Too Hot to Fish, Too Hot to Golf, Too Cold at Meme

Let’s get those kids trained for a trip to El Caliente, our favorite restaurant!

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New name? Hostage Autonomous Zone. Or … HAZ. Catchy?

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I’ve got an idea. Stick with me for a minute. So, our little blog is a somewhat unknown spot on AlGore’s internet … but say we “occupy” a bigger website and just demand that its our’s?   I don’t mean Ace’s or similar. We need to take back the enemy.  Is Daily Kos still a thing? Continue reading

BBF

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

 

 

FYI:  the song of the day gets a little raunchy at the 0600 mark, if you make it that far Jimbro.

 

Your model for today was born on November 15th, 1993 in Florida, USA.  She stands 5′ 5” and measures 38E2436 and 121 lbs.  Please make some room for Miss Dillion Carter.

 

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MMM 405: Uruk

You probably haven’t heard the name “Uruk”, but you might have heard the name “Gilgamesh”.  Uruk was the city where Gilgamesh was once king over the Sumerian Mesopotamians.  It looks, well, a little run-down now, but this is a ziggurat surrounded by 450 acres of the city from which we believe writing itself may have first come.  The ziggurat was built somewhere around 4500-4100 BC, and the city is believed to have been continuously occupied from 5000 BC to the time of Christ.

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Say You, Say Meme

 

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See Meme, Hear Meme

 

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It’s a Meme, Mario

 

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Thursday Emergency Poat

Remember, saying that God created the universe is a sign that you are stupid, but believing that the universe is a giant hologram is SCIENCE!

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MMM 390: Dwarka

Dwarka?  No, not the modern, coastal city.  This Dwarka.

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There are, in fact two sunken Dwarkas.  One just off the coast, and one even farther out.

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The ruins have been dated as far back as 10k or even 12k BC, which puts them safely above water until two ancient periods of sea rise as the last major glaciation ended (whether that end was gradual or sudden is hotly debated, with the establishment holding that the ice melted gently over a long time, and a growing number who believe that it came suddenly, and may have coincided with a cosmic impact of some sort).

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This isn’t the clearest water, and marine ecology has a way of wearing down most everything people build, so it’s amazing we can see this stuff as well as we can given the time in that environment.dwarka1.jpg

Some columns miraculously still stand.

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This is a nice montage set I couldn’t find apart.

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Some beautiful steps.

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And that’s it for this week.  Happy Advent!