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The Dinos Are Coming!

After several years and a few minor setbacks, “There Were Dinosaurs Everywhere” is finally hitting the shelves. Author Howard Temeperley and I have been working on this for a considerable time, and feel that it now has the voice as … Continue reading

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Surprised Kitty

I know this thing has been all over YouTube, but I just couldn’t resist. It’s so darned cute. I have two cats that are my constant office companions (Baxter and Felix), so this one goes out to them.

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Pound puppies and pound kittehs

Consider this: Your local ASPCA or Humane Society likely has many puppies and kittens that could really benefit from your love and affection. And it’s never a one-way conversation. Pets of all kinds give unconditional love. All you have to … Continue reading

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Bud Wiser

’Nuff said. 🙂

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Gourd, By a Bull

Sorry, could not resist. The world loves a punster…

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The Pleading Child

Kids! Have you ever asked your parents for something again and again? Robert Schumann’s Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood) contains a piece entitled Pleading Child, where the melody repeats itself just like a pleading child. And you won’t know if the … Continue reading

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Turkey Hunt

Here’s a real simple Thanksgiving e-card that I did for amazon.com many years ago, when they were first starting out and simply wanting folks to linger longer at their website. Enjoy!

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Every pitcher tells a story…

March 29th is the birthday of Cy Young, the pitcher whose records have stood for many years. His name graces the award given to the previous season’s best hurler. Cy was born on March 29, 1867, and passed away on … Continue reading

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Ancient Chinese Seismometer

In ancient China, earthquake warnings arrived via metal dragons and frogs. The mouths of the dragons were hinged and held a brass ball. When the pendulum would swing slightly, the ball would release and noisily fall into the mouth of … Continue reading

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Creativity

I’ll be presenting a one-hour class on creativity for Butler Community College’s Free Class Day, April 2nd (I believe). I pulled off the video below in one shot. Can you guess how? The creative mind: How it works, when it … Continue reading

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