shores and across its plains to generate 10.5 million MW of electricity. That is substantially more than the 1.5 MW of generation it is expected to need by 2030.

Why can't we make this happen?

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Tags: renewable energy


Commas

Commas

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The Crystal Method feat Matisyahu - Drown In The Now

via youtube.com
Drown In the Now (feat. Matisyahu) by The Crystal Method on @Grooveshark: http://tinysong.com/8Ksz #nowplaying

I have not purchased a CD In awhile, but anytime I hear new Crystal Method tracks I feel like I'd actually like to buy their music.

I first heard this track a few months ago and enjoy hearing it anytime Pandora serves it up.

I'd actually heard of Matisyahu (an American Hasidic Jewish reggae musician) but had not really paid much attention to him until I heard this track. Very cool stuff. The video is pretty impressive, too.

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Tags: music